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THE VALUE of a CONCORDANCE to any large work 
is well known and admitted, yet it can only be duly 
appreciated by those who are really interested in the Work of 
which it treats. And the Sixty-six Writings of the OLD and 
NEW TESTAMENTS stand in a very peculiar position, as I 
have remarked elsewhere : — 

" Apart altogether from the claims of the Bible to be regarded 
as an authentic Record of the revelation with which the 
Divine Being, from time to time, was pleased to favour the 
children of men, it is by far the most unique volume ever 
presented to the human race, whether we consider the number 
of its penmen, their diversified characters, positions and times, 
or the singular variety and intrinsic greatness of the topics 
treated of ; the astonishing amount and degree of harmony 
throughout it in reference to all essential points of doctrine 
regarding moral truth ; or the wonderful and unparalleled 
style and manner in which the whole is handled, These have 
often called forth the spontaneous and exuberant plaudits of 
accomplished literary and artistic critics, who, it is to be feared, 
were content to admire the purity of the diction, the sublimity 
of the style, the grandeur of the thoughts, and the excellency 
of the morality, without allowing themselves to be practically 
influenced by its divine life-giving power. 

" We are accustomed, and that most justly, to consider 
the Bible as one Book ; but we ought to remember that it 
is also a collection of books (pamphlets or tracts, we might 
call them), not less than sixty-six in number, written origin- 
ally in at least three separate languages — Hebrew, Chaldee, 
and Greek (the most famous and extensively spoken of 
all antiquity), and composed during a period of 1600 years, 
between the time of Moses and that of the Apostle John. 
Written, too, by legislators, patriarchs, prophets, priests, kings, 
statesmen, physicians, shepherds, taxgatherers, tentmakers, 

- fishermen ; in short, by men of every class of the com- 
munity, in every stage of human progress and experience, 
both in poetry and in prose, on the most exalted and interest- 
ing subjects, such as the earliest origin and history of the 
human race, the providential government of God, the gradual 
development and exhibition of human progress and declension, 
aud of God's ways and dealings with men, and the consum- 
mation of Divine wisdom, purity, love, and life, in the person 
of Jesus of Nazareth. It embraces, in short, the history and 
fate of nations and individuals ; an extensive and luminous 
code of laws, civil, sacred, and ceremonial ; an unrivalled col- 

I lection of psalms, and hymns, and spiritual songs; of pro- 
phecies, biographies, and epistolary correspondence ; of philoso- 
phical disquisitions, nuptial songs, and mournful elegies ; yet 
q all agreeing, in the most wonderful manner, to present 

. essentially the same sublime views : — of God, as to his nature, 
character, works and words ; — of Man, as to his origin, fall, 
depravity, hopes, and final destiny ; his duties, responsibilities, 

: and privileges as a creature ; in all his relations of life as a 

1 superior, an inferior, or an equal In a word, it gives all that we 
are to believe concerning God, and all the duty God requires of 

§ man ; yet, at the same time, in the most simple, artless, pleas- 
ing, truthful, and practical way possible. Consider all this, I 
>say, — and remember, that it is but the barest outline of this 
most wonderful Volume, — and will you not join in saying that 

I the Bible is its own best witness that the Intelligent Mind 
which planned its formation, and employed its penmen, was as 
truly Divine as that which set the sun in the heavens, keeps 



the planed in their spheres, and gives us this rational soul, 
those moral and mental powers, and this human form, ' so 
fearfully and wonderfully made V " 

Without attempting to define minutely the doctrine of 
Verbal Inspiration, the present writer holds very decidedly 
that of a full or plenary one, which gives us real veracious 
facts and truths in the best and most appropriate language and 
style, adopted originally by the Writers through their own 
idiosyncracies, yet so overruled as not unfrequently to convey 
thoughts which they themselves did at first but faintly 
apprehend, and which they were afterwards compelled labori- 
ously to study. (See the apostolic testimony on this point in 
1st Peter i. 10-12.) With this understanding the Sacred 
Scriptures are to be studied and investigated like every other 
human composition ; for, as remarked elsewhere, " the Bible 
was written by Men, for Men, and in the ordinary language of 
Men." 

For such a VOLUME, it is not wonderful that numerous 
" Concordances " have been prepared, suitable either to the 
Original Texts, or to the various Translations. Cardinal 
HUGO is the first of whose work we have any account. He 
is said to have employed five hundred monks on his Concord- 
ance to the Vulgate, till its completion. (He died a.d. 1262.) 
At present the best Concordance to the HEBEEW Text of 
the Old Testament is that of Julius Eurst, [or the Hebraist's 
Vade-mecum, a Complete Verbal Index] ; to the GEEEK 
Text of the Septuagint that of Abraham Trommius ; to the 
GREEK Text of the New Testament that of C. H. Bruder ; 
to the LATIN Vulgate that of Cardinal Hugo, as edited by 
Lucas Brugensis ; and to the ENGLISH Version that of 
Alexander Cruden, who issued his third and last edition in 
1763. This has been reprinted (generally abridged) in very 
many forms by Brown, Bulterworth, Eadie, Hawker, Smith, 
Ynungman, and others, with varied degrees of accuracy or 
otherwise. 

After CRUDEN'S work, which is truly wonderful for his 
day, there appeared nothing in the English language worth 
mentioning in the shape of a Concordance till George V. 
Wigram issued the " Englishman's Hebrew and Clialdee Con- 
cordance," and the "Englishman's Greek Concordance to the 
New Testament" Shortly after this appeared the " Bible 
Student's Guide," or an English, Hebrew, and Chaldee 
Lexicon and Concordance, by the Rev. William Wilson, 
D.D., and then the " Criticcd Greek and English Concordance 
to the New Testament," prepared by C. H. Hudson, H. L. 
Hastings, and Ezra Abbot, LL.D. 

These works, however, can only be used with any satisfac- 
tion or safety by a Hebrew or Greek scholar ; but to such 
they are of very considerable value, and without their aid, to 
no small extent, the present Work could never have obtained 
the thoroughness and completeness it presents. 

Notwithstanding the admitted excellences of these works, 
as first attempts they are necessarily imperfect, and hence the 
present writer hopes ere long to issue a "Hebrew and Greek 
Concordance " on a new plan, which will also at the same 
time serve as an Index (or Reversed Part) to the present 
Work. [Lexicons and Appendixes are now ready.] 

The only other work that remains to be mentioned is, an 
" Interpreting Concordance to the New Testament," showing 
the Greek original of every word, with a Glossary explaining 
all the Greek words of the New Testament, and giving them 



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their varied renderings in the Authorised Version, by the 
Rev. James Gall. This work gives the Greek words only 
in Roman Letters, without any meaning attached, which the 
student has. to ascertain by turning to the " Glossary," at the 
end of the work. Mr Bullinger's work on the New Testa- 
ment (now completed) is also to be specially noted for its 
remarkably minute sub-divisions, carried, it may be, to an 
unnecessary extreme in this respect. 

The present Work is the result of very many years' labour, 
and is designed to lead the simplest reader to a more correct 
understanding of the common English Bible, by a reference to 
the original words in Hebrew and Greek, with their varied 
shades of meaning, as explained by the most recent critics — 
Furst, Eobinson, .fee. Every word in the English Bible is cast 
into proper alphabetical order, these are then arranged under 
their respective original words, all in their own proper alpha- 
betical order. To each of these the literal meaning is prefixed, 
and the pronunciation appended, with certain figures which 
indicate the number of the Hebrew conjugation ; which latter 
sign is of great value, since each conjugation has more or less a 
definite signification of its own. Thus Nos. 1, 3, 5 are active, 
Nos. 2, 4, 6 passive, and No. 7 reflexive. So that if qatal in 
the first conjugation is "he killed," the second is "he was 
killed," the third " he killed violently," the fourth " he was 
killed violently," the fifth " he caused to kill," the sixth " he 
was caused to kill," and the seventh " he killed himself " 
Though many exceptions are found, the general formula holds 
good very distinctly. 

NOUNS, ADJECTIVES, VERBS, AND ADVERBS, are 
here given generally at full length, with the exception of the 
word or phrase " The Lord," which it has been deemed 
unnecessary to insert, as it is uniformly printed in the Common 
Version in small capitals — " the Lord " — and is thus easily 
distinguished. It occurs no less than 5000 times, and, if 
printed in full, would alone have occupied above fifteen pages 
of this Concordance. 

THE HEBREW PARTICLES (specially those inseparable) 
have few or no illustrations presented, but the Greek ones are 
more extended ; yet in such cases as dAAa, 8e, &c, they are 
much too numerous for a separate exhibition at length. 

THE ITALICS of the English Bible are enclosed within 
parenthesis (), while the VARIOUS READINGS of the 
GREEK NEW TESTAMENT are marked by brackets [], 
and amount to about 30,000 in all. Unfortunately, the entire 
lack of ancient Hebrew MSS. prevents the same course from 
being followed with the Old Testament quotations; but we 
are not without hopes that future excavations in the Temple 
Area in Jerusalem may yet provide us with MSS. of the age 
of Josiah, or of David, if not with the very Autographs once 
preserved with the Ark of the Tabernacle. 

THE PROPER NAMES of Persons and Places are, in all 
existing Concordances (almost without a single exception), 
either omitted, or put at the end under a separate alphabet ; 
they are here, for the first time, inserted in their proper alpha- 
betical order, with the literal meaning of each, as far as can be 
at present ascertained. Their proper syllables are also marked 
and accented according to the principles of Hebrew and Greek 
— the accent being placed only on the last or on the second 
last syllable of the word, never on the ante-penultimate. 

THE GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL, and BIO- 
GRAPICAL remarks have been generally limited (after the 
first ninety-six pages) to Biblical details ; and the modern 
names of ascertained Bible sites have been given in accordance 
with the researches of Robinson, Baedeker, the Palestine Ex- 
ploration Society, &c. The thorough veracity of the Scriptures 
is thus incidentally confirmed by existing facts that cannot bo 
denied or ignored, and are of priceless value. 

In consulting this Work, the student is to bear in mind 
that it is a Concordance of W ords, not of Phrases save in so 



far as any given Hebrew or Greek word may be translated in 
the English Bible not by a word merely, but by a phrase ; 
thus the word " great " will be found not only under the 
adjective, but also under the words " authority, deal, delight, 
desire, do, drops, drought, flame, forces, grasshqper, hailstones, 
how, lion, man, mercies, noise, owl, pain, power, price, shew, so, 
stature, swelling, teeth, toe, very, way, what, while to come, 
wonders," &c, in all which cases it is not a separate word in 
the original, but indicates simply what the Translators deemed 
to be necessary to express the full force of each of the words 
in question. 

SO WITH THE VERBS. These are arranged under 
separate headings, e.g., " to come, come in, come upon," &c. 
Yet, under the simple verb " to come," the student will find 
numerous cases where Come in, come upon, &c, occur. The 
explanation is, that in such cases the adverbs are. separate 
particles, and are no part of the signification of the verb itself. 
Passives are sometimes to be found under Actives, especially in 
the Greek. 

As Cruden's DEFINITIONS, though many of them in- 
teresting and good, often express too decidedly his own specific 
view of religious truth to be satisfactory, the present Work 
confines the definitions strictly to their literal or idiomatic force ; 
which, after all, will be found to form the best (and indeed 
the only safe and solid) basis for theological deductions of any 
kind. 

The present Work is thus an entirely independent one, and 
in no sense an edition of Cruden, either in its plan or its exe- 
cution. Its great object, as Tyndale says of his New Testa- 
ment, is to enable every " plough-boy " to know more of the 
Scriptures than the " ancients," by enabling him at a glance to 
find out THREE DISTINCT POINTS— First, What is the 
original Hebrew or Greek of any ordinary word in his English 
Bible : Second, What is the literal and primitive meaning of 
every such original word : and Third, What are thoroughly 
true and reliable parallel passages. 

In carrying out these three important Points, the following 
plan has been adopted : First, One Hundred and Eighteen 
Thousand references have been given, which are not found in 
Cruden. Second, Every passage in the New Testament which 
critical investigators, like Grksbach and Tischendorf, have 
noted as doubtful, or as having a Various Reading, has been 
marked by brackets. Third, The Proper Name of every Person 
and Place has been given, with the literal meaning. Fourth, 
The date or era of every Person, so as to distinguish him from 
every other of the same name. Fifth, The location of every 
place in its tribe, with the modern name (if identified), so as 
to form a complete Scripture Geography and Gazetteer. 

But the predominating feature of this work is the Analytical 
arrangement of each English word under its own proper original 
in Hebrew or Greek, with the literal meaning of the same. 
By this means the reader is enabled to distinguish things that 
differ, which are frequently confounded in the English Bible, 
and for the elucidation of which Cruden offers no real help at 
all, and which indeed have hitherto been the exclusive property 
of scholars. Eorour Translation often renders one Greek word 
by ten or twenty English ones; and, on the other hand, it some- 
times employs one English word to translate ten or twenty 
Greek ones. 

In sending forth this " Analytical Concordance " for the 
benefit of the Christian student of Holy Writ, the Author 
trusts that as it is only the practical outcome of all his previous 
Biblical Studies, many of his readers, lay as well as clerical, 
may give themselves more to the study of the Original Scrip- 
tures, which have " God for their Author, Truth without 
mixture . ""ror for their Matter, and Salvation for their 
End." 

ROBERT YOUNG. 

Edinbuegu, September 10, 1879. 



ANALYTICAL CONCOKDANCE. 



AARON 



AARON 



AA'-KOIi, [iiQX enlightened, illumined. 
He was the first high priest of Israel : of the family 
ox Kohath the second son of Levi the third son of 
Jacob; he had Miriam for an elder sister, and Moses 
for a younger brother; his father's name was Amram, 
and his mother's Jochebed ; he married Elisheba, 
daughter of Amminadab, and sister of Naashon ; and 
by her had four sons, Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and 
Ithamar, Exod. 6. 16-20. He was an excellent speaker, 
and was appointed to be the prophet or spokesman of 
Moses ; he was theu directed by God to meet Moses, 
and did so at the Mount of God, and received the 
good news ; lie went in with Moses to Pharaoh, did 
the signs foretold, and the plagues commanded, 
iv.-xi. 

He was murmur a I against along with Moses for 
the want of bread, and called on the people to come 
near before the Lord ; was commanded to lay up a 
p ot full of manna before the testimony; held up the 
hand3 of Moses during the battle with Amalek ; eat 
bread with Jethro, fat.ier-in-Iaw of Moses, xii.-xviii. ; 
was called to come up into Sinai to the LORD ; along 
with the elders I13 saw the God of Israel; tarried be- 
low with the people when Moses went up ; was set 
apart with his w.iole family to the priesthood; had 
sacred garments prepared for him ; was anointed and 
consecrated to his odi^e by Moses, appointed to light 
the lamps, and burn incense and make atonement, 
to wash his hands an. I feet, xxx. He is persuaded by 
the psople to mike a molten image, and is reproved 
for it by Moses, xxxi. ; he sees the shining of Moses" 
face, and Is afraid, xxxiv. ; holy garments are made 
for him, xxxix. ; he and his sons are sanctified, and 
wash their hands and feet, xl. 

The priestly duties of Aaron and his sons are pre- 
scribed in Lev. i.-ix. ; his two eldest sons being de- 
stroyed for offering strange fire, he is silent and sub- 
missive ; he receives various prohibitions and regula- 
tions, x. ; how lie was to enter the holy place, xvi. ; 
not to mourn for the dead, xxi. ; nor touch the holy 
things in uu:;leamiess, xxii. He was commanded to 
numbar the people with Moses and the twelve princes 
of Israel, Num. i. ; \\i receives the tribe of Levi for 
helps, iii. ; numbers the Xohathites, Gershonites, and 
Merarites, iv. ; receives the form for blessing the 
people, vi. ; lights the lamps, offers the Levites before 
the Lord, and mikes atonement for them, viii. He 
aud Miriam speik against Moses, and are reproved 
by God for it, xii. ; spoken against by Korah, Dathau, 
and Abiram, also by the whole congregation of 
Israel, he intercedes with God for them, xvi. ; his rod 
flourishes, and is preserved for a memorial, xvii. ; he 
receives a charge from God of various duties and 
privileges, xviii. ; the people again murmur against 
him and Moses; he dies on Mount Hor, in the land 
of Edom, and is buried there, xx. Born B.C. 1574, he 
dies B.C. 14.51, aged 123 years. 
Exod.4. 14 (Is) not A. the Levite thy brother? 

4. 27 the Lord said to A., Go into the wilderness 
4. 28 And M. told A. all the words of the Lord 
4. 29 And M. and A. went and gathered together 

4. 30 And A. spake all the words which the Lord 
5- 1 And afterward Moses and A. went in 

5. 4 Wherefore do ye, M. and A., let the people 

5. 20 And they met Moses and A., who stood in 

6. 13 And the Lord spake uuto M. and unto A. 
6. 20 and she bare him A. and Moses 

6. 23 And A. took him Elisheba, daughter of 
6. 25 And Eleazar A.'s son took him (one") of the 
6. 26 Thesefare) that A. and M., to whom the Lord 

6. 27 these (are) that Moses and A. 

7. 1 and A. thy brother shall be thy prophet 

7. 2 and A. thy brother shall speak unto Pharaoh 
7. 6 and A. did as the Lord commanded them 
7. 7 A. [was] fourscore and three years old, when 
7. 8 the Lord spake unto Moses and unto A. 
7. g thou shalt say unto A., Take thy rod, and 
7. 10 And M. and A. went in unto Pharaoh 
7. 10 and A. cast down his rod before Pharaoh 

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12 but A.'s rod swallowed up their rods 

19 Say unto A., Take thy rod, and stretch 

20 And Moses and A. did so, as the Lord 

5 Say unto A., Stretch forth thine haud 

6 And A. stretched out his hand over the 

5 Then Pharaoh called for Moses and A. and 
12 And M. and A. went out from Pharaoh 

16 Say unto A., Stretch out thy rod, and 

17 for A. stretched out his haud with his rod 

25 Pharaoh called for M. and for A., and said 
8 the Lord said unto M. and unto A., Take 

27 and called for M. and A., and said unto 
3 And Moses and A. came in unto Pharaoh 

8 And Moses and A. were brought again unto 
16 Then Pharaoh called for M. aud A. in haste 
10 M. and A. did all these wonders before Ph. 

1 the Lord spake unto M. aud A. in the land 

28 as the Lord had commanded Moses and A. 

31 And he called for Moses and A. by night 
43 the Lord said unto Moses and A., This (is) 
50 as the Lord commanded M. and A., so did 

20 the sister of A., took a timbrel in her hand 

2 murmured against Moses and A. in the 

6 and A. said unto all the children of Israel 

9 Moses spake unto A., Say unto all the 
10 as A. spake upto the whole congregation 

33 And Moses said unto A., Take a pot 

34 so A. laid it up before the Testimony 

10 Moses, A., and Hur went up to the top of 
12 and A. aud Hur stayed up his hands 
12 and A. came, and ail the elders of Israel, to 
24 thou, and A. with thee : but let not the 
1 thou, and A., Nadab, and Abihu, and 
9 Then went up Moses, and A., Nadab 
14 and, behold, A. and Hur (are) with you 

21 A. and his sons shall order it from evening 
1 take thou unto thee A. thy brother, and 

1 (even) A., Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and A. 

2 thou shalt make holy garments for A. thy 

3 they may make A. 's garments to consecrate 

4 they shall make holy garments for A. thy 
12 A. shall bear their names before the 

29 A. shall bear the names of the children of 

30 they shall be upon A.'s heart, when he 

30 A. shall bear the judgment of the children 

35 it shall be upon A. to minister : aud his 
38 it shall be upon A.'s forehead 

38 that A. may bear the iniquity of the 

40 And for A.'s sons thou shalt make coats 

41 thou shalt put them upon A. thy brother 

43 they shall be upon A., and upon his sons 

4 A. and his sons thou shalt bring unto 

5 and put upon A. the coat, and the robe 

9 thou shalt gird them with girdles, A. and 

thou shalt consecrate A. and his sons 
10 A. and his sons shall put their hands 

So in v. 15, 19. 

20 the tip of the right ear of A. , and upon 

21 and sprinkle (it) upon A., and upon his 

24 thou shalt put all in the hands of A., and 

26 the breast of the ram of A.'s consecration 

27 (even) of (that) which (is) for A., and of (that) 

28 it shall be A.'s and his sons' by a statute 

29 the holy garments of A. shall be his sons' 

32 A. and his sons shall eat the flesh of 

35 thus shalt thou do unto A., and to his sons 

44 I will sanctify also both A. and his sons 

7 And A. shall burn thereon sweet incense 

8 when A. lighteth the lamps at even 
10 A. shall make an atonement upon 
j£ For A. and his sons shall wash their 

, . thou shalt anoint A. and his sons 
-}the holy garments for A. the priest 

1 together unto A., and said unto him 

2 A. said unto them, Break off the 

3 in their ears, and brought (them) unto A. 
5 when A. saw (it), he built an altar 

5 and A. made proclamation, and said 

21 And Moses said unto A., What did 

22 And A. said, Let not the anger of my lord 



Exod. 3 
32 
34 
34 
35 



25 for A. had made them naked unto 

35 because they made the calf, which A. made 

30 when A. and all the children of Israel 

31 A. and all the rulers of the congregation 

19 the holy garments for A. the priest, and the 
21 by the hand of Ithamar, son to A. 

1 and made the holy garments for A. 
27 fine linen (of) woven work for A, 

41 the holy garments for A. the priest 

12 thou shalt bring A. and his sons unto 

13 thou shalt put upon A. the holy garments 
31 A. and his sons washed their hands 

5 the priests, A.'s sons, shall bring the blood 

7 the sons of A. the priest shall put fire 

8 the priests, A.'s sons, shall lay the parts 

11 the priests, A.'s sons, shall sprinkle his 

2 he shall bring it to A.'s sons the priests 

3, 10 of the meat offering (shall be) A.'s and 
2 and A.'s sons the priests shall sprinkle 

5 And A.'s sons shall burn it on the altar 

8 and A.'s sons shall sprinkle the blood 

13 and the sons of A. shall sprinkle the blood 

9 Command A. and his sons, saying 

14 the sons of A. shall offer it before the Lord 
16 the remainder thereof shall A. and his 

18 among the children of A. shall eat of it 

20 the offering of A. and of his sons 

25 Speak unto A. and to his sons, saying 

10 shall all the sons of A. have, one (as much) 

31 the breast shall be A.'s and his sons' 

33 He among the sons of A., that offereth 

34 and have given them unto A. the priest 

35 of the anointing of A., and of the 
2 Take A. and his sons with him 

6 Moses brought A. and his sons, and 

12 And he poured, .oil upon A.'s head 

13 Moses brought A.'s sons, and put coats 

14 A. and his sons laid their hands 

So in v. 18, 22. 

23 the tip of A.'s right ear, and upon the 

24 And he brought A.'s sons, and Moses 
27 he put all upon A.'s hands, and upon 

30 and sprinkled (it) upon A., (and) upon his 

30 and sanctified A., (and) his garments 

31 Moses said unto A. and to his sons 
31 saying, A. and his sons shall eat it 

36 So A. and his sons did all things which 

1 (that) Moses called A. and his sons, and 

2 lie said unto A., Take thee a young 

7 Moses said unto A., Go unto the altar 

8 A. therefore went unto the altar, and 

9 the sons of A. brought the blood unto 
12, 18 and A.'s sons presented unto him 

21 the right shoulder A. waved (for) 

22 And A. lifted up his hand toward the 

23 Moses and A. went into the tabernacle 
1 the sons of A., took either of them his 

3 Moses said unto A., This (is it) that the 

3 I will be glorified. And A. held his peace 

4 the uncle of A., and said unto them, Coma 
6 Moses said unto A., and unto Eleazar 

8 And the Lord spake unto A., saying 

12 M. spake unto A., and unto Eleazar, and 
16 the sons of A. (which were) left (alive), 
10 And A. said unto M., Behold, this day 
1 the Lord spake unto M. and to A., saying 

1 the Lord spake unto M. and A., saying 

2 he shall be brought unto A. the priest, or 
33 the Lord spake unto M. and unto A. ,saying 

1 the Lord spake unto M. and to A., saying 

1 of the two sons of A., when they offered 

2 Speak unto A. thy brother, that he come 

3 Thus shall A. come into the holy (place) 
6 A. shall offer his bullock of the sin 

5 And A. shall cast lots upon the two goafs 

9 And A. shall bring the goat upon which 
ii And A. shall bring the bullock of the sin 
21 And A, shall lay both his hands upon 

23 And A. shall come into the tabernacle 
2 Speak unto A., and unto his sons, and 



AARON 



ABDON 



Lev. 



Num. 



20. 
25. 

25- 

26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
26. 
27. 

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Dent. 9. 



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1 the sons of A., and say unto them, There 
17 Speak unto A., saying, Whosoever (lie he) 
21 of the seed of A. the priest shall come nigh 
24 Moses told (it) unto A., aud to his sons, and 
2, 18 Speak unto A. and to his sons 
4 of theseedof A,(is)aleper,orhatharunning 
3 shall A. order it from the evening unto the 
9 And it shall be A.'s and his sons"; and 

3 thou and A. shall number them by their 
17 Moses and A. took these men which are 

44 which Moses and A. numbered, and the 

1 the Lord spake unto M. and unto A., saying 

1 the generations of A. and Moses in the day 
2, 3 these (are) the names of the sons of A. 

4 office in the sight of A. then' father 

6 and present them before A. the priest 
9 the Levites unto A. and to his sons 

10 thou shalt appoint A. and his sons, and 

32 the sou of A. the priest (shall be) chief over 

38 and A. and his sons, keeping the charge 

39 which Moses and A. numbered at the 
48 redeemed, unto A. and to his sons 

51 that were redeemed unto A. and to his sons 
1, 17 Lord spake unto M. and untoA., saying 

5 A. shall come, and his sons, and they shall 

15 when A. and his sons have made an end 

16 the son of A. the priest (pertaineth) the oil 
19 A. and his sons shall go in, aud appoint 

27 the appointment of A. and his sous shall be 

28 of Ithamar the son of A. the priest 

33 under the hand of Ithamar the son of A. 

34 And M. and A. and the chief of the 

37 which Moses and A. did number according 
41 whom Moses and A. did number according 

45 whom Moses and A. numbered according 

46 whom Moses and A. and the chief of Israel 

23 Speak unto A. and uuto his sous, saying 

8 the hand of Ithamar the son of A. the priest 

2 Speak unto 1 A., and say unto him, When 

3 Aud A. did so ; he lighted the lamps 

11 And A. shall offer the Levites before 

13 thou shalt set the Levites before A., and 

19 the Levites (as) a gift to A. and to his sons 

20 And M., and A., and all the congregation 

21 and A. offered them (as) an offering before 

21 and A. made an atonement for them 

22 before A., and before his sous: as the LOKD 

6 they came before Moses aud before A. 
8 And the sons of A., the priests, shall 

1 Miriam and A. spake against Moses 

4 the LORD spake, .uuto M„, and unto A. 

5 and called A. and Miriam ; and they both 

10 and A. looked upon Miriam, and, behold 

11 A. said unto Moses, Alas, my lord, I 

26 came to Moses, and to A., aud to all the 

2 murmured against Moses and against A. 

5 Then Moses aud A. fell on their faces 
26 the Lord spake unto Moses aud uuto A. 
33 brought him unto Moses and A., and 

3 against Moses and against A., aud said 

1 1 and what (is) A . , that ye murmur agaiust him ? 

16 thou, and they, and A., to morrow 

17 thou also, aud A., each (of you) his censer 

18 of the congregation with Moses and A. 
20 the Loud spake uuto Moses aud unto A. 
37 the son of A. the priest, that he take up the 

40 which (is) not of the seed of A., come near 

41 murmured against M.and against Assaying 

42 was gathered against Moses and against A. 

43 Moses and A. came before the tabernacle 

46 Moses said uuto A., Take a censer, and 

47 And A. took as Moses commanded, and 
50 And A. returned unto Moses unto the door 

3 thou shalt write A.'s name upon the rod 

6 and the rod of A. (was) among their rods 
8 the rod of A. for the house of Levi was 

10 Bring A.'s rod again before the testimony 
1 the Lord said unto A., Thou and thy 
8 the Lord spake unto A., Behold, I also 
20 the Lord spake unto A., Thou shalt have 
28 the Lord's heave offering to A. the priest 

1 the Lord spake unto Moses and unto A. 

2 together agaiust Moses and against A. 

6 Aud Moses and A. went from the presence 
8 thou, and A. thy brother, and speak ye 

10 and A. gathered the congregation together 
12. 23 And the Lord spake unto Moses and A. 

24 A. shall be gathered unto his people 

js Take A, and Eleazar his son, and bring 
26 And strip A. of his garments, and put 
26 A. shall be gathered (unto his people) 
28 Moses stripped A. of bju3 garments", and 

28 and A. died there in the to)) of the mount 

29 all the congregation saw that A. was dead 
29 they mourned for A. thirty days, (even) all 

7 the son of A. the priest, saw (it), he rose 

11 the sou of A. the priest, hath turned my 
1 Eleazar the son of A. the priest, saying 
g against Moses and against A. in the 

s . she bare unto Aiiiram A. and Moses 
So And unto A. was born, Nadab, and Abihu 
64 whom Moses and A. the priest numbered 
- : tli\ people, as A. thy brother was gathered 

1 armies under the hand of Moses and A. 
(8 And V the priest went up into mount 

1 Vud v (waj ) an huadri -1 and twenty 
zo tlte Lobd was \< r> angry with A. to 
20 I prayed for A. also the same time 

■ there \ died, and then' he was buried 

\ thy brother died in mount Hor 
.i and the children oi A. the priest, (which 
10 Vluch tjie children of A., (being) of the 



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11. 13 they gave to the children of A. the priest 
21. 19 of the children .of A., the priests, (were) 
24. 5 I sent Moses also and A., and I plagued 
24. 33 Eleazarthesonof A. died; and they buried 

, 20. 28 Eleazar, the sou of A., stood before it 

12. 6 that advanced Moses and A., and that 

12. 8 the Lord sent Moses aud A., which 
6. 3 the children of Amram ; A., and Moses 
6. 3 The sons also of A. Nadab, and Abihu 
6. 49 But A. and his sons offered upon the 
6. 50 these (are) the sons of A. ; Eleazar his son 
6. 54 of the sons of A. of the families of 

6. 57 And to the sons of A. they gave the 
15. 4 David assembled the children of A., and 
23. 13 The sous of Amram ; A. and Moses ; and 
23. 13 and A. was separated, that he should 
23. 28 on the sons of A. for the service of the 

23. 32 and the charge of the sons of A. 111611* 

24. 1 the divisious of the sons of A. 
24. 1 The sons of A. ; Nadab, and Abihu 
24. 19 under A. their father, as the Lord 
24. 31 the sons of A. in the presence of David 

13. 9 the sons of A., and the Levites, aud have 
13. 10 (are) the sous of A., and the Levites (wait) 
26. 18 the sons of A., that are consecrated to 
29. 21 the sons of A. to offer (them) on the 
31. 19 Also of the sons of A. the priests, which 
35. 14 the priests the sons of A. (were busied) 
35. 14 themselves, and for the priests the sons of A. 

7. s Eleazar, the son of A. the chief priest 
iu. 38 the priest the son of A. shall be with 
12. 47 sanctified (them) unto the 
77. 20 like a flock by the hand of Moses and A. 
99. 6 Moses aud A. among his priests, and 

105. 26 his servant, (and) A. whom he had chosen 

106. 16 in the camp, (aud) A. the saint of the Lord 
115. 10 O house of A., trust in the Lord 
115. 12 Israel ; he will bless the house of A. 
118. 3 Let the house of A. now say, that his 
133. 2 down upon the beard, (even) A.*s beard 
135. 19 bless the Lord, O house of A. 

6. 4 I sent before thee Moses, A., and Miriam 
1. 5 (was) of the daughters of A.,audhername 

7. 40 Saying unto A., Make us gods to go before 
5. 4 but he that is called of God, as (was) A. 
7. 11 and not he called after the order of A? 

9. 4 and A.'s rod that budded, and the tables 

AA-RO-NITES, jiin^ lit. of or belonging to Aaron. 

The descendants of the preceding person are so 
called in 1 Ch. 12. 27, where we read that Jehoiada 
their leader with 3700 men, also Zadok aud 22 cap- 
tains, joined David in Ziklag; aud in 27. 17, that this 
Zadok was their ruler afterwards; and in Luke 1. 5, 
that Zacharias's wife was of the daughters of Aaron. 

From Josh. 21. 13-19, it appears that the Aaronites 
had thirteen cities assigned to them, viz., Hebron, 
Libnah, Jattir, Eshtemoa, Holon, Debir, Aiu, Juttah, 
and Beth-shemesh, out of Judah and Simeon ; Gibeon, 
Geba, Anathoth, and Almon, out of Benjamin; while 
the Kokathites had ten, viz., Shechem, Gezer, Kib- 
zaim, and Beth-horon, out of Ephraim; Eltekeh, 
Gibbethon, Aijalon, and Gath-rimmon, out of Dan; 
Taanach and Gath-rimmon, out of the half tribe of 
Manasseh; aud the Gerxhonites had thirteen, viz., 
Golan in Bashan, and Beesh-terah, out of the other 
half tribe of Manasseh; Kishon, Dabareh, Jarmuth, 
and Engannim, out of Isaachar ; Mishal, Abdon, 
Helkath, and Rehob, out of Asher ; Kedesh in Galilee, 
Hammoth-dor, and Kartan, out of Naphtali; and 
the Jtlerarites had twelve, viz., Jokneam, Kartah, 
Dinmah, and Nahalal, out of Zebulun; Bezer, 
Jahazah, Kedemoth, ami Mephaath, out of Reuben ; 
Ramoth in Gilead, Mahanaim, Heshbon, and Jazer, 
out of Gad. In all forty-eight cities with their 
suburbs. The high-priesthood continued in the 
family of Eleazar, the third son of Aaron, till the 
time of Eli, B.C. 1200-1141, who was of the family of 
Ithamar, the younger son, but it was restored to the 
house of Eleazar in the person of Zadok, who received 
it when Abiathar was dismissed by Solomon, 1 Ki. 2. 
35, thus fulfilling the prediction in 1 Sa. 2. 30. 

1 Ch. 12. 27 Jehoiada (was) the leader of the A. 

27. 17 [the ruler], .of the A., Zadok 

A-EAD'-DON, a^ahbuu destruction, i.e., destroyer. 
The king and angel (or messenger) of the abyss, 
whose name translated into Greek is APOLLYON 
(which see), who was manifested after the fifth angel 
{or messenger) had sounded. 

Rev. 9. ii whose name in the Hebrew tongue (is) A. 

A-BAG'-THA, Nn;rN; happy, prosperous, felix. 
One of the seven chamberlains or eunuchs that 
served in the presence of Ahasuerus, also called 
Xerxes, king of Persia, B.C. 485-467. Compare other 
Persian names such as Bigtha, Bigthan, Biythuna, 
Bigvai. 

Esth. 1. 10 the king, .commanded. .Bigtha and A. 

A-BA'-NA, n.UN pronanent, perennial. 
A river rising at a height of 1141 feet on the top of 
Anti-Libanus, near Zfioduny, and (along with the 
Aifnj or Pharpaxj, flowing through the city and plain 
of Damascus, which is twenty-three miles off. It is 
now called Barada or Chrysorrhoas, and is the larger 
of the two rivers; it loses itself in the marsh Btthret 
el Kibliyeh ; fourteen villages arc more or less de- 
pendent on this river for water. 

2 Ki. 5, 12 (Arc) not A. aud Rharpar.. better than 



A-BA'-RIM, D'l^j;. giassages, fords, ridges. 
The two sides of a range of high and rugged moun- 
tains E. of the Jordan, in Moab, facing Jericho, 
stretching from Gilead to the Arnon ; its highest 
point is Mouut Nebo, now Jebel A'ebbtfi, the top of 
the "Pisgah," whence Moses viewed the land before 
his death; here Israel pitched after leaving Almon- 
Diblathaim. 

Num. 27. 12 Get thee up into this mount A. 

33. 47 in the mountains of A., before Nebo 
33. 48 they departed from the mountains of A. 

Deut. 32. 49 Get thee up into this mountain A. 
ABASE, to — 
To wake low, humble, bB$ shaphel, 5, %y 5. 

Job 40. 11 behold every one(that is)proud,and abase 

Eze. 21. 26 exalt(himthatis)low,andabase(himthat 

Dan. 4. 37 those that walk in pride he is able to abase 
ABASED, to be — 
To make low, humble, T<nreiv6u) tapeinoo. 

Matt.23. 12 whosoever shall exalt himself shall he ah. 

Luke 14. 11 whosoever exalteth himself shall be ab. 
18. 14 every one. .exalteth himself shall be ah. 

rhil. 4. 12 I know both how to be abased, and I know 
ABASING — 
To make low, humble, Tairz u/6co tapeinoo. 

2 Co. 11. 7 Have I committed an offence in abasing 
ABASE one's self, to — 
To be humble, to submit oneself, njn anah. 

Isa. 31. 4 (lie) will not. .abase himself for the noise 
ABATE, to — 
To flee, hasten away, D« nns. 

Deut. 34. 7 not dim, nor his natural force abated 
ABATED, to be — 
l.To cut off, diminish, withdraw, i'"n gara, 2. 

Lev. 27. 18 it shall be abated from thy estimation 
2. To be lacking, wanting, ipn chaser. 

Gen. 8. 3 after t'ae end. .the waters were abated 
Z. To become light, lightened, swift, hhft qalal. 

Gen. 8. 8 to see if the waters were abated from off 
8. 11 so Noah knew that the waters were abated 
4. To be feeble, desist, fall, nfl"i raphah, 

Judg. 8. 3 Then their anger was abated toward him 

AB'-EA, afifia, a, Chaldee word signifying "father" 
Mark 14. 36 Abba.Father, all things (are) possible unto 
Rom. 8. 15 whereby we cry, Abba, Father 
Gal. 4. 6 sent forth, .iuto [your] hearts, crying, A. 

AB'-DA, to?" servant, slave, worshipper. 

1. Rather of Adoniram, Solomon's tribute officer. 

2 Ki. 4. 6 Adoniram, the son of A. (was) over the 

2. A chief Levite in Jerusalem after the exile, the 
son of Shammua, called Obadiah sou of Shemaiah in 
1 Ch. 9. 16. 

Neh. 11. 17 A. the son of Shammua, the son of Galal 
AB-DE'-EL, Sn^ servant of God. 
The father of Shelemiah whom Jehoiakim, king of 
Judah, ordered to apprehend Baruch the scribe and 
Jeremiah the prophet. 

Jer. 36. 26 Shelemiah the son of A., to take Baruch 
AB'-DI, ^ny servant ofJah. 

1. A Merarite, grandfather of Ethan, one of those 
whom David set over the service of song. 

iCh. 6. 44 hand: Ethan the sonofKishi.thesonof A. 
2 Ch.29. 12 of the sons of Merari, Kish the son of A. 

2. A descendant of one of the two Elams, who had 
taken a strange wife during the exile, a thing forbid- 
den by the law of Moses. 

Ezra 10. 26 of the sons of Elam. .A., and Jeremoth 
AB-DI'-EL, S^nsy servant of God. 
The ancestor of a family of Gadites dwelling in 
Gilead in Bashan, as reckoned in the days of Jotham 
and Jeroboam, kings of Judah and Israel, B.C. 825-742. 

x Ch. 5. 15 Ahi the son of A., the son of Gum 
AB'-DON, \vq# service, sereile. 

1. A Levilical city in Asher, now called Abdch, at 
the N. of Acre, on the banks of the Wady Kuin; 
called Hebron (Ebron) in Josh. 19. 28. 

Josh. 21. 30 A. with her suburbs 
1 Ch. 6. 74 A. with her suburbs 

2. A son of Hillel the Pirathonite (perhaps the same 
as Bedau in 1 Sa. 12. n); he judged Israel eight years, 
B.C. IT20-IH2, had forty sons and thirty grandsons, 
who rode on seventy ass colts, was buried in Pirathon 
in the land of Ephraim in what was called the mount 
of the Amalekites. 

Judg. 12. 13 A., son of nillel, aTirathonite, judged 
12. 15 A., son of Hillel the Pirathonite died 

3. A Eenjamite in Jerusalem. 

1 Ch. 8. 23 And A., and Zichri, and Hanan 
4 The firstborn son of Jehicl from Maaehah, in 
Gibeon of Benjamin. 

1 Ch. 8. 30 And Ins firstborn sen A., and Zur, and 
9. 36 And his firstborn son A., then Zur, and 
r> A son of Micah, and sent with others by king 
Josiah to liuldah the prophetess to enquire of Jeho- 
vah regarding th-; words of the Book of the Law found 



ABEDNEGO 



ABIDE 



in the temple, B.C. 624. He is called ACHBOR in 2 Ki. 

22 12. 

2 Ch. 34. 20 the king commanded. .A. son of Micah 
A-BEB-NE'-GO, NU2 12^ servant of Nego. 
A name given by the prince of the eumichs of Ne- 
buchadnezzar, kiug of Babylon, to Azariah, one of 
the four young princes of Judah who were carried 
away B.C. 607. He was one of the three companions 
of Daniel that were cast into the burning fiery furnace 
for refusing to bow before the gulden image set up 
by Nebuchadnezzar in the plain of Dura, in the pro- 
vince of Babylon. 

Dan. 1. 7 for he gave unto. .Azariah [thename]of A. 

2. 49 and he set. .A., over the affairs of 

3. 12 whom thou hast set over the affairs. .A. 
3. 13 Nebuchadnezzar . .commanded to bring A. 
3. 14 (Is it) true, O Shadrach, Meshach, and A. 
3. 16 Shadrach, Meshach, and A., answered and 
3. 19 changed against Shadrach, Meshach, <& A. 
3. 20 his army to bind Shadrach, Meshach, & A. 
3. 22 slew those men that took up. .A. 

3. 23 And these three men. .A., fell down bound 
3. 26 Shadrach, Meshach, and A., ye servants of 
3. 26 Then Shadrach, Meshach, and A., came 
3. 28 Blessed(be)theGodofShadrach,M.,andA. 
3. 29 speak anything amiss against . . God of . . A. 

3. 30 Then the king promoted. .A., in the 

A'-BEL, Snw fresh, grassy, meadow. 

1. A stony place in the field of Joshua the Bethle- 
hemite, in the N.W. of Judah, between Ekron and 
Beth-shemesh, whereon the ark was left by the 
Philistines, B.C. 1140. 

1 Sa. 6. iS the great (stone of) A., whereon they set 

2, A city in Naphtali (now called Abil, three miles 
N.E. of Beth-rehob), where Joab besieged Sheba, 
whose head was given up to him at the suggestion of 
a wise woman of Abel of Beth-maachah. 

2 Sa. 20. 14 And he went through, .unto A., v. 15, 16. 
A-BEL-BETH-MA-A'-CHAH, nsj^gn TV3 *?3N meadow 

of the house of Maachah. 
A city in Manasseh or Naphtali, which is mentioned 
along with Ijon, and Dan, and Jauoah, and Kedesh, 
and Hazor, as being taken by Tiglath-pileser B.C. 740, 
and the inhabitants carried off to Assyria. 

1 Ki. 15. 20 Ben-hadad. .smote. .A., and allCinneroth 

2 Ki. 15. 29 Tiglath-pileser. .took Ijon and A., and 
A-BEL-KE-RA'-DUM, D*D~J| Snx meadow of the 

vineyards. 
A place E. of the Jordan beyond Aroer, and now 
called Abila, six or seven miles beyond Rabbah (or 
Philadelphia) of the Ammonites. 

Judg.n. 33 smote them, .unto the plain of the v.-y. 

A-BEL-MA'-IM, 0)0 Six meadow of the waters. 
Apparently another name for Abel-beth-maachah ; 
it was smitten by the armies of Benhadad B.C. 940, in 
the days of Asa. 

2 Ch. 16. 4 they smote Ijon, and Dan, aud A. 
A-BEL-ME-HO'-LA, rrpirp S2N meadow of the dance. 
A city in Issachar, at the N. of the Jordan Valley, 
and ten or twelve miles S. of Beth-shean ; the birth- 
place of Elisha the prophet, son of Shaphat. 

Judg. 7. 22 the host fled, .to the border of A., unto 
1 Ki. 4. 12 from Beth-shean to A., (even) unto (the 
39. 16 and Elisha, the son of Shaphat of A. 

A-BEX-TYTTZ -RA'-IM, Dn^D Sns meoxlow or mourn- 
ing of the Egyptians. 
A place at the threshing floor at Atad, "beyond 
Jordan," probably on the W. between it and Hebron, 
at Beth-hogla, now Ain-Hajla; according to others, 
at El-Haram, near Hebron. See Atad. 

Gen 50. 11 wherefore the name of it was called A. 
A-BEL-SHIT'-TIM, cptrn S?n; meadow of tlie acacias. 
A place iu the plains (or deserts) of Moab E. of the 
Jordan, about seven miles off, opposite Jericho, and 
nearly W. of Heshbon. It was the extreme N. border 
of the last encampment of Israel before passing over 
the Jordan, B.C. 1451. See Shittim. 

Num. 23- 49 pitched.. unto A., in the plains of Moab 
A'-BEX, Snn transitoriness. 

The second son of Adam and Eve, and apparently 
the twin brother of Cain. He was a shepherd, and 
at the end of a certain time brought an offering to 
Jehovah of the best of his flock. Cain being dis- 
pleased, slew him " in the field," as all the ancient 
versions declare. His blood is represented as "crying 
from the ground. 

Gen. 4. 2 And she again bare his brother A. And A. 

4. 4 A., he also brought, .had respect unto A. 
4. 8 And Cain talked with A. . .against A. 

4. 9 said unto Cain, Where (is) A. thy brother ? 
4. 25 another seed instead of A., whom Cain 
Matt23. 35 from the blood of righteous A., unto the 
Luke 11. 51 From the blood of A. unto the blood of 
Heb. 11. 4 By faith A. offered unto God a more 
12. 24 speaketh better thiugs than (that of) A. 
A'-BEZ, |\?n white, shining. 

A city in Issachar, near Kishion or Remeth (perhaps 
the same as Thebez, now Tubas), near Enganniu and 
Shunem. 

J osh. iq. 20 r border was toward ] . . Kishion and A 



ABHOR, to — 

1. To abhor, bnz bachal. ' 

Zech. 11. 8 loathed them, and their soul also abhorred 

2. To sejmrate, cast away, loathe, Sya gaal. 

Lev. 26. 11 among you: and my soul shall not abhor 
26. 15 or if your soul abhor my judgments, so 
26. 30 I u ill destroy . . and my soul shall abhor 
26. 43 and because their soul abhorred my 
26. 44 neither will I abhor them, to destroy 

3. To nauseate, abhor, hni zahain, 3. 

Job 33. 20 So that his life abhorreth bread, and his 

4. To be indignant, defy, abhor, Dyi zaam. 
Prov. 24. 24 the people curse, nations shall abhor 

5. To despise, reject, loath, dno maas. 

Job 42. 6 Wherefore I abhor (myself), and repent 
Psa. 36. 4 He deviseth. .he abhorreth not evil 

78. 59 he was wroth, and greatly abhorred Israel 
89. 38 But thou hast cast off and abhorred, thou 

6. To despise, pierce, sting, j'N'j naatz, 1, 3. 
Deut.32. 19 And when the Lord saw (it), he abhorred 
1 Sa. 2. 17 for men abhorred the offering of the Lord, 
Psa. 10. 3 the covetous (whom) the Lord abhorreth 
Jer. 14. 21 Do not abhor (us), for thy name's sake 

7. To reject, cast down, *inj naar, 3. 

Lam. 2. 7 the Lord, .hath abhorred his sanctuary 

8. To be vexed, wearied with, pp guts. 

Lev. 20. 23 these things, and therefore I abhorred 

1 Ki. 11. 25 he abhorred Israel, and reigned over S. 
Isa. 7. 16 the land that thou abhorrest shall be 

9. To have in abomination, \'^yy shaqats, 3. 

Psa. 22. 24 not despised nor abhorred the affliction of 

10. To contemn, abhor, reject, 2NjT taab, 3. 

Amos 6. S I abhor the excellency of Jacob, and hate 
11. To have in abomination, reject, dj/fi taab, 3. 

Deut. 7. 26 and thou shalt utterly abhor it ; for it (is) 
23. 7 Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite ; for he 
23. 7 thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian; because 

Job g. 31 and mine own clothes shall abhor me 
19. 19 All my inward friends abhorred me 
30. 10 They abhor me, they flee far from me 

Psa. 5. 6 the Lord will abhor the bloody and 

106. 40 insomuch that he abhorred his own 

107. 18 Their soul abhorreth all manner of meat 
119. 163 1 hate and abhor lying ; (but) thy law do I 

Tsa. 49. 7 to him whom the nation abhorreth 
Amos 5. 10 they abhor him that speaketh uprightly 
Mie. 3. 9 ye. .princes of . .Israel, that abhor 

12. To shrink from, aTroarvyeoo apo-stugeo. 
Rom. 12. 9 Abhor that which is evil ; cleave to tkat 

13. To have in abomination, PSsKvo-a-opat. 
Bom. 2. 22 thou that abhorrest idols, dost thou 

ABHORRED, to be — 

l.To be or become stinking, e ; N2 baash, 2. 

2 Sa. 16. 21 Israel shall hear that thou art abhorred 
2. To be indignant, defy, abhor, V£\zaam. 

Prov. 22. 14 he that is abhorred of the Lord shall 

ABHORRED, to make to be — 
l.To cause to stink, ii : xn baash, 5. 

Exod. 5.21 ye have made our savour to be abhorred 

1 Sa. 27. 12 He hath made, .utterly to abhor him 

2. To make abominable, reject, nj:n taab, 3. 
Eze. 16. 25 hast made thy beauty to be abhorred 

ABHORRING — 

An object of abhorrence, pay\ deraon. 

Isa. 66. 24 they shall be an abhorring unto all flesh 

A'-BI, '2$ Jah is father. 

The daughter of Zechariah, wife of Ahaz, and mother 
of Hezekiah, kings of Judah, (called Abijah in 2 Ch. 
29. 1,) B.C. 726. 

2 Ki. 18. 2 His mother's name also (was) A. 
A-BI'-A, A-BI'-AH, r$3N Jah is father. 

1. The second son of Samuel the prophet and judge 
of Israel; with his brother Joel or Vashni, he judged 
in Beersheba, and did wickedly, so that Israel desired 
and obtained a king. 

1 Sa. 8. 2 and the name of his second A. ..judges in 
1 Ch. 6. 28 of Samuel; the first-born Vashni, and A. 

2. The wife of Hezron grandson of Judah by Pharez, 
and mother of Ashur father of Tekoa. 

1 Ch. 2. 24 then A. Hezron's wife bare him Ashur 

3. A son of Rehoboam, called Abijam in 1 Ki. 14. 31 ; 
15. 1, 7, 8. 

1 Ch. 3. 10 Solomon's son (was) Rehoboam, A. his 
Matt. 1. 7 and Roboam begat A.; and A. begat 

4. The seventh son of Becher son of Benjamin. 

1 Ch. 7. 8 And the sons of Becher ; Zemira. .and A. 

5. A priest in the days of David, set over a particular 
course of service in the Tabernacle. 

Luke 1. 5 priest . . Zacharias, of the course of A. 

A-BI-AL'-BON, faff]} ^father of strength. 

One of David's mighty men, from Arabah or Beth- 
arabah, a city in the N. of the country of the tribe 
of Judah, adjacent to the territory of the tribe of 
Benjamin. He is called Abiel in 1 Ch. 11. 32. 

2 Sa. 23. 31 A. the Arbathite 



A-BI-A'-SAPH, f]g$*3« father of gathering. 
The third son of Korah first-born of Izhar, second son 
of Kohath, second son of Levi third son of Jacob. 
See Ebiasayh 

Exod. 6. 24 And the sons of Korah ; Assir . .and A. 
A-BI-A'-THAR, *\^2X fo ther of superfluity. 
The eleventh high- priest in succession from Aaron : 
son of Ahimelech, son of Ahitub, priest at Nob. He 
escaped when Doeg the Edomite slew his father and 
85 priests, and fled to David in the cave of Adullam ; 
was sent back to Jerusalem with the ark when David, 
fled from Absalom ; was joint high-priest with Zadok ; 
conspired to make Adouijah king; was banished to 
his birth place, Anathoth in Benjamin: and at last 
was expelled from Ins office by Solomon, B.C. 1014. 

1 Sa. 22. 20 And. .A., escaped, and fled after David 

22. 21 And A. shewed David that Saul had 

22. 22 And David said unto A., I knew (it) that 

23. 6 when A. . . fled to David . . he came down 

23. 9 David, .said to A. the priest, Bring 

30. 7 And David said to A. . . bring me hither 

30. 7 And A. brought thither the ephod to 

2 Sa. 8. 17 And Zadok. .and Ahimelech the son of A. 

15. 24 and A. went up, until all the people 
15. 27 two sous with you, . .and. .the son of A. 
15. 29 Zadok therefore aud A. carried the ark 
15. 35 not there with thee Zadok and A. the 
15. 35 thou shalt tell (it) to Zadok and A. the 
15. 36 there with them, .and Jonathan A.'s 

17. 15 Then said Hushai unto Zadok and to A. 

19. 11 David sent to Zadok and to A. the priests 

20. 25 and Zadok and A. (were) the priests 

1 Ki. 1. 7 he conferred with Joab. .and with A. 

1. igandhath called. .A. the priest, and Joab 
1. 25 and hath called all. .and A. the priest 

1. 42 Jonathan the son of A. the priest came 

2. 22 even for him, and for A. the priest, and 
2. 26 And unto A. the priest said the king 

2. 27 So Solomon thrust out A. from being 
2. 35 Zadok. .the king put in the room of A. 
4. 4 and Zadok and A. (were) the priests 
1 Ch. 15. 11 David called for Zadok and A. the 

18. 16 Zadok. .and Abimelech the son of A. 

24. 6 before the kiug, and. .the son of A. 

27. 34 after Ahithophel (was) Jehoiada. .and A. 
Mark 2. 20 into the house of God, in the days of A. 

A'-BLB, a\?N sprouting, budding. 
The first month of the sacred and seventh of the 
civil year of the Hebrews, on the 15th of which Israel 
left Egypt. It commenced at the new moon of April 
or March (according to the Rabbis), and was consti- 
tuted the first month of the year in" commemoration 
of the release from Egyptian slavery. 

Exod. 13. 4 This day came ye out in the month A. 
23. 15 in the time appointed of the month A. 
34. 18 bread, .in the time of the month A. 
34. 18 in the month A. thou earnest out from 

Deut. 16. 1 Observe the month of A. and keep the 
16. 1 for in the month of A. the Lord thy God 
A-BI'-DA, A-BI'-DAH, J>T*W faifter of knowledge. 
The fourth son of Midiau the fourth son of Keturah 
aud Abraham. Comp. the city of Eboda, between 
Canaan and Sinai. 

Gen. 25. 4 the sons of Midian ; Ephah..andA. 

1 Ch. 1. 33 the sons of Midiau ; Ephah. .and A. 
A-BI'-DAN, ]T$vt father of judgment. 
The son of Gideoni, a chief Benjamite, who was ap- 
pointed along with Moses and Aaron, and a chief man 
out of every tribe, to number the people. 

Num. 1. 11 Of Benjamin ; A. the son of Gideoni 

2. 22 the captain of the sons of Benjamin. .A. 
7. 60 On the ninth day A. the son of Gideoni 
7. 65 this (was) the offering of A. the son of 

10. 24 And over the host, .(was) A. the son of 
ABIDE, to — 
l.To go in, enter, come, M3 bo. 

Num.31. 23 that may abide the fire, .all thatabideth 

2. To sojourn as a stranger, ih gur. 

Psa. 15. 1 Lord, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? 
61. 4 I will abide in thy tabernacle for ever 

3. To stay, wait for, Sin chul. 

Hos. 11. 6 And the sword shall abide on his cities 

4. To encamp, incline downward, ~Jn chanah. 
Num. 9. 20 according to the. .they abode in their 

9. 22 children of Israel abode in then tents 

31. 19 do ye abide without the camp seven 
Ezra 8. 15 and there abode we in tents three days 

5. To sit, sit down, settle down, dwell, 2ty; yashab. 
Gen. 22. 5 Abide ye here with the ass ; and I 

24. 55 Let the damsel abide with us (a few) 
29. 14 And he abode with him the space of a 
29. 19 And Laban said, . .abide with me 

44. 33 let thy servant abide instead of the lad 
49. 24 But his bow abode in strength, and 
Exodi6. 29 See. .abide ye every man in his place 
Lev. 8. 35 Therefore shall ye abide (at) the door of 
Nmn2o. 1 and the people abode in Kadesh 
22. 5 and they abide over against me 
22. 8 the princes of Moab abode with Balaam 

25. 1 And Israel abode in Shittim 

35. 25 he shall abide in it unto the death of 
Deut. 1. 46 So ye abode in Kadesh many days 

3. 19 your wives, .shall abide in your cities 

3. 29 So we abode iu the valley over against 
"9. 9 then I abode in the mount forty days 



ABIDE 



4 



ABIJAH 



Josh. 2. 22 and abode there three days, until the 
5. 8 that they abode In their places iu the 
8. 9 and abode between Beth-el and Ai 

Judg. 5. 16 Why abodest thou among the sheepfolds 
11. 17 and Israel abode in Kadesh 

19. 4 and he abode with him three days 

20. 47 and abode in the rock Rimmon four 

21. 2 and abode there till even before Gdd - 

1 Sa. 1. 22 before the Lord, and there abide for 

1. 23 So the woman abode, and gave her son 
5. 7 The ark. .shall not abide with us 
7. 2 while the ark abode iu Kirjath-jearim 
13. 16 And Saul, .abode in Gibeahof Benjamin 
19. 2 and abide in a secret (place), and hide 

22. 5 the prophet Gad said . . abide not in the 
22. 6 (now Saul abode in Gibeah under a tree 

22. 23 Abide thou with me, fear not : for he 

23. 14 And David abode in the wilderness 
23. 18 and David abode in the wood, and 
23. 25 and abode in the wilderness of Maon 

25. 13 and two hundred abode by the stuff 

26. 3 But David abode in the wilderness 

2 Sa. 1. 1 and David had abode two days in 

11. 11 The ark, and Israel, and Judah, abide 
11. 12 So Uriah abode in Jerusalem that day 
15. 8 thy servant vowed, .while I abode at 

15. 19 return to thy place, and abide with the 

16. 3 Behold, he abideth at Jerusalem 

16. 18 and with him will I abide 

1 Ki. 8. 13 a settled place for thee to abide in for 

17. 19 carried him up into a loft, where he 

2 Ki. 19. 27 But I know thy abode, and thy going 
2 Cli. 25. 19 abide now at home ; why shouldest 

32. 10 that ye abide in the siege in Jerusalem? 
Ezra 8. 32 we cf»me to Jerusalem, and abode there 
Job 24. 13 nor abide in the paths thereof 

3S. 40 (and) abide in the covert to lie in wait? 
Psa. 55. 19 even he that abideth of old 

61. 7 He shall abide before God for ever 
125. 1 (which) cannot be removed, (but) abideth 
Isa. 37. 28 But I know thy abode, and thy going 
Jer. 21. 9 He that abideth in this city shall die by 

38. 28 So Jeremiah abode in the court of the 
42. 10 If ye will still abide in this land 

49. 18 no man shall abide there, neither shall 

49. 33 there shall no man abide there, nor 

50. 40 (so) shall no man abide there, neither 
Hos. 3. 3 Thou shalt abide for me many days 

3. 4 the children of Israel shall abide many 
Mic. 5. 4 and they shall abide : for now shall he 

6. To bear, hold out, sttstain, Si3 kul, 3cc 
Mai. 3. 2 But who may abide the day of his 

7. To lodge, pass the night, ]r? lun, 1, 7 a - 

Job 39. 9 Will the unicorn . . abide by thy crib ? 

39. 28 She dwelleth and abideth on the rock 
Psa. 49. 12 man (being) in honour abideth not 

91. 1 He that dwelleth. .shall abide under the 
Prov. 15. 31 The ear that heareth. .abideth among the 

19. 23 and (he that hath it) shall abide satisfied 

S.To stand, stand still, remain, "isj; aviad. 

Josh. 18. 5 Judah shall abide in their coast on the 
Psa. 1 19. 90 established the earth, and it abideth 
Eccl. 1. 4 but the earth abideth for ever 

Q.To rise, rise it}), stand ujy, be fixed, dp qum. 
Nah. 1. 6 who can abide, .fierceness of his anger? 

10. To recline, tabernacle, ]?$ shaken. 

Exod 24. 16 the glory of the Lord abode upon mount 

40. 35 because the cloud abude thereon 
Num. 9. 17 and in the place where the cloud abode 

9. iS as long as the cloud abode upon the 
24. 2 and he saw Israel abiding (in his tents) 
Judg. 5. 17 Gilead abode beyond Jordan ...Asher...a. 
Prov. 7. 11 her feet abide not in her house 

11. To be, exist, continue, x-n liayah. 

Num. 9. 21 when the cloud abode from even unto 
11. 35 the people journeyed, .and abode at 

12. To turn up "-"I down, avaaTpetya) ana-strepho. 
Matt 17. 22 And while they abode in Galilee, Jesus 

13. To remain in a courtyard, av\i£o/nai aulizomaA. 
Luke 21. 37 and abode in the mount that is called 

1 4. To rub away, spend, Siarpt&a) dia-iribo. 

Acts 12. 19 from Jmheato Ciesarea. and(there)abode 
14. 3 Long time therefore abode they 
14. 28 there they abode long time with the 
16. 12 and we were in that city abiding certain 

20. 6 to Troas. .where we abode seven dayB 

15. To remain in or on, ktri^ivui e2nmcnd. 

Acts 15. 34 Notwithstanding it pleased Silas to abide 
Gal. i. 18 to see Peter, and abode with him fifteen 

10. To place, cause to stand, 'i(rry]pn histemi, 

John S. 44 and abode not in the truth, because there 

1 7. To remain steadily, Ka.rafx4vu> kata-meno . 
Acts 1. 13 an upper room, where abode both Peter 

18. To remain, cnntinit-r, /j.eva> mend. 

Matt. 10. 11 and there abide till ye go thence 
Mark 6. 10 there abide till ye depart from that place 
Luke 1. 56 Ami Mary abode with her about three 
8. 27 neither abode in (any) bouse, but in the 

0. 4 ye enter into, there abide, and thence 
m, s for to day I must abide at thy house 

24 29 Abide with us: for it is toward evening 
John 1. 32 I saw the spirit, .and it abode upon him 

1. 39 they came, .and abode with him that 
3. 36 but the wrath of God abideth on him 



Juhu 4. 40 with them : and he abode there two days 
5 38 And ye hare not his word abiding in you. 

7 . 9 When he had said, .he abode (still) in 

8. 35 theservant abideth not. .the Son abideth 

10. 40 went away again, .and there he abode 

11. 6 he abode two days still in the same place 

12. 24 Except a corn of wheat, .die, itabideth 
12! 34 We have heard . .that Christ abideth for 

12. 46 on me should not abide in darkness 

14. 16 Comforter, that he may [abide] with you 

1 5. 4 Abide in . . except it abide . . except ye a. 
15. 5 He that abideth in me, and I in him 
15. 6 If anian abide not in me, he is cast forth 
15. 7 If ye abide in me, and my wordsabide in 
15. 10 ye shall abide in my love. .1. .abide in 

Acts 16. 15 come into my house, and abide (there) 
18. 3 the same craft, he abode with them, and 

20. J3 saying thatbonds and afflictions abide 

21. 7 the brethren, and abode with them one 
21. 8 which was (one) of the seven ; and abode 
27. 31 Except these abide in the ship, ye 

1 Co. 3. 14 If any man's work abide which he hath 

7. 8 It is good for them if they abide even as 
7. 20 Let every man abide in the same calling 
7. 24 let every man. .therein abide with God 
7. 40 But she is happier if she so abide, after 

13. 13 And now abideth faith, hope, charity 
Phil. 1. 25 I know that I shall abide and continue 

2 Ti. 2. 13 If we believe not, (yet) he abideth 

4. 20 Erastus abode at Corinth ; but Trophimus 
Heb. 7. 3 Without father, .abideth a priest 
1 Pe. 1. 23 word of God, which liveth and abideth 

1 Jo. 2. 6 He that saith he abideth in him ought 

2. 10 He that loveth his brother abideth in 
2. 14 strong, and the word of God abideth in 
2. 17 he that doeth the will of God abideth for 
2. 24 Let that [therefore] abide in you, which 
2. 27 abideth in you, and. .ye shall abide in him 

2. 28 And now, little children, abide in him 

3. 6 Whosoever abideth in him sinneth not 
3. 14 He that loveth not. .abideth in death 

3. 15 no murderer hath eternal life abiding in 
3. 24 we know that he abideth in us, by the 

2 Jo. 9 abideth not in . . doctrine . . He that abideth 

19. To remain alongside, irapafx^vcc para-^meno. 
1 Co. 16. 6 And it may be that I will abide, yea 

20. To do, make, TroUta poied. 

Acts 20. 3 And (there) abode three months 

21. To remain behind, vtvo{x4vo> hupo-meno. 
Acts 17. 14 but Silas and Timotheus abode there 

ASIDE, to be able to — 

To contain, bear, 7)2 kul, 5. 

Jer. 10. 10 the nations shall not be able to abide his 
ABIDE all night, to — 
To lodge, pass the night, pS lun. 

Gen. 19. 2 we will abide in the street all night 

Lev. 19. 13 shall not abide with thee all night 
ABIDE behind, to — 
To stand, stand still, remain, TDj; amad. 

1 Sa. 30. 10 two hundred abode behind, which were 
ABIDE, can — 
To contain, bear, ^3 kul, 5. 

Joel 2. 11 the day of the LORD, .who can abide it? 
ABIDE fast, to — 
To cleave, adhere, purstte, p3*n dabeq. 

Ruth 2. 8 abide here fast by 'my maidens 
ABIDE in, to — 
To remain on, continue, 4Tri/j.4vto epi-mend. 

Rom. ii. 23 and they also, if they abide not still in 

Phil. 1. 24 Nevertheless to abide in the flesh (is) 
ABIDE in the field, to — 
To be in a fold in the fold, aypav\eu> agrauleo. 

Luke 2. 8 were, .shepherds abiding in the field „ 
ABIDE, to make to — 
To cause to sit or dwell, settle, 3g>; jashab, 5. 

1 Sa. 30. 21 whom they had made also to abide 

ABIDE still, to — 

To remain towards, or on, irpoafievto pros-menu. 

1 Ti. 1. 3 As I besought thee to abide still at Eph. 
ABIDE with, to — 
To be joined, ny? lavnh. 

Eccl. 8. 15 forthat shall abide with him of his labour 

ABIDING — 

1. To sit, sit still, dwell, atf; yashab. 

Judg. 16. 9 Now (there were) men., abiding with her 

16. 12 And (there were) liers in wait abiding in 
"l.ITnpc, expectation, ri)pp miqveh. 

1 Ch. 29. 15 and (there is) none abiding 
■j. To he admitted, join oneself to, n^p saphach, 7. 
1 Sa. 26. 19 driven me out this day from abiding in 

A-BI'-EL, Sn'Hx fatlicr of might. 

1. Son of Zeror, and father of Ner, and of Kish 
who was father of Saul the first king of Israel. 

1 Sa. q. 1 a man of Benjamin. .Kish, the son of A. 

14. 51 Ner the father of Abner (was), .son of A. 

2. One of David's thirty mighty men, called ABI- 
albon in 2 Sa. 23. 31. 

1 Ch. 11. 32 A. the Arhathitc 



A-BI-E'-ZER, 1}% lit father of help. 

1. A descendant of Manasseh, probably the same as 
Jeezer, son of Gilead, Num. 26. 30. 

Josh. 17. 2 was also (a lot) for. .the children of A. 

1 Ch. 7. 18 sister Haiumoleketh bare Ishod, and A. 

2. A district in Manasseh inhabited by the Abiezrites. 

Judg. 6. 34 came upon Gideon, .and A. was gathered 
8. 2 gleaning of . . better than the vintage of A. 1 

3. A native of Anathoth in Benjamin (now Anata), two 
miles E. uf Gibeah, and one and a-half hours from 
Jerusalem, on the other side of the Wady Selam. 

2 Sa. 23. 27 A. the Anethothite 
1 Ch. 11. 28 A. the Autothite 

27. 12 ninth (captain), .(was) A. the Anetothitc 

A-BI-EZ-RITE, Hjwn \?ij belonging to Abiczer. 

The Abiezrites were descendants of Manasseh the elder 

son of Juseph. 

Judg. 6. 11 oak. .that (pertained) unto Joasli the A. 
6. 24 altar, .yet in Ophrah of the A. 

8. 3^ buried, .in Ophrah of the A. 

A-BI-GA'-IL, *?T?x source or cause of delight. 

1. Wife of Nabal the Carmelite ; she met and pacified 
David, and afterwards became his wife, and was the 
mother of Daniel or Chileab. 

1 Sa. 25. 3 Nabal ; and the name of his wife A. 

25. 14 But one of the young men told A. 
25. 18 Then A. made haste, and took two 
25. 23 And when A. saw David, she hasted, and 
25. 32 And David said to A., Blessed (be) the 
25. 36 And A. came to Nabal ; and, behold, 
25. 39 David sent and communed with A., to 
25. 40 the servants of David were come to A. to 

25. 42 And A. hasted, and arose, and rode upon 

27. 3 David dwelt with Achish. .and A. the 
30. 5 David's two wives were taken captives . . A. 

2 Sa. 2. 2 David went up. .and A. Nabal's wife 

3. 3 And his second, Chileab, of A. the wife of 

1 Ch. 3. 1 the second Daniel, of A. the Carmelitess 

2. A daughter of Nahash or of Jesse, and sister or 
niece of Zeruiah. She was the mother of Amasa, 
whom Absalom made captain in place of Joab. 

2 Sa. 17. 25 Itbra. .went in to A., the daughter of N 
1 Ch. 2. 16 [David]. . whosesisters(were)Zeruiahifc A. 

2. 17 And A. bare Amasa: and the father of 

A-BI-GIB-E'-ON, pjQJ '?x father of Gibeon. 
A descendant of Benjamin who dwelt at Gibeon ; 
his family afterwards settled at Jerusalem. In the 
commou version this name is translated as a patro- 
nymic ; but as it occurs in a list of persons specially 
named, it seems to denote an individual. 

1 Ch. 8. 29 And at Gibeon dwelt the father of Gibeon 

A-BI-HA'-LL, ^n*3x father of might. 

1. A Levite, father of Zuriel, the chief of the Merarites 
in the time of Moses. 

Num. 3. 35 the chief, .(was) Zuriel the son of A. 

2. The wife of Abishur, a descendant of Hezron of 
Judah. 

1 Ch. 2. 29 the name of the wife of Abishur (was) A. 

3. Head of a family of the tribe of Gad. 

iCh. 5. 14 These (are) the children of A. theson ofH. 

4. A daughter of Eliab David's brother, aud wife of 
Rehoboam. 

2 Ch. 11. 18 Rehoboam took. , A. the daughter of E. 

5. Father of Esther, the niece of Mordecai, who be- 
came queen of Persia as wife of Ahasuerus {i.e. , 
Xerxes), in the stead of Vashti. 

Esth. 2. 15 the turn of Esther, the daughter of A. 

9. 29 Esther, .daughter of A., and Mordecai 

A-BI'-HU, MiT^n he is my father. 

A son of Aaron, who was destroyed with his 

brother Nadab for offering strange fire. 

Exod. 6. 23 Elisheba. .bare him Nadab, and A., Eleaz. 

24. 1 Come up unto the LORD, thou, and. .A. 

24. 9 Then went up Moses, .and A., and 

28. 1 take thou, .that he may minister. .A. 
Lev. 10. 1 And Nadab and A., the sous of Aaron 
Num. 3. 2 (are) the names of the sons of Aaron. .A. 

3. 4 And Nadab and A. died before the Lord 

26. 60 And unto Aaron was born. A. 

26. 61 And Nadab aud A. died, when they 
1 Ch. 6. 3 The sobs also of Aaron; Nadab, and A. 
24. 1 The sons of Aaron ; Nadab, and_A., E. 
24. 2 But Nadab and A. died before their 

A-EI'-HUD, -\W2.x father of honour. 
A son of Bela, son of Benjamin. 

1 Ch. 8. 3 And the sons of Eela. .Addar. .and. .A. 

A-BI'-JAH, ,t^n my father is Jah. 

1. A son of Jeroboam who died in youth. 

1 Ki. 14. 1 At that time A. the son of Jeroboam fell 

2. A priest in the time of David, to whom it fell by lot 
to be the head of the eighth course in the service of the 
temple. See Abiah. 

1 Ch. 24. 10 the eighth (lot came forth) to A. 

26. 20 And of the Levites, A. (was) over the 

3. A son of Rehoboam. His mother was Maachah, a 
daughter of Absalom. 

2CI1. 11. 20 Maachah. .daughter of Absnlom. .bare A. 
11. 22 Rehoboam made A. . the chief, (to be) 



ABIJAM 



ABLE 



2 Ch. 12. 16 and A. his sou reigned in his stead 

13. 1 in the eighteenth year, .began A. to reign 
13. 2 And there was war between A. and J. 
13. 3 And A. set the battle in array with an 
13. 4 And A. stood up upon mount Zemaraim 
13. 15 God smote. .Israel before A. and Judaii 
13. 17 And A. and his people slew them with a 
13. 19 And A. pursued after Jeroboam, and took 
13. 20 Neither did Jeroboam, .iu the days of A. 
13. 21 Eut A. waxed mighty, and married 

13. 22 And the rest of the acts of A., aud his 

14. 1 So A. slept with his fathers, and they 

4. Mother of Ilezekiah, king of Judah. 

2 Ch. 29. i And his mother's name (was) A., the 

5. A priest that sealed the covenant made by Xehemiah 
aud the people to serve the LORD. 

Neh. 10. 7 Meshullam, Abijah, Mijamin 
G. A priest that went up from Babylon with Zeruhhabel. 
Perhaps the same as the preceding. 

Neh. T2. 1-4 these (are) the priests. .Iddo, G. and A. 
12. 12-17 tae chief of the fathers. .01 A., Ziclui 
A-BI'-JAM, c;^N father of light. 

The name of Rehoboam's son who succeeded his father 
as king of Judah ; in 2 Chrunicles he is called Abijah. 

1 Ki. 14. 31 And A. his son reigned in his stead 

15. 1 in the eighteenth year, .reigned A. over 
15. 7 Now the rest of the acts of A. and all that 
15. 7 And there was war between A. aud J. 

15. 8 And A. slept with his fathers ; and they 

AE-I-LE'-NE, 'A&ik7}V7} region of Abila. 
A province or tetrarchy, situated at the extreme X. of 
Palestine, and E. of the Jordan ; it was so named from 
the city Abila or Abela(now.4bi7), which is about twenty 
miles N.W. of Damascus towards Baalbek or Heliopolis, 
lying among the mountains of Antilibauus, iu lat. 33 
30 V, long. 36 1 a' E. In the time of John the Baptist 
bvsAMAS was its tetrarch. It was given by Claudius 
to Herod Agrippa, A.D. 53. 

Luke 3. 1 and Lysauias the tetrarch of Abileue 
ABILITY— 
1. Power, strength, wealth, nb koach. 

Ezra 2. 69 They gave after their ability unto the 

Dan. 1. 4 and such as (had) ability in them to stand 
2. To (cause to) reach, attain, ft'i nasag, 5. 

Lev. 27. 8 shall value him ; according to his ability 
3. Sufficiency \ fulness, abundance, ^ dai. 

Neh. 5. 8 We after our ability have redeemed our 
4.Poiver, might, strength, Bvi/afj.is dunamis. 

Matt.25. 15 to every man acco. to his several ability 
5. To go on well, €ir7rop4ofia.i eu-por eomai. 

Acts 11. 29 disciples, every man acco. to his ability 
G. Strength, vigour, iVx^s- ischus. 

1 Pe. 4. 11 if any man minister, .as of the ability 
AB-I-MA'-EL, ^N'^'^k my father is God. 
A son of Joktan of "the family of Shem. The place 
where Abimael's descendants settled is still unknown, 
but it is supposed to have been in some part of 
Arabia-Petra;a. 

Gen. 10. 26-28 And Joktan begat Almodad. .and A. 

1 Ch. 1. 20-22 And Joktan begat Almodad. .and A. 
A-BI-2LE-LECH, -Ss'nx father of the king. 

1. King of Gerar in the time of Abraham. 

Gen. 20. 2 and A. king of Gerar sent, aud took Sarah 
20. 3 God came to A. in a dream by night 
20. 4 But A. had not come near her : and he 
20. 8 Therefore A. rose early iu the morning 
20. 9 Then A. called Abraham, and said 
20. 10 And A. said unto Abraham, What 
20. 14 And A. took sheep, aud oxen, and men- 
20. 15 And A. said, Behold, my laud (is) before 
20. 17 So Abraham prayed, .and God healed A. 

20. 18 closed up all the wombs of the house of A. 

21. 22 A. aud Phiehol. .spake unto Abraham 
21. 25 Abraham reproved A. because of a well 
21. 25 which A.'s servants had violently taken 
21. 26 And A. said, I wot not who hath done 
21. 27 Abraham took sheep, .gave them unto A. 
21. 29 Aud A. said uuto Abraham, What (mean) 
21. 32 then A. rose up, aud. .returned into the 
26. 1 And Isaac weut unto A. king of the 

26. 8 A. king of the Philistines looked out at a 
26. 9 And A. called Isaac, aud said, Behold 
26. 10 And A. said, What (is) this thou hast 
26. 11 And A. charged all (his) people, saying 
26. 16 And A. said unto Isaac, Go from us ; for 
26. 26 Then A. went to him from Gerar, and 

2. Son of Gideon by a concubine in Shechem. 

Judg. 8.30-31 Gideon had. .a son, whose name.. A. 
9. 1 And A. . .went to Shechem unto his 
9. 3 their hearts inclined to follow A.; for 
9. 4 A. hired vain and light persons, -which 
9. 6 made A. king, by the plain of the pillar 
9. 16 have done truly, .in that ye have made A. 
9. 18 made A. . .king over the men of Shechem 
9. 19 rejoice ye in A., and let him also rejoice 
9. 20 let fire come out from A., and devour the 
9. 20 let fire, .men of Shechem. .and devour A. 
g. 21 And Jotham ran away, .for fear of A. his 
9. 22 A. had reigned three years over Israel 
9. 23 God sent an evil spirit between A. and 
9. 23 the men of S. dealt treacherously with A. 
9. 24 and their blood lie laid upon A. their 
9. 25 the men oi Shechem set Uers. .was told A. 



Judg. 9. 27 they went . . and did eat and drink, aud . . A. 
9. 28 Gaai the son of Ebed said, Who (is) A. 
9. 29 would I remove A. And he saith to A. 
9. 31 And he sent messengers unto A. privily 
9. 34 And A. rose up, and all the people that 
9. 35 and A. rose up, and the people that (were) 
9. 38 Who (is) A., Uiat we should serve him? 
9. 39 And Gaal went out. .and fought with A. 
9 40 And A. chased him, aud he lied before 
9. 41 And A. dwelt at Arumah : and Zebul 
9. 42 people weut . . iuto the lield ; and . . told A. 
9. 44 Aud A., and the company that (was) with 
9. 45 And A. fought against the city all that 
9. 47 Aud it was told A., that all the men of 
9. 48 And A. gat him up to mount Zalmon, he 
9. 48 aud A. touk an ax in his hand, and cut 
9. 49 and followed A., aud put (them) to the 
9. 50 Then went A. to Thebez, aud encamped 
9. 52 And A. came uuto the tower, and fought 
9. 53 And a certain woman -cast, .upon A.'s 
9. 55 when the men of Israel saw that A. was 
9. 56 Thus God rendered the wickedness of A. 
10. 1 And after A. there arose to defend Israel 

2 Sa. 11. 21 Who smote A. the son of Jerubbeshethv 

3. Father or son of Abiathar the high priest iu the time 
of David. In one passage he is called Ahimelech. 

1 Ch. 18. 16 and A. the son of Abiathar, (were) the 

4. In the title of Psa. 34 this name is given apparently 
to Achish king of Gath, to whom David had tied, as 
stated in 1 Sa. 21. 10. 

Psa. 34. title, of David, .his behaviour before A. 

A-BI-NA-DAB, lysis father or source of liberality. 

1. An Israelite of the tribe of Judah, who lived near 
Kirjath-jearim, and in whose house the ark was placed 
after beiug sent back by the Philistines. 

1 Sa. 7. 1 and brought it into the house of A. in the 

2 Sa. 6. 3 out of the house of A. . .the sons of A. 

6. 4 And they brought it out of the house of A. 
1 Ch. 13. 7 carried the ark. .out of the house of A. 

2. Second sou of Jesse, the father of David. 

1 Sa. 16. 8 Then Jesse called A., and made him pass 
17. 13 Eliab the first-born, and next unto him A. 
1 Ch. 2. 13 Jesse begat his first-born Eliab, and A. 

3. A son of king Saul slain at Gilboa by the Philistines, 
together with his brother Jonathan. 

1 Sa. 31. 2 and the Philistines slew Jonathan, and A. 

1 Ch. 8. 33 Saul. .Jonathan, and Malchi-shua, and A. 

9. 39 Saul . . Jonathan, and Malchi-shua, and A. 

10. 2 and the Philistines slew Jonathan, aud A. 

4. Father of one of Solomon's officers, who was set over 
Dor in the territory of Issachar. 

1 Ki. 4. 11 The son of A., in all the region of Dor 
A-BI-NO'-AM, Cj.'j'?N father of pleasantness. 
Father of Barak (of the tribe of Naphtali), an Israelite, 
who defeated the army of Jabin, B.C. 1296. 

Judg. 4. 6 she sent and called Barak the son of A. 

4. 12 shewed Sisera that Barak the son of A. 

5. 1 sang Deborah and Barak the son of A. 

5. 12 lead thy captivity captive, thou sou of A. 

A-BI'-RAIH, irvnx father of elevation-. 

1. A son of Eliab, a Reubenite, who with Dathan his 
brother, Koran a Levite, and On a Reubenite, conspired 
against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness, and perished 
with his accomplices. 

Num 16. 1 Now Korah . . and Dathan and A. . . took 
16. i2 And Moses sent to call Dathan and A. , the 
16. 24 the tabernacle of Korah, Dathan, and A. 
16. 25 Moses rose up and went unto Dathan. .A. 
16. 27 theygatupfromthetabernacleof . .and A. 
16. 27 and Dathan and A. came out, and stood 
26. 9 sons of Eliab ; Nemuel, aud Dathan, and A. 
26. 9 This (is that) Dathan and A., (which were) 

Deut 11. 6 And what he did unto Dathan and A. 

Psa. 106. 17 The earth, .covered the company of A. 

2. First-born son of Hiel the Bethelite, who began to 
rebuild Jericho. He died when his father laid the foun- 
dations of that city, as Joshua had foretold of him. 
(Josh. 6. 26). 

1 Ki. 16. 34 he laid the foundation thereof in A. his 
A-EI'-SEAG, j^"3n father of error, i.e., cause 

of wandering. 
A beautiful damsel of the town of Shunem in Issachar. 
She was employed to nurse David in his old age. 

1 Ki. 1. 3 they, .found A. a Shunammite, <fc brought 

1. x5 and A. the Shunammite ministered unto 
2. 17 Speak, .unto Solomon., that he give me A. 

2. 21 Let A. the Shunammite be given to A. thy 
2. 22 why dost thou ask A. the Shunammite 

A-BI'-SHAI, 'v*2it source of wealth. 
A son of David's sister Zeruiah, and a bi'other of Joah. 
After numerous victories, and slaying the Philistine 
giant Ishbibenob, he obtained a place among David's 
thirty valiant men. In the margin of 1 Ch. 18. 12, he is 
called Abshai. 

1 Sa. 26. 6 David, .said to A. . .And A. said, I will 
26. 7 So David and A. came to the people by 
26. 8 Then said A. to David, God hath delivered 
26. 9 And David said to A., Destroy him not 
2Sa. 2. 18 And there were, .there, Joab, and A., and 

2. 24 Joab also and A. pursued after Abner 

3. 30 Joab and A. his brother slew Abner 
10 10 he delivered into the hand of A. his 

10. 14 then fled they also before A., and entered 



2 Sa. 16. 9 Then said A. . .Why should this dead dog 
16. 11 David said to A. . . Behold, my son, which 
18. 2 sent . . a third part under the hand of A. 
18. 5 And the king commanded Joab and A. 

18. 12 the king charged thee and A. and Ittai 

19. 21 But A. . .answered and said, Shall not S. 

20. 6 David said to A., Now shall Sheba the 
20. 10 Joab and A. Ins brother pursued after 
21. 17 But A. . .succoured him, and smote the 
23. 18 And A. . .was chief among three. And he 

1 Ch. 2. 16 And the sons of Zeruiah ; A., and Joab 
11. 20 And A. the brother of Joab, he was chief 
18. 12 Moreover, A. . .slew of the Edomites 
19. 11 he delivered into the hand of A. his 
19. 15 they likewise lied before A. . . and entered 

A-BI-SHA'-LOM, ciSyrriK father of peace. 

Father of Maachah, wife of Jeroboam ; in2Ch. n. 20,21, 

the name is Absalom. 

1 Ki.15. 2 hismother'snnme(was)Maachah..of Abi. 
15. 10 hismother'suame(was)Maachah. .of Abi. 

A-BI-SHTJ'-A, ywis father of safety. 

1. Son of Phinehas, grandson of Aaron. 

1 Ch. 6. 4 EleazarbegatPhinehas.Phinehasbegat A. 
6. 5 And A. begat Bukki, and Bukki begat 
6. 50 these (are) the sons of Aaron; Eleazar..A. 

Ezra 7. 5 A., the son of Phinehas, the son of Eleazar 

2. A son of Bela the son of Benjamin. 

1 Ch. 8. 4 [sons of Bela were, Addar]. .And A. and 
1 A-BI'-SHUR, t^'^n father of oxen. 
A sou of Shammai the grandson of Jerahmeel, the great- 
grandson of Judah. 

1 Ch. 2. 28 the sons of Shammai ; Nadah, and A. 

2. 29 the name of the wife of A. (was) Abihail 

A-EI'-TAL, Si^n source of dew. 

A wife of David and mother of his fourth son She- 

phatiah. 

2 Sa. 3. 4 and the fifth, Shephatiah the son of A. 
1 Ch. 3. 3 The fifth, Shephatiah of A. 

A-BI'-TUB, 210»5« source of good. 

A son of Shahariam, a descendant of Benjamin. In the 

common version it is Ahitub. 

1 Ch. 8. 11. And of Hushim he begat A., and Elpaal 
A-BI'-TTD, H.T5N father of honour. 
A son of Zerubbabel, omitted in 1 Ch. 3. 19. 

Matt. 1. 13 And Zorobabel begat A.; and A. begat 
AEJECTS, smitten, striclcen, .133 nekeh. 

Psa. 35. 15 the abjects gathered themselves together 
ABLE — 
1. Sufficiency, fulness, abundance, >r ldai. 

Lev. 5. 7 if he be not able to bring a lamb 

12. 8 if she be not able to bring a lamb 
25. 26 And if. .himself be able to redeem it 

25. 28 if he be not able to restore (it) to him 
2. Strength, might, *?:n chayil. 

Exod 18. 21 shalt provide out of all the people able 

18. 25 And Moses chose able men out of ali 
iCh". 9. 13 very able men for the work of the service 

26. 8 able men for strength for the service 

'S.Power, strength, na koach. 

1 Ch. 29. 14 we should be able to offer so willingly 

2 Ch. 2. 6 who is able to build him an house, seeing 
Ezra 10. 13 we are not able to stand without, neither 

4. Powerful, mighty, strong, §vvclt6s dunatos. 
Luke 14. 31 consulteth whether he be able with ten 
Acts 25. 5 Let them therefore, .among you are able 
Rom. 4. 21 what he had promised, he was able also 
11. 23 for God is able to graff them in again 
14. 4 for God is able to make him stand 
2 Co. 9. 8 God (is) able to make all grace abound 
2 Ti. 1. 12 am persuaded that he is able to keep 
Tit. 1. 9 that he may be able by sound doctrine 
Heb. 11. 19 Accounting that God (was) able to raise 
Jas. 3. 2 (and) able also to bridle the whole body 

5. Sufficient, Ikclv6s hikanos. 

2 Tim 2. 2 who shall be able to teach others also 
ABLE, be — 

Gift of the Hand, t n£D, T rijp;? mattath yad. 
Deut 16. 17 Every man (shall give) as he is able 
Eze. 46. 5 for the lambs as he shall be able to give 
46. 11 and to the lambs as he is able to give 
ABLE, to be — 
l.To be able, h'2] yakol. 
• Gen. 15. 5 tell the stars, if thou be able to number 
Exod 10. 5 that one cannot be able to see the earth 
18. 18 thou art not able to perform it thyself 
18. 23 thou shalt be able to endure, and all this 
40. 35 And Moses was not able to enter into the 
Num. 1 1. 14 I am not able to bear all this people 

13. 30 for we are well able to overcome it 

13. 31 We be not able to go up against the people 

14. 16 the Lord was not able to bring this people 
22. 11 peradventure I shall be able to overcome 
22. 37 am I not able indeed to promote thee 

Deut. 1. 9 I am not able to bear you myself alone 
9. 28 Because the Lord was not able to bring 
14. 24 thou art not able to carry it 
Judg. 8. 3 what was I able to do in comparison of 
1 Sa. 6. 20 Who is able to stand before this holy Lord 
17. 9 If he be able to fight with me, and to 
t r. 33 Thou art net able to go against th-s 



ABLE 



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ABOMINATION 



i Ki. 3. 9 who is able to judge this thy so great a 

9, 2i were not able utterly to destroy 
2Ki. 18. 23 if thou be able on thy part to set riders 

18. 29 he shall not be aide to deliver you 

2 Ch. 7. 7 the brasen altar, .was not able to receive 

32. 13 were the gods, .any ways able to deliver 

33. 14 that your God should be able to deliver 

32. 15 no god. .was able to deliver his people 
Neft. 4. 10 so that we are not able to build the wall 
i'sa. 18. 30 wounded them that they wore Soot able to 

ax. 11 a mischievous device, .they are not able 
36. i2 cast down, and shall not be able to rise 
40. 12 so that I am not able to look up 
Eccl. 8. 17 yet shall not he be able to find (it) 
Isa. 36. 8 I will give thee.. if thou be able on thy 
36. 14 he shall not be able to deliver you 
47. 11 thou shalt not be able to put it off 
47. 12 if so be thou shalt be able to profit 
Jer. 11. 11 they shall not be able to escape 

49. 10 he shall not be able to hide himself 
Lam. 1. 14 hands, (from whom) I am not able to rise 
Eze. 7. 19 their gold shall not be able to deliver 

33. 12 neither shall the righteous be able to live 
Dan. 3. 17 our God, ..is able to deliver us from the 

4. 18 the wise (men) of my kingdom are not a. to 
4. 37 those that walk in pride he is able to 
6. 20 is thy God. .able to deliver thee from the 
Amos 7. 10 the land is not able to bear all his words 
Zeph. 1. iS nor their gold shall be able to deliver 

2. To be able, Sn? kehal. 

Dan. 2. 26 Art thou able to make known unto me 

4. 18 thou (art) able ; for the spirit of the holy 

3. To (cause the hatid to) reach, attain, yyinasag, 5. 

Lev. 5. 7 if he be not able to bring a lamb 

5. 11 if he be not able to bring two turtledoves 
12. 8 if she be not able to bring a lamb 

14. 22 And two turtledoves or . . such as he is able 
14. 31 (Even) such as he is able to get 

14. 32 whose hand is not able to get (that which) 
25. 26 And if. .himself be able to redeem it 

25. 28 if he be not able to restore (it) to him 
25. 49 if he be able, he may redeem himself 

4. To keep in, restrain, detain, "isy atsnr. 

1 Ch. 29. 14 we should be able to offer so willingly 
2CI1. 2. 6 but who is able to build him an house 
20. 37 they were not able to go to Tarshish 

5. To find, meet, come on, N^t? matsa. 

Lev. 12. 8 if she be not able to bring a lamb 

25. 28 if he be not able to restore (it) to him 
[See also Bear, bring, get, go, go forth, stand] 

6. To be powerful, have power, Svj/a/j.ai dunama/i. 
Matt. 3. 9 God is able of these stones to raise up 

9. 28 Believe ye that I am able to do this? 
10. 28 but are not able to kill the soul 
10. 28 which is able to destroy both soul and 

19. 12 He that is able to receive (it), let him 

20. 22 Are ye able to drink. .We are able 

22. 46 And no man was able to answer him a 

26. 61 I am able to destroy the temple of God 
Mark 4. 33 they were able to hear (it) 

Luke 1. 20 thou shalt be dumb, and not able to 
3. 8 God is able of these stones to raise up 

12. 26 If ye then be not able to do that 

21. 15 your adversaries shall not be able to 
.Tohn 10. 29 no (man) is able to pluck (them) out of my 
Acts 20. 32 his grace, which is able to build you up 
Kom. 8. 39 nor any other creature, shall be able to 

J5. 14 filled with all knowledge, able also to 

1 Co. 3. 2 ye were not able, .yet now are ye able 

6. 5 no, not one that shall be able to judge 
10. 13 you to be tempted above that ye are able 
10. 13 that ye may be able to bear (it) 

2 Co. 1. 4 that we may be able to comfort them 
Eph. 3. 20 Now unto him that is able to do exceeding 

6. 11 that ye may be able to stand against 
6. 13 that ye may be able to withstand in the 

6. 16 wherewith ye shall be able to quench 
Tbil. 3. 21 the working whereby he is able even to 

2 Ti. 3. 7 and never able to come to the knowledge 

3. 15 scriptures, which are able to make thee 
Heb. 2. 18 he is able to succour them that are 

5. 7 unto him that was able to save him from 

7. 25 Wherefore he is able also to save them 
Jas. 1. 21 engrafted word, which is able to save 

4. 12 one lawgiver, who is able to save and to 
Jude 24 Now unto him that is able to keep you 
Rev. 5. 3 And no man. .was able to open the book 

6. 17 and who shall be able to staud? 

13. 4 the beast? who is able to make war with 

15. 8 and no man was able to enter into the 

1 .To have full power, ££to-xvv e.rischuo. 

Eph. 3. 18 [that ye], .may be able to comprehend 
8. To have, hold, possess, e^w echo. 

2 Pe. 1. 15 that ye may be able after my decease 
0.7*0 have power, la-xvoo ischuo. 

Luke 13. 24 will seek to enter in, and shall not he abb' 

14. 29 the foundation.andisnot able to llnisb(it) 

14. 30 to build, and was not able to finish 
John sx. 6 and now they were not able to draw it 
Acts 6. 10 And they were not able to resist the 

15. 10 neither our fathers nor we were able to 
ABLE to endure, to be — 

The foot (lit according /<> th-~ /',.,,/ <>f),^iiregel. 

Gen. 33. 14 according as.. the children be* able boe: (3 
ABLE, to make — 
To mol\- sufficient, lnavou> IUko 

2 Co. 3 Who also hath made us aide ministers of 



AB'-NEE (or A-U-ncr), 112K father of light. 

Son of Saul's uncle Ner, and captain of Saul's army. 

From his relationship to the king, and Ins force of 

character, he exercised great influence during Sauls 

reign as well as afterwards. _ 

iSa. 14. 50 the name of the captain of his host(was)A. 
14. 51 and Ner the father of A. (was) the son 
17- 55 Saul, .said unto A. ..A., whose son (is) 
17. 55 And A. said (As) thy soul liveth, king 
17. 57 A. took him, and brought him before 
20. 25 and A. sat by Saul's side, and David's 
26. 5 and A. the son of Ner, the captain of his 
26. 7 but A. and the people lay round about 
26. 14 David cried to the people, and to A. the 
26. 14 saying, Answerest thou not, A.? Then A. 

26. 15 David said to A. (Art)not thou a(valiant) 
2 Sa. 2. 8 But A. the son of Ner, captain of Saul's 

2. 12 And A. the son of Ner, and the servauts 
2. 14 And A. said to Joab, Let the young men 
2. 17 there was a very sore battle, .and A. was 
2. 19 And Asahel pursued after A. ; and in 
2. 19 nor to the left from following A. 
2. 20 Then A. looked behind him, and said 
2. 21 And A. said to him, Turn thee aside 
2. 22 And A. said again to Asahel, Turn thee 
2. 23 he refused to turn aside : wherefore A. 
2. 24 Joab also and Abisbai pursued after A. 
2. 25 gathered themselves together after A., 
2. 26 Then A. called to Joab, and said, Shall 
2. 29 And A. and his men walked all that 
2. 30 And Joab returned from following A. 

2. 31 had smitten of Benjamin, and of A.'s men 

3, 6 that A. made himself strong for the house 
3. 7 and (Ishbosheth) said to A., Wherefore 
3. 8 Then was A. very wroth for the words of 
3. 9 So do God to A., and more also, except 
3. 11 And he could not answer A. a word again 
3. 12 And A. sent messengers to David on his 
3. 16 Then said Abuer unto him, Go, return 

3. 17 And A. had communication with the 
3. 19 And A. also spake in the ears of Benjamin 
3. 19 and A. went also to speak in the ears of 
3. 20 So A. came to David to Hebron, and 
3. 20 And David made A. and the men that 
3. 21 And A. said unto David, I will arise 
3. 21 And David sent A. away; and he went 
3. 22 but A. (was) not with David in Hebron 
3. 23 A. the son of Ner came to the king, and 
3. 24 behold, A. came unto thee ; why (is) it 
3. 25 Thou knowest A. the son of Ner, that he 
3. 26 when Joab was come . . he sent . . after A. 
3. 27 And when A. was returned to Hebron 
3. 28 guiltless, .for ever from the blood of A. 
3. 30 So Joab and Abishai his brother slew A. 
3. 31 and gird you with sackcloth, and mourn 
3. 32 And they buried A. in Hebron : and the 
3. 32 the king, .wept at the grave of Abner 
3. 33 And the king lamented over A., and said 
3. 33 the king, .said, Died A. as a fool dieth? 

3. 37 it was not of the king to slay A . the son of 

4. 1 when Saul's son heard that A. was dead 
4. 12 and buried (it) in the sepulchre of A. in 

1 Ki. 2. 5 unto A. the son of Ner, and unto 

2. 32 A. the son of Ner, captain of the host of 

1 Ch. 26. 28 Saul the son of Kish, and A. the son of 

27. 21 of Benjamin, Jaasiel the son of A. 
ABOARD, to go — 

To go on or upon, 4iri$aha} epibai?w. 

Acts 21. 2 finding a ship, .we went aboard, and set 
ABODE— 
Home, mansion, permanent place, /xovfi mone. 

John 14. 23 will come unto him, and make our abode 
ABOLISH, to— 

1. To change, pans on or away, *\hn chalaph. 

Isa. 2. 18 And the idols he shall utterly abolish 

2. To make thoroughly inactive, Karapyew, katnrgrn. 

2 Co. 3. 13 look to the end of that which is abolished 
Eph. 2. 15 Having abolished in his flesh the enmity 
2TL 1. 10 Jesus Christ, who hath abolished death 

ABOLISHED, to be — 

1.2*o be broken down, cast down, nnn chathath, 2. 
Isa. 51. 6 my righteousness shall not be abolished 

2.7*0 wipe away, blot out, nnz machah, 2. 
Eze. 6. 6 and your works may be abolished 

ABOMINABLE — 

1. Indignation (worthy of), DJJT mam. 

Mic. 6. 10 the scant measure (thatis) abominable? 

'2. Abominable, impure thing, 7)Z$piffgul. 

Lev. 19. 7 on the third day, (it) is abominable 
Isa. 65. 4 broth of abominable (things is in) their 
Eze. 4. 14 neither came there abominable flesh into 

3, Abominable, detestable thing, yp& slieqets. 

Lev. 7. 21 unclean beast, or any abominable unclean 
Eze. 8. 10 behold every form of. .abominable beasts 

4. To be abominable, 3j*n taab, 2. 

Job 15. 16 Howmuchmoreabominableandfilthy(is) 
Isa. 14. 19 cast out of thy grave like an abominable 

6. Without law, unlawful, aOe/xiros Orthemitos. 

1 l'e. 4. 3 we walked in. .abominable idolatries 
6. Abominable, disgusting, /35e\uKvro's bdeluJctos. 

Titus 1. 16 in works, .deny (him), being abominable 
ABOMINABLE, to be— 
1. To be abominable, -vo taab, 2. 

1 Ch, 2i, < : < for the king's word was abominable to 



2. To have in abomination, &§s\v<ro~op.ai. 

Rev. 21. 8 But the. .abominable, .shall have their 
ABOMINABLE, to commit more — 
To do abominably, nyn taab, 5. 

Eze. 16. 52 thou hast committed more abomiuable 

ABOMINABLE CUSTOM— 

Abomination, n^yin toebah. 

Lev. 18. 30 commit not., of these abomiuable customs 
ABOMINABLE, to do — 
To do abominably, 3$in taab, 5. 

Psa. 14. 1 they have done abominable works 
53. 1 and have done abominable iniquity 

ABOMINABLE FILTH— 

Abominable, detestable thing, y>py shiqqids. 

Nah. 3. 6 And I w r ill cast abominable tilth upon 
ABOMINABLE IDOLS— 
Abominable, detestable thing, ]')pp shiqquts. 

2 Ch. 15. 8 and put away the abominable idols out of 

ABOMINABLE, to make— 

To act abominably, PpEJ shagals, 3. 

Lev. 11. 43 Ye shallnotmakeyourselvesabominable 
20. 25 ye shall not make your souls abominable 

ABOMINABLE thing— 

1. Abominable, impure thing, ?W3 piggul. 

Isa. 65. 4 and broth of abominable (things is in)their 

2. Abomination, nrjj/in toebah. 

Deut 14. 3 Thou shalt not eat any abominable thing 
Jer. 16. 18 carcases of their, .abominable things 
44. 4 Oh, do not this abominable tiling that I 

ABOMINABLY, to do- 
To do abominably, 3"$ taab, 5. 

1 Ki. 21. 26 And lie did very abominably in following 
ABOMINATION— 
1. Abominable, impure thing, 7?3| piggul. 

Lev. 7. 18 it shall be an abomination, and the 

2. Abominable, detestable thing, ppc* shiqqids. 
Deut. 29. 17 And ye have seen their abominations 

1 Ki. 11. 5 For Solomon weut after, .the ab. of 

11. 7 the abomination of Moab, in the hill 
11. 7 the abomination of the children of A. 

2 Ki. 23. 13 the abomination of the . .the abomination 

23. 24 and all the abominations that were spied 
Isa. 66. 3 theirsoul deUghteth in their abominations 
Jer, 4. 1 if thou wilt put away thine abominations 

7. 30 they have set their abominations in the 
13. 27 thine abominations on the hills in 

32. 34 But they set their abominations in the 
Eze. 5. 11 and with all thine abominations, therefore 
20. 7 Cast ye away every man the abominations 
20. 8 every man cast away the abominations of 
20. 30 and commit ye whoredom after their 
Dan. g. 27 for the overspreading of abominations he 

11. 31 they shall place the abomination that 

12. 11 andtheabomination that maketh desolate 
Hos. 9. 10 and (their) abominations were according 
Zeeh. 9. 7 And I will take away.. his abominations 

0. Abomination, detestation, J'i^ sheqets. 

Lev. 11. 10 they (shall be) an abomination unto you 
11. 11 abomination, .ye shall have, .in abomina. 
11. 12 that (shall be) an abomination unto you 
11. 13 and these, .ye shall have in abomination 
11. 20 All. .that creep . . (shall be)an abomination 
11. 23 But all (other) . . (shall be) an abomination 
11. 41 every creeping thing, .(shall be) an aboni. 

11. 42 for they (are) an abomination 

4. Abomination, nnyin toebah. 

Gen. 43. 32 for that (is) an abomination unto the 

46. 34 for every shepherd (is) an abomination 
Exod. 8. 26 we shall sacrifice the abomination of the 

8. 26 shall we sacrifice the abomination of the 
Lev. 18. 22 Thou shalt not lie with mankind, .abom. 

18. 26 and shall not commit (any) of these ab. 
18. 27 For all these abominations have the men 
18. 29 whosoever shall commit any of these ab. 
20. 13 both of them have committed an ab. 
Deut. 7. 25 for it (is) an abomination to the Lord thy 
7. 26 Neither shalt thou bring an abomination 

12. 31 for every abomination to the Lord, which 

13. 14 (that) such abomination is wrought 

17. 1 for that (is) an abomination unto the Lord 

17, 4 (that) such abomination is wrought in 

18. 9 to do after the abominations of those 
1 8. 12 all that do these things (are) an ab. 

18. 12 because of these abominations the Lord 

20. iS not to do after all their abominations 

22. 5 all that do so (are) abomination unto 

23. 18 these (are) abomination unto the Lord 

24. 4 for that (is) abomination before the Lord 

25. 16 (are) an abomination unto the Lord thy 
27. 15 Cursed (be) the man that maketh. .an ab. 

32. 16 with abominations provoked they him to 

1 Ki. 14. 24 according to all the abominations of the 

2 Ki. 16. 3 according to the abominations of the 

21. 2 after the abominations of the heathen 
21. 11 hath done these abominations, (and) hath 
23. 13 the abomination of. .the abomination of 

2Ch. 28. 3 after the abominations of the heathen 

33. 2 like unto the abominations of the heathen 

34. 33 And Josiahtookawayalltheabominations 
36. 8 and his abominations which he did, aud 






ABOMINATION 



ABOVE 



2 Ch. 36. 
Ezra 9. 



Psa. 
Prov. 



Jer. 



Mai. 



23- 

33- 
33- 
36. 
43- 
44. 

44- 
44. 



14 after all the abominations of the heathen 
1 (doing) according to their abominations 

11 with their abominations, which have 

14 people of these abominations? wouldest 
8 thou hast made me an abomination unto 

32 For the froward (is) abomination to the 

16 seven (are) an abomination unto him 

7 and wickedness (is) an abomination to 

1 A false balance (is) abomination to the 
20 They, .of a froward heart (are) ab. to the 

22 Lying lips (are) abomination to the Loud 
19 but (it is) abomination to fools to depart 

8 the wicked (is) an abomination to the 

9 The way of the wicked (is) an abomination 

26 The thoughts of the wicked (are) an ab. 

5 one (that is) proud in heart (is) an ab. 

12 (It is) au abomination to kings to 

15 even they both (are) abomination to the 

10 both of them (are) alike abomination to 

23 Divers weights (are) an abomination unto 

27 The sacrifice of the wicked (is) ab. 

9 the scorner (is) an abomination to men 

25 (there are) seven abominations in his 
9 even his prayer (shall be) abomination 

27 An unjust mau (is) au abomination to the 
27 upright in the way (is) abomination to 

13 incense is an abomination unto me 

24 an abomiuation (is he that) chooseth you 

19 shall I make the residue thereof an ab. ? 

7 and made mine heritage an abomination 
15 ashamed when they had committed ab. 

30 We are delivered to do all these ab. 

12 ashamed when they had committed ab. 

35 that they should do this abomination 
22 because of the abominations which ye 

9 I will not. .because of all thine ab. 

1 1 and with all thiue abominations, therefore 
9 for the evils, .in all their abominations 

11 Alas for all the evil abominations of the 

3 will recompense upon thee all thine ab. 

4 and thine abominations shall be in the 

8 will recompense thee for all thine ab. 

9 thine abominatious (that) are in the 

20 but they made the images of their ab. 

6 (even) the great abominations that the 
6 thou shalt see greater abominations 

9 behold the wicked abominations that 

13 thou shalt see greater abominations 

15 thou shalt see greater abominations than 

17 a light thing, .that they commit the ab. 
4 cry for all the abominations that be 

18 and all the abominations thereof from 

21 and their abominations, I will recompense 

16 that they may declare all their ab. 

6 turn away your faces from all your ab. 

2 cause Jerusalem to know her abomiuations 

22 And in all thine abominations and thy 

36 with all the idols of thy abominations 
43 lewdness above all thine abominatious 
47 nor done after their abominations : but 

50 and committed abomination before me 

51 thine abominations, .thine abominatious 
5S Thou hast borne, .thine abominations 

12 his eyes to the idols, hath committed ab. 

13 he hath done all these abominations; he 
24 doeth according to all the abominations 

4 cause them to know the abominations 
2 yea, thou shalt show her all her ab. 
11 And one hath committed abomination 
36 yea, declare unto them their abominations 

26 ye work abomination, and ye defile every 
29 because of all their abomiuations which 

31 your iniquities and for your abominations 
8 by their abominations that they have 

6 let it suffice you of all your abominations 

7 they have broken, .because of all your ab. 
13 and their abominations which they have 
11 and an abomination is committed in 



5. Abomination, fi§e\vy/j.a bdelugma. 

Matt 24. 15 shall see the abomination of desolation 
Mark 1 3. 14 ye shall see the abomination of 
Luke 16. 15 esteemed among men is abomination 
Rev. 1 7. 4 having a golden cup . . full of abominations 
17. 5 the mother of harlots and abominations 
21. 27 that defileth, neither, .worketh abomina. 

ABOMINATION, to be had in— 

To be stinking, abhorred, e>N2 baash 2. 

1 Sa. 13. 4 (that) Israel also was had in abomination 
ABOMINATION, to have in - 

To make detestable, j'p? shaqats, 3. 

Lev. 11. 11 shall have their carcases in abomination 
ABOUND, to— 
l.Many, much, enough, T} rah. 

Prov 28. 20 A faithful man shall abound with 
29. 22 and a furious man aboundeth in 

2. To be, become, make more, TrXeovafa pleonazo. 
Rom. 5. 20 offence might abound. But where sin ab. 

6. 1 continue in sin, that grace may abound ? 
Phil. 4. 17 fruit that may abound to your account 

2 Th. 1. 3 the charity of. .toward each other ab. 
2 Pe. 1. 8 if these things be in you, and abound 

3. To be multiplied, TrXnOvvui plethimo. 

Matt.24. 12 And because iniquity shall abound, the 

4. To be over and above, -Trepttro-euw jyemse?«>. 
Rom. 5. 15 the grace of God. .hath abounded unto 

15. 13 that ye may abound in hope, through the 
1 Co. 15. 58 always abounding in the work of the 



Eph. 
Phil. 



Col. 
1 Th. 



. 5 Tor as the sufferings of Christ abound in 
. 5 consolation also abouudeth by Christ 
. 2 abounded unto the riches of their 
. 7 Therefore, as ye aboundin everything, in) 
. 7 (see) that ye abound in this grace also 
. 8 that ye. .may abound to every good work 
. 8 Wherein he hath abounded toward us in 
. 9 that your love may abound yet more and 
. 12 I know how to abound . .both toabound 
. iS But I have all, and abound : I am 
. 7 abounding therein with thanksgiving 
. 1 (so) ye would abound more and more 



Song 
Jer. 



Eze. 



ABOUND, to make — 

To be over and above, 7repto-o"ei5w perisscuo. 

2 Co. 9. 8 God (is) able to make all grace abound 

1 Th. 3. 12 make you to. .abound In love one 

ABOTJND, to more — 

To be over and above, irtpLcraeia' perisseud. 

Rom. 3. 7 if the truth of God hath more abounded 

ABOUND, to much more — 

To be over abundant, virtpirepiao-eva). 

Rom. 5. 20 sin abounded, grace did much more ab. 

ABOUNDING with — 

To be, or become heavy, "na kabed, 2. 

Prov. S. 24 when, .no fountains abounding with 

ABOUT {Prep.)— 

1. Unto, to, hx el. 

2 Ki. 11. 7 even they shall keep the watch, .about 

2. For, in behalf of , "lya. Vad. 

Job 1. ioabout him, and about his house, and about 
Psa. 139. 11 even the night shall be light about me 

3. Before, in presence of, 133 neged. 

Neh. 13. 21 Why lodge ye about the wall? if ye do 

4. Round about, around, T3D sabib. 

Num. 2. 2 far off about the tabernacle of the 

16. 24 Get you up from about the tabernacle of 
Deut.17. 14 like as all the nations that (are) about 

2 Sa. 24. 6 they came to Dan-jaan, and about to 
1 Ki. 7. 23 round all about, and his height (was) 
" iS. 32 he made a trench about the altar, as 
Ezra 1. 6 they that (were) about them strengthened 
Neh. 5. 17 from among the heathen that (are) about 

6. 16 the heathen that (were) about us saw 
Job 29. 5 with me, (when) my children (were) about 
Psa. 89. 7 reverence of all. (that are) about him 

3. 7 threescore valiant men (are) about it, of 

17. 26 and from the places about Jerusalem, 

32. 44 and in the places about Jerusalem, and 

33. 13 and in the places about Jerusalem, and 
48. 17 All ye that are about him, bemoan him 

48. 39 so shall Moab be . .to all them about him 

49. 5 from all those that be about thee ; and 
1. 4 and a brightness (was) about it, and out 
5. 2 smite about it with a knife : and a 

12, 14 I will scatter, .all that (are) about him 
32. 22 his graves (are) about him : all of them 
36. 7 Surely the heathen that (are) about you 
43. 17 and the border about it (shall be) half a 
43. 17 bottom thereof (shall be) a cubit about 
Dan. 9. 16 a reproach to all (that are) about us 

5. On, upon, over, hy. al. 

Dan. 5. 7 and (have) a chain of gold about his neck 
5. 16 and (have) a chain of gold about thy neck 

5. 29 and (put) a chain of gold about his neck 
[See also Beset, bind, hounds, bring, carried, carry, 

cast, come, compass, fence, fetch, gad, give, go, 
go round, going, gone, lead, places, round, 
scatter, set, turn, turned, walk, whirl, winding, 
wrapped.] 

6. In among, by, with, eV en. 

Luke 2. 49 thatlmustbeaboutmyFather'sbusiness? 

7. On, upon, over, 4-kI epi (g. d. ac.) 

Matt 18. 6 a millstone were hanged about his neck 
Marki4. 51 alinen cloth cast about (his) naked (body) 
John 20. 7 the napkin, that was about his head 
Acts 11. 19 the persecution that arose about Stephen 

8. About, Kara kata. 

Acts 2. 10 and in the parts of Libya about Cyrene 

12. 1 Now about that time Herod the king 

27. 27 about midnight the shipmen deemed that 

9. Around, about, wepi peri (ac.ff.) 

Matt. 3. 4 and a leathern girdle about his loins 
8. 18 Jesus saw great multitudes about him 
20. 3 And he went out about the third hour 
20. 5 Again he went out about the sixth and 
20. 6 And about the eleventh hour he went out 
20. 9 that (were hired) about the eleventh hour 
46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried 
6 with a girdle of a skin about his loins 
8 and they about Tyre and Sidon, a great 
32 And the multitude sat about him, and 
34 on them which sat about him, and said 

6. 48 and about the fourth watch of the night 
9. 14 he saw a great multitude about them 

9. 42 a millstone were hanged about his neck 
Luke 10. 40 Martha was cumbered about much serving 
10. 41 careful and troubled about many things 

13. 8 till I shall dig about it, and dung (it) 
17. 2 a millstone were hanged about his neck 

John 3. 25 of John's disciples and the Jews about 
Acts 10. 9 went up. .to pray about the sixth hour 



Mark 



27. 

k 1. 
3- 
3- 
3- 



Acts 15. 2 the apostles and elders about this question 
ig. 23 there arose no small stir about that way 
22. 6 about noon, .a great light round about 
25. 15 About whom, when I was at Jerusalem 
25. 24 about whom all the multitude of the Jews 

1 Ti. 6. 4 but doting about questions and strifes 
Jude 7 and the cities about them in like manner 

9 he disputed about the body of Moses 
(About, they that were, ot irepi hoi peri). 
Maivk 4. 10 they that were about him with the twelve 
Luke 22. 49 When they which were about him saw 

10. Towards, wpo's pros (d. oc\) 

Mark 2. 2 not so much as about the door : and lie 
Rev. 1. 13 girt about the paps witli a golden girdle 

11. From round about, kvk\68<-v kuklotlien. 

Rev. 4. 8 had .each of them six wings about (him) 
ABOUT (adv.) :— 

1. Somewhere, wov pou. 

Rom. 4. 19 when he was about an hundred years old 

2. As, so as, is hOs. 

Mark 5.13 (they were about two thousand ;) and were 

8. 9 that had eaten were about four thousand 

Luke 2. 37 a widow of about fourscore and four years 

8. 42 only daughter, about twelve years of age 
John 1. 39 abode, .for it was about the tenth hour 

6. 19 rowed about five and twenty or thirty fur. 
11. 18 Bethany was. .about fifteen furlongs off 
Acts 1. 15 together were about an hundred and 

5. 7 about the space of three hours after, when 
13. 18 And about the time of forty years suffered 
13. 20 about the space of four hundred and fifty 
19. 34 about the space of two hours cried out 

Rev. 8. 1 silence . . about the space of half an hour 
16. 21 (every stone) about the weight of a talent 

3. As if, as though, coo-el hosei. 

Matt 14. 21 were about five thousand men 

Mark 6. 44 that did eat were [about] five thousand 

Luke 1. 56 Mary abode with her about three mouths 

3. 23 began to be about thirty years of age 

9. 14 they were about five thousand men. 

9. 28 about au eight days after these sayings 
22. 41 withdrawn from them about a stone's east 

22. 59 about the space of one hour after another 

23. 44 And it was about the sixth hour, and 
John 4. 6 it was about the sixth hour 

6. 10 the men sat down, in number about five 
19. 14 it was. .about the sixth hour, and he 

19. 39 Nicodemus. .brought, .about an hundred 
Acts 2. 41 there were added, .about three thousand 

4. 4 number of the men was about five 

5. 36 a number of men, about four hundred 
10. 3 He saw. .about the ninth hour of the day 

19. 7 And all the men were about twelve 
[See also under Bear, bound, carry, cast, come, com- 
pass, country, gird, go, hang, lead, minister, put 
round, turn, walk.] 

ABOUT, to go- 
To go round about, surround, nzip sabab. 

2 Ki. 3. 25 the slingers went about (it), and smote it 
2 Ch. 17. 9 and went about throughout all the cities 

23. 2 And they went about in Judah, and 
Eccl. 2. 20 Therefore I went about to cause my 

12. 5 and the mpurners go about the streets 
Song 3. 3 The watchmen that go about the city 

5. 7 The watchmen that went about the city 
Isa. 23. 16 Take an harp, go about the city, thou 

ABOUT, to make— 

To go round about, surround, 3„3D sabab, 5. 

2 Ch. 14. 7 build th^se cities, and make about (them) 

ABOUT on every side, to be — 

To be round about, surround, 33.D sabab. 

1 Ki. 5. 3 wars which were about him on every side 
ABOUT, to be— 
To seek, desire, fnrew zeted. 

Acts 27. 30 shipmen were about to flee out of the 
ABOUT THE TIME— 
Upon, on, over, iiri epi (g.) 

Matt. 1. 11 about the time they were carried away to 

ABOUT, (there) — 

Concerning this, r ,repi rovrov peri toutou. 

Luke 24. 4 they w°re much perplexed thereabout 
ABOUT, to be — 
To be on the 'point of ', delay, p.4\\w mello. 

Acts 3. 3 seeing Peter and John about to go into 
18. 14 Paul was now about to open (his) mouth 

20. 3 as he was about to sail into Syria, he 
Heb. 8. 5 when he was about to make the 

Rev. 10. 4 I was about to write : and I heard a voice 

ABOVE — 

l.From, out of, )nmin. 

Lev. 9. 10 the kidneys, and the caul above the liver 

l.From on, or upon, Syo me-al. 

Gen. 6. 16 in a cubit shalt thou finish it above 
Exod2o. 4 (of any thing) that (is) in heaven above 

25. 21 thou shalt put the mercy seat above 

26. 14 and a covering above (of) badgers' skins 
28. 27 over against the (other) coupling, .above 
30. 14 one. .from twenty years old and above 
36. 19 a covering (of) badgers' skins above (that) 
39. 20 over against the (other) coupling, .above 



ABOVE 



8 



ABRAHAM 



Exot^o. 19 put the covering of the tent above upon 
40. 20 put the mercy seat above upon the ark 
Lev. 11. 21 which have legs above their feet, to leap 

27. 7 And if. .from sixty years old and above 
Num. 4. 25 the badgers' skins, .above upon it 
Deut. 4. 39 he (is) God in heaven above, and upon 

5. 8 (of anything) that (is) in heaven above 

28. 13 thou sbalt be above only, and thou shalt 
Josh. 2. 11 your God, he (is) God in heaven above 

1 Ki. 7. 3 covered with cedar above upon the 

7. 11 And above (were) costly stones, after the 
7. 20 chapiters . . (had pomegranates) also tfbove 
7. 25 and the sea (was set) above upon them 
7. 29 upon the ledges, .a base above : and 

7. 31 within the chapiter and above (was) a 

8. 7 covered the. .staves thereof above 

8. 23 uo God like thee, in heaven above, or on 

1 Ch. 23. 27 from twenty years old and above 

2 Ch. 4. 4 and the sea (was set) above upon them 

5. 8 covered the. .staves thereof above 
25. 5 from twenty years old and above 

Job 18. 16 and above shall his branch be cut off 

31. 28 have denied the God (that is) above 
Prov. 8. 28 When he established the clouds above 

15. 24 The way of life (is) above to the wise 
Isa. 6. 2 Above it stood the seraphims : each one 
7. 11 in the depth, or in the height above 
14. 13 I will exalt my throne above the stars of 
Jer. 4. 28 For this shall the. .heaven above be 
31. 37 Thus saith the LORD ; If heaven above 
35. 4 which (was) above the chamber of M. 
52. 32 spake kindly, .and set his throne above 
Eze. 1. 22 stretched forth over their heads above 

1. 26 And above the firmament that (was) over 
1. 26 as the appearance of a man above upon it 

10. 19 the God of Israel (was) over them above 

11. 22 the God of Israel (was) over them above 
37. 8 skin covered them above : but (there was) 

o.More, irKe'icou pleidrt. 

Acts. 4. 22 the man was above forty years old, on 

4. Above, up, upwards, 6.va> and. 

John S. 23 I am from above: ye are of this world; I 
Acts 2. 19 I will show wonders in heaven above 
Gal. 4. 26 Jerusalem which is above is free, which 
Col. 3. 1 seek those things which are above, where 
3, 2 Set your affection on thiDgs above, not on 

5.Abovc, superior to, eVcUw epano. 

John 3. 31 He that cometh...is above all. ..above all 

1 Co. 15. 6 seen of above five hundred breth. at once 

6. Higher up, avdrepou anuteron. 

Heb. 10. 8 Above when he said, Sacrifice and offering 

l.Up>on, 07i, over, eV/ epi {g. d. ac.) 

Luke 3. 20 Added this yec above all, that he shut 
Eph. 4. 6 who (is) above all, and through all, and 

6. 16 [Above] all, taking the shield of faith 
Col. 3. 14 And above all these things (put on) 

2 Th. 2. 4 exalteth himself above all that is called 
S.Ahiigside of, beside, irapd para {ac.) 

Luke 13. 2 were sinners above all the Galileans 

13. 4 sinners above all men that dwelt in 

Rom 14. 5 Onemanesteemethonedayaboveanother 

Heb. 1. 9 God, hath anointed thee. .above_thy 

9. Around, its pi peri (g.) 

3 Jo. 2 I wish above all things that thou 
10. Before, irp6 p>ro. 

2 Co. 12. 2 a man in Christ above fourteen ; Ja. 5. 12. 
1 Pe. 4. 8 above all things have fervent charity 

11. Over, above, in behalf of , vir4p liuper (ac.) 
Matt 10. 24 disciple is not above, .the servant above 
Luke 6. 40 The disciple is not above his master : but 
Acts 26. 13 above the brightness of the sun, shining 

1 Co. 4. 6 not to think (of men) above that which is 

10. 13 suffer you to be tempted above that ye 

2 Co. 1. 8 were pressed out of measure, above 

12. 6 think of me above that which he seeth 
Gal. 1. 14 profited . .above many my equals in 
Eph. 3. 20 able to do . .above all that we ask or think 
Phil. 2. 9 a name which is above every name 
Phm. 16 Not now as a servant, but above a servant 

[See also Abundantly, far, measure.] 
ABOVE, far — 
A height, high place, Dhn marom. 

Psa. 10. 5 thy judgments (are) far above out of his 
ABOVE, from — 

l.From above, n^&O^D, ^,'CD milmalah, mimmaal. 
Josh. 3. 13 the waters that come down from above 

3. 16 the waters which came down from above 
Job 3. 4 let not God regard it from above 

31. 2 what portion of God (is there) from above? 

Psa. 78. 23 he had commanded the clouds from above 

Isa. 45. 8 Drop down, ye. heavens, from above, and 

Amos 2. 9 I destroyed his fruit from above, and lus 

%A height, high place, oriO marom. 

2Sa. 22. 17 lie sent from above, he took me; he drew 
Psa. 18. 10 lie sent from above, he took me; he drew 
i4t-7 Send thine hand from above; rid me, and 
Lam. 1. 1 ; Prom above hath he sent fire iuto my 
Z.From above, ava>B$v anOthen. 

John 3. 31 He that cometh from above is above all 

19. 11 except it were given thee from above 
Jas. 1. 17 every perfect gift is from above, and 

3. 15 This wisdom doscendeth not from above 
3. 17 the wisdom that is from above is first 



AB-RA'HAM, GrrpN father of a midtitude. 
The name given to Abram when the promise of a 
numerous progeny was renewed to him by God. He 
was the youngest son of Terah. and born 1996 B.C., and 
died at the age of 175, B.C. 1821. A native of Ur of 
the Chaldees, and descended through Heber in the 
9th generation from Shera the eldest son of Noah, he 
was^the progeuitor of the Hebrews, and of several 
cognate tribes. 

Gen. 17. 5 thy name shall lie A. ; for a father of 

17. 9 And God said unto A. ; Thou shalt keep 

17. 15 And God said unto A., As for Sarai 

17. 17 Then A. fell upon his face, and laughed 

17. 18 And A. said unto God, Oh that Ishmael 

17. 22 and God went up from A. 

17. 23 And A. took Ishmael his son, and all that 

17. 23 every male among the men of A.'s house 

17. 24 And A. (was) ninety years old and nine 

17. 26 In the selfsame day was A. circumcised 

18. 6 A. hastened into the tent unto Sarah 
18. 7 And A. ran unto the herd, and fetcht a 
18. 11 Now A. and Sarah (were) old (and) well 
18. 13 the Lord said unto A., Wherefore did Sarah 
18. 16 and A. weut witli them to bring them on the 
18. 17 Shall I hide from A. that thing which I do 
18. 18 Seeing that A. shall surely become a great 
18. 19 that the Lord may bring upon A. that 

18. 22 the men turned their faces, .but A. stood 
18. 23 And A. drew near, and said, Wilt thou 
18. 27 And A. answered and said, Behold now 
18. 33 as soon as he had left communing witli A. 

18. 33 and A. returned unto his place 

19. 27 A. gat up early in the morning to the 

19. 29 God remembered A., and sent Lot out of 

20. 1 A. journeyed from thence toward the south 
20. 2 A. said of Sarah his wife, She (is) my 

20. 9 Then Abimelech called A., and said unto 
20. 10 And Abimelech said unto A., What sawest 
20. 11 And A. said, Because I thought, Surely the 
20. 14 Abimelech took sheep, .and gave, .unto A. 
20. 17 So A. prayed unto God : aud God healed 

20. 18 because of Sarah A.'s wife 

21. 2 and bare A. a son in his old age 

21. 3 A. called the name of his son that was born 

21. 4 And A. circumcised his son Isaac 

21. 5 A. was an hundred years old, when his 

21. 7 Who would have said unto A., that Sarah 

21. 8 A. made a great feast the (same) day that 

21. 9 which she had born unto A., mocking 

21. 10 Wherefore she said unto A., Cast 

21. 11 the thing was very grievous in A.'s sight 

21. 12 God said unto A., Let it not be grievous 

21. 14 A. rose up early in the morning 

21. 22 spake unto A., saying, God (is) with 

21. 24 And A. said, I will swear 

21. 25 And A. reproved Abimelech because 

21. 27 A. took sheep and oxen, and gave 

21. 28 Aud A. set seven ewe-lambs of the 

21. 29 Abimelech said unto A., What (mean) 

21. 33 And [A.] planted a grove in Beersheba 

21. 34 A. sojourned in the Philistines' land 

22. 1 God did tempt A. and said unto him, A. 
22. 3 And A. rose up early in the morning 
22. 4 Then on the third day A. lifted up 

22. 5 A. said unto his young men, Abide 
22. 6 A. took the wood of the burnt-offering 
22. 7 Isaac spake unto A. his father, and said 
22. 8 A. said, My sou, God will provide himself 
22. 9 and A. built an altar there, and laid the 
22. 10 A. stretched forth his hand, and took 
22. 11 and said, A., A.: aud he said, Here (am) I 
22. 13 And A. lifted up his eyes, and looked 
22. 13 and A., .took the ram, and offered him 
22. 14 And A. called the name of that place 
22. 15 the angel of the Lord called unto A. out of 
22. 19 So A. returned unto his young men, and 
22. 19 to Beersheba; and A. dwelt at Beersheba 
22. 20 it was told A., saying, Behold, Mileah 

22. 23 Mileah did bear to Nahor, A.'s brother 

23. 2 and A. came to mourn for Sarah, and to 
23. 3 And A. stood up from before his dead 

23. 5 the children of Heth answered A., saying 
23. 7 And A. stood up, aud bowed himself to 
23. 10 Ephron the Hittite answered A. in the 
23. 12 And A. bowed down himself before the 
23. 14 Ephron answered A., saying unto him 
23. 16 And A. hearkened unto Ephron 
23. 16 and A. weighed to Ephron the silver 
23. 18 Unto A. for a possession in the presence of 
23. 19 A. buried Sarah his wife in the cave of 

23. 20 were made sure unto A. for a possession 

24. 1 And A. was old, (and) well stricken in 
24. 1 the Lord had blessed A. in all things 
24. 2 And A. said unto his eldest servant of 
24. 6 And A. said unto him, Beware thou 
24. 9 put his hand under the thigh of A. his 
24. 12 O Lord God of my master A., I pray 
24. 12 shew kindness unto my master A. 

24. 15 Mileah, the wife of Nahor, A.'s brother 

24. 27 Blessed (be) the Lord God of my master A. 

24. 34 And he said, I (am) A.'s servant 

24. 42 O Lord God of my master A., if now 

24. 48 and blessed the Lord God of my master A. 

24. 52 when A.'s servant heard their words, he 

24. 59 they seut away Rebekah. .and A.'s servant, 

25. 1 Then again A. took a wife, and her name 
25. s And A. gave all that he had unto Isaac. 
25. 6 unto the sons, .which A. had, A. gave gifts 
25. 7 these (are) the days, .of A.'s life which he 
25. 8 Then A. gave up the ghost, and died in a 
25. 10 The field which A. purchased of the sons of 



Gen. 25. 10 there was A. buried, and Sarah his wife 
25. 11 it came to pass after the death of A. 
25. 12 these (are) the generations of Ishmael, A 's 
25. 12 son, whom Hagar. .bare unto A. 

25. 19 these (are) the generations of Isaac, A.'s 

26. 1 the first famine that was in the days of A. 
26. 3 I will perforin the oath which I sware untoA. 
26. 5 Because that A. obeyed my voice, and kept 
26. 15 father'sservantsliaddiggedin thedaysof A. 
26. 18 which they had digged in the days of A. his 
26. 18 Philistines., stopped., after the death of A. 
26. 24 I (am) the God of A. thy father : fear not 
26. 24 will bless thee, .for my servant A.'s sake 
28. 4 give thee the blessing of A., to thee, aud to 
28. 4 mayest inherit the land. .God gave unto A. 
28. 9 Esau., took., the daughter of Ishmael A.'s 
28. 13 I (am) the Lord God of A. thy father, and 
31. 42 the God of my father, the God of A. 

31. 53 The God of A., and the God of Nahor, the 
9 And Jacob said, O God of my father A. 

12 Aud the laud which I gave A. and Isaac 
27 Hebron, where A. and Isaac sojourned 

15 before whom my fathers A. and Isaac did 

16 and the name of my fathers A. and Isaac 

30 which A. bought with the field of Ephron 

31 There they buried A. and Sarah his wife 

13 which A. bought with the field for a 
24 unto the land which he sware to A. 
24 God remembered his covenant with A. 

6 I (am) the God of thy father, the God of A. 

15 The Lord God of your fathers, the God of A. 

16 the God of A. . .appeared unto me, saying 
5 the God of A. . .hath appeared unto thee 

3 Aud I appeared unto A., unto Isaac, to 
8 which I did swear to give it to A. 

13 Remember A., Isaac, and Israel, thy 

1 unto the land which I sware unto A. 
42 Then will I remember, .my covenant with A. 
11 shall see the laud which I sware unto A. 

8 the Lord sware unto your fathers, A. 

10 which he sware uuto thy fathers, to A. 

5 which the Lord sware unto thy fathers, A. 

27 Remember thy servants, A., Isaac, aud 
13 as he hath sworn unto thy fathers, to A. 
20 which the Lord swear unto thy fathers, to A. 

4 This (is) the land which I sware unto A. 

2 Terah, the father of A., and the father of 

3 And I took your father A. from the other 
36 Elijah the prophet.. said, Lord God of A. 
23 because of his covenant with A., Isaac, and 
23-27 sons of Joktan. .Abram ; thesame(is) A. 

28 The sous of A. ; Isaac, aud Ishmael 

32 Now the sons of Keturah, A.'s concubine 
34 And A. begat Isaac 

16 (Even ofthecovenant)which he made with A. 
18 O Lord God of A., Isaac, and of Israel, out 

7 and gavest it to the seed of A. thy friend 

6 turn again unto the Lord God of A., 

7 Thou (art), .the God who didst choose A. 

9 the people of the God of A. : for the shields 
6 ye seed of A. his servant, ye children of 
9 Which (covenant) he made with A., and his 

42 remembered his holy promise, (and) A. his 
22 thus saith the Lord, who redeemed A. 

8 But thou, Israel,, .the seed of A. my friend 
2 Look unto A. your father, and unto Sarah 

16 Doubtless thou (art) our father, though A. 
26 I will not . . (to be) rulers over the seed of A. 

. 24 A. was one, and lie inherited the land 
20 the mercy to A., which thou hast sworn 

1 Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of A. 

2 A. begat Isaac ; and Isaac begat Jacob 

17 all the generations from A. to David (are) 

9 We have A. to our father : for I say unto 
9 God is able, .to raise up children unto A. 

11 many, .shall sit down with A., and Isaac 
32 I am the God of A., and the God of Isaac 
26 God spake . . saying, I (am) the God of A. 
55 As he spake to our fathers, to A., and to 
73 The oath which he sware to our father A. 

8 We have A. to (our) father : for I say unto you 
8 God is able, .to raise up children uuto A. 

23-34 Jesus., being., son of Joseph., (son) of A. 

16 this woman, being a daughter of A., whom 

28 when ye shall see A., and Isaac, and 

22 carried by the angels iuto A.'s bosom 

23 lifted up his eyes . . and seeth A. afar off 

24 he cried and said, Eather A., have mercy 

25 But A. said, Son, remember that thou 

29 A. saith unto him, They have Moses and 

30 And he said, Nay, father A. : but if 

19. 9 forsomuch as lie also is a son of A. 

20. 37 when he calleth the Lord the God of A. 
8- 33 We be A.'s seed, aud were never in 
8. 37 I know that ye are A.'s seed ; but 
S. 39 They answered and said unto him, A. is 
8. 39 Jesus saith. .If ye were A.'s children 
8. 39 Ye would do the works of A. 
8. 40 Ye seek to kill me. .this did not A. 
8. 52 A. is dead, and the prophets ; and thou 
8. 53 Art thou greater than our father A. 
8. 56 Your father A. rejoiced to see my day 
8. 57 Thou art not yet. .hast thou seen A..' 
8. 58 Jesus said. .Before A. was, 1 ai.i 
3. 13 The God of A. . .hath glorified his Son 
3. 25 covenant which God made, .saying uuto A. 
7. 2 God of glory appeared unto our fatm r A 
7. 8 so [A.] begat Isaac, and circumcised him 
7. 16 the sepulchre that A. bought for 
7. 17 the promise, .which God had sworn to A. 
7. 32 the God of thy fathers, the God of A. 

13. 26 children of the stock of A., and whosoever 





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ABRAM 



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ABUNDANCE 



Rom. 



4. 1 What shall we then say that A., our father 
4. 2 For if A. were justified by works, he hath 
4. 3 A. believed God ; and it was counted unto 
4. 9 we say that faith was reckoned to A. 
4. 12 in the steps of that faith of our father A. 
4. 13 For the promise, .not to A., or to his seed 
4. 16 to that also which is of the faith of A. 
9. 7 Neither, because they are the seed of A. 
11. 1 I also am an Israelite, of the seed of A, 
2 Co. 11. 22 Are they the seed of A.? so (am) I 
Gal. 3. 6 Even as A. believed God, and it was ac. 
3. 7 the same are the children of A. 
3. 8 scripture, .preached, .the gospel unto A. 
3. 9 which be of faith are blessed with. .A. 
3. 14 That the blessing of A. might come on the 
3. 16 Now to A. and his seed were the promises 
3. 18 but God gave (it) to A. by promise 

3. 29 If ye (be) Christ's then are ye A.'s seed 

4. 22 it is written, that A. had two sons, the one 
Heb. 2. 16 he took on (him) the seed of A. 

6. 13 For when God made promise to A., because 

7. 1 Melchisedec. .met A. returning from the 
7. 2 To whom also A, gave a tenth part of all 
7. 4 unto whom even the patriarch A. gave the 
7. 5 though they come out of the loins of A. 

7. 6 But he. .received tithes of A., and blessed 
7. 9 Levi, .receiveth tithes, payed tithes in A. 

11. 8 By faith A., when he was called to go out 
11. 17 By faith A., when he was tried, offered up 

Jas. 2. 21 Was not A. our father justified by works 
2. 23 A. believed God, and it was imputed unto 

1 Pe. 3. 6 Eveu as Sarah obeyed A., calling him lord, 

AB'-RAM, D-nx father of height 

The original name of Abraham, 

Gen. 11. 26 Terah lived seventy years, and begat A. 
11. 27 Terah begat A., Nahor, and Haran 
11. 29 And A. and Nahor took them wives 
11. 29 the name of A.'s wife (was) Sarai 
11. 31 And Terah took A. his son, and Lot 

11. 31 Sarai his daughter in law, his son A.'s 

12. 1 the Lord had said unto A., Get thee 
12. 4 So A. departed, as the Lord had spoken 
12. 4 and A. (was) seventy and five years old 
12. 5 And A. took Sarai his wife, and Lot 

12. 6 And A. passed through the land unto 
12. 7 And the Lord appeared unto A., and 
12. 9 And A. journeyed, going on still toward 
12. to and A. went down into Egypt to sojourn 
12. 14 when A. was come into Egypt, the 
12. 16 And he entreated A. well for her sake 
12. 17 the Lord plagued P.. because of Sarai A.'s 

12. 18 And Pharaoh called A., and said. What (is) 

13. 1 And A. went up out of Egypt, he, aud 
13. 2 And A. (was) very rich in cattle, in silver 
13. 4 and there A. called on the name of the 
13. 5 And Lot also, which went with A., had 
13. 7 a strife between the herdmen of A.'s 

13. 8 And A. said unto Lot, Let there be no 
13. 12 A. dwelled in the land of Canaan, and L. 

13. 14 Aud the Lord said unto A., after that 

13. 18 Then A. removed (his) tent, and came and 

14. 12 And they took Lot, A.'s brother's son 
14. 13 came one that had escaped, and told A. 
14. 13 and these (were) confederate with A. 

14. 14 And when A. heard that his brother was 
14. 19 Blessed (be) A. of the most high God. 
14. 21 the king of Sodom said unto A., Give me 
14. 22 And A. said to the king of Sodom, I have 

14. 23 lest thou shouldest say, I have made A. 

15. 1 the word of the Lord came unto A. in a 
15. 1 saying, Fear not, A.: I (am) thy shield 
15. 2 And A. said, Lord God, what wilt thou 
15. 3 And A. said, Behold, to me thou hast 
15. 11 fowls came dowu upon the carcases, A. 
15. 12 was going down, a deep sleep fell upon A. 
15. 13 And he said unto A., Know of a surety 

15. 18 day the Lord made a covenant witli A. 

16. 1 Now Sarai A.'s wife bare him no children 
16. 2 Aud Sarai said unto A., Behold now, the 
16. 2 And A. hearkened to the voice of Sarai 
16. 3 And Sarai A.'s wife took Hagar her maid 
16. 3 after A. had dwelt ten years in the laud 
16. 3 and gave her to her husband A. to be his 
16. 5 And Sarai said unto A., My wrong (be) 
16. 6 But A. said unto Sarai, Behold, thy maid 

16. 15 And Hagar bare A. a son : and A. called 
16. 16 And A. (was) fourscore and six years old 

16. 16 when Hagar bare Ishmael to A. 

17. 1 And when A. was ninety years or and 
17. 1 the Lord appeared to A., and said unto 
17. 3 And A. fell on his face : and God talked 
17. 5 shall thy name any more be called A. 

1 Ch. 1. 27 A.; the same (is) Abraham 
Neh. 9. 7 Thou (art) the Lord . . who didst choose A. 
ABROAD — 
1. The outside, without, pn chuts. 

Gen. 15. 5 And he brought him forth abroad, and 

19. 17 they had brought them forth abroad 
Exod 12. 46 thou shalt. not carry forth ought, .abroad 

21. ig If he rise again, and walk abroad upr- 
Lev. 14. 8 after that he shall, .tarry abroad 

iS. 9 (whether she be) born at home, or born ah, 
Deut.23. 10 then shall he go abroad out of the camp 

23. 12 a place, .whither thou shalt go. .abroad 

23. 13 when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou 
24. 11 Thou shalt stand abroad, and the man to 

24. 11 shall bring out the pledge abroad unto 
Judgi2. 9 thirty daughters, (whom) he sent abroad 

12. 9 and took in thirty daughters from abroad 
1 Sa. 9. 26 weDt out . .he and Samuel, abroad 

2 



2 Ki. 4. 3 Go, borrow thee vessels abroad of all thy 
2 Ch.29. 16 Levites took (it), to carry (it) out abroad 
Psa. 41. 6 (when) he goeth abroad, he telleth (it) 
Prov. 5. 16 Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad 
Jer. 6. 11 upon the children abroad, and upon the 
Lam. 1. 20 abroad the sword bereaveth, at home 
Eze. 34. 21 till ye have scattered them abroad 

2. To break forth, rnaparach. 

Lev. 13. 12 if a leprosy break out abroad iu the skin, 

3. To break forth or through, fl? parats. 

1 Ch.13. 2 let us send abroad unto our brethren 
[See also All, break out, cast, come, far, go, scattered, 

send, spread, walk, wander.] 

i. Manifest to, <pavsp6v els phaueroneis. 
Matt. 4. 22 but that it should come abroad 
Luke 8. 17 shall not be known, and come abroad 
5. To become manifest, (pavepos yivo^at. 
Mark 6. 14 for his uame was spread abroad 
[See also Blaze, come, disperse, go, noise, scatter, 
shed, spread.] 

AB-SA'-LOM, cityzm father of peace. 

Third son of David by his wife Maacah, daughter of 

Talmai, king of Geshur, B.C. 1000. 

2 Sa. 3. 3 and the third, A. the son of Maacah the 

13. 1 A. the son of David had a fair sister 
13. 4 I love Tamar, my brother A.'s sister 
13. 20 A. her brother said unto her, Hath Am. 
13. 20 remained desolate in her brother A.'s 
13. 22 And A. spake unto his brother Amuon 
13. 22 for A. hated Amnou, because he had 
13. 23 A. had sheepshearers iu Baal-hazor 
13. 23 A. invited all the king's sons 
13. 24 And A. came to the king, and said 
13. 25 the king said to A., Nay, my s«jn, let us 
13. 26 Then said A., If not, I pray"thee, let my 
13. 27 But A. pressed him, that he let Amnon 
13. 28 Now A. had commanded his servants 
13. 29 the servants of A. did unto Amuon as A. 
13. 30 A. hath slain all the king's sons, and 
13. 32 for by the appointment of A. this hath 
13. 34 But A. fled 
13. 37 But A. fled, and went to Talmai, the son 

13. 38 So A. fled, and went to Geshur, and was 
J 3- 39 ( tne soul of) king David longedtogo. .to A 

14. 1 the king's heart (was) toward A. 

14. 21 go therefore, bring the young man A. 
14. 23 So Joab arose, .and brought A. to 
14. 24 So A. returned to his own house, and saw 
14. 25 none to be so much praised as A. for 
14. 27 Aud unto A. there were born three sons 
14. 28 So A. dwelt two full years in Jerusalem 
14. 29 Therefore A. sent for Joab, to have sent 
14. 30 And A.'s servants set the field on fire 
14. 31 Joabarose,andcametoA. unto (his) house 
14. 32 And A. answered Joab, Behold, I sent 
14. 33 when he had called for A., he came to 

14. ^^ and the king kissed A. 

15. 1 A. prepared him chariots and horses 
15. 2 And A. rose up early, and stood beside 
15. 2 then A. called unto him, and said 

15. 3 And A. said unto him, See, thy matters 
75. 4 A. said moreover, Oh that I were made 
15. 6 And on this manner did A. to all Israel 
15. 6 so A. stole the hearts of the men of Israel 
15. 7 A. said unto the king, I pray thee, let 
15. 10 But A. sent spies throughout all the 
15. 10 then ye shall say, A. reigneth in Hebron 
15. 11 And with A. went two hundred men out 
15. 12 aud A. sent for Ahithophel the Gilonite 
15. 12 people increased continually with A. 
15. 13 hearts of the men of Israel are after A. 
15. 14 for we shall not (else) escape from A. 
15. 31 among the conspirators with A. 
15. 34 say unto A., I will be thy servant, king 

15. 37 and A. came into Jerusalem 

16. 8 Lord hath delivered . .into the hand of A. 
16. 15 And A., and all the people the men of 
16. 16 when Hushai. .was come unto A. 

16. 16 that Hushai said unto A., God save the 
16. 17 And A. said to Hushai, (Is) this thy 
16. 18 And Hushai said unto A., Nay; but 
16. 20 Then said A. to Ahithophel, Give 
16. 21 And Ahithophel said unto A., Go in unto 
16. 22 So they spread A. a tent upon the top of 
16. 22 and A. went in unto his father's con. 

16. 23 the counsel of Ahithophel . . both with . . A. 

17. 1 Moreover Ahithophel said unto A., Let 
17. 4 And the saying pleased A. well, aud all 
17. 5 Then said A., Call now Hushai the Archite 
17. 6 when Hushai was come to A., A. spake 
17. 7 And Hushai said unto A., The counsel 
17. 9 slaughter among the people, .follow A. 
17. 14 And A. and all the men of Israel said 

17. 14 the Lord might bring evil upon A. 

17. 15 thus did Ahithophel counsel A. and the 

17. 18 a lad saw them, and told A.: but they 

17. 20 And when A.'s servants came to the 

17. 24 And A. passed over Jurdan, he and all the 

17. 25 And A. made Amasa captain of the host 

17. 26 So Israel and A. pitched in the land of 

18. 5 king comm . Joab . . (Deal) gently . . with A. 
t8. 5 gave all the captains charge concerning A. 
18. 9 And A. met the servants of David 

18. 9 And A. rode upon a mule, and the mule 
18. 10 a certain man saw (it), .and said.. I saw A. 
18. i2Beware thatnone(touch)theyeungman A. 
1?. 14 and thrust them through the heart of A. 
18. 15 young men. .compassed" about., smote A. 



2 Co. 



Phil . 
Col. 



2 Sa. iS. 17 And they took A., and cast him into a 
18. 18 Now A. in his lifetime had taken and 
18. iS it is called unto this day, A.'s place 
18. 29 the king said, Is the young man A. safe ? 
iS. 32 king said.. (Is) the young man A. safe? 
18. 33 my son A., my son, my son A. ! would 

18. 33 died for thee, O A., my son, my sou ! 

19. 1 the king weepeth and moumeth for A. 
19. 4 cried with a loud voice, my son A., O A. 
19. 6 this day I perceive, that if A. had lived 
19. 9 now he is fled out of the land for A. 

19. 10 And A., whom we anointed over us, is dead 

20. 6 shall Sheba. .do us more harm than. .A. 
1 Ki. 1. 6 and (his mother) bare him after A. 

2. 7 when I fled because of A. thy brother 
2. 28 Adonijah, though he turned not after A. 
1 Ch. 3. 2 The third, A. the son of Maachah the 
2CI1. 11. 20 her he took Maachah the daughter of A. 

11. 21 Kehoboam loved, .the daughter of A. 
Psa.3.^e. A Psalm of David, when he fled from A. 
ABSENCE — 
.4 being off from, airovaia apovsia. 

Phil. 2. 12 but now much mure in my absence 
ABSENCE of — 
Without, &rep ater. 

Luke 22. 6 to betray him. .in the absence of 
ABSENT, to be — 

1. To be hidden, "inp satar, 2. 

Gen. 31. 49 The Lokd watch, .when we are absent 

2. To be away from, &tt<-lij.l apeimi. 

1 Co. 5. 3 I verily, as absent in body, but present 
10. 1 but being abseut am bold toward you 
10. 11 in word by letters when we are absent 

13. 2 being absent now I write to them 
13. 10 I write these things being absent 

1. 27 whether I. .see you, or else be absent 

2. 5 though I be absent in the flesh, yet am I 

3. To be away from ones people, eVo^e'cn ekdenud. 

2 Co. 5. 6 in the body, we are absent from the Lord 

5. 8 willing rather to be absent from the body 
5. 9 whether present or absent, we may be 

ABSTAIN, to— 

To hold off from, aiv^xoiiai apechomiai. 

Acts 15. 20 we write unto them, that they abstain 
15. 29 That ye abstain from meats offered to 
1 Th. 4. 3 will of God.. that ye should abstain 
5. 22 Abstain from all appearance of evil 
1 Ti. 4. 3 Forbidding to marry (and . .) to abstain 
1 Pe. 2. 11 I beseech, .abstain from fleshly lusts 

ABSTINENCE — 

Want of food, aairia asitia. 

Acts 27. 2T after long abstinence Paul stood forth 

ABUNDANCE — 

1. Multitude, fiorr ho/mon. 

1 Ki. 18. 41 for (there is) a sound of abundance of rain 
Eccl. 5. 10 nor he that loveth abundance with 
Isa. 60. 5 be enlarged ; because the abundance of 

2. Brightness, V] ziz. 

Isa. 66. 11 delighted with the abundance of her 

3. Abundance, remnant, rnrr yithrah. 

Isa. 15. 7 Therefore the abundance they have gotten 

±. Strength, substance, nc^'u otsmah. 

Isa. 47. g for the great abundance of thine 

5. Abundance, residue, rnnj; athereth. 

Jer. 33. 6 aud will reveal unto them the abundance 

G. Abundance, multitude, nh rob. 

Dent. 28. 47 for the abundance of all (things) 

1 Sa. 1. 16 for cut of the abundance of my complaint 

1 Ki. 1. T9 he hath slain, .sheep in abundance 

1. 25 hath slaiu oxen.. and sheep iu abundance 
10. 10 there came no more such abundance of 

10. 27 that (are) in the vale, for abundance 

1 Ch. 22. 3 David prepared iron in abundance for the 

22. 3 and brass in abundance without weight 
22. 14 without weight ; for it is in abundance 
22. 15 workmen with thee in abundance 
29. 2 stones, and marble stones in abundance 
29. 21 and sacrifices in abundance for all Israel 

2 Ch. 1. 15 that (are) in the vale for abundance 

2. 9 Even to prepare me timber in abundance 
4. 18 all these vessels in great abundance 

9. 1 bare spices, and gold in abundance 
9. 9 and of spices great abundance, and 
9. 27 that (are) in the low plains in abundance 

11. 23 he gave them victual in abundance 

14. 15 aud carried away.. camels in abundance 

15. 9 for they fell to him. .in abundance 

17. 5 he had riches and honour in abundance 

18. 1 had riches and honour in abundance 
18. 2 killed sheep, .for him in abundance 
20. 25 they found among them in abundance 
24. 11 Thusthey.. gathered moneyin abundance 
29. 35 burnt-offerings (were) in abundance, with 
32. 5 made darts aud shields in abundance 
32. 29 flocks and herds in abundance 

Neh. 9. 25 and fruit trees in abundance 
Psa. 37. it delight themselves in the abundance of 
52. 7 but trusted in the abundance of his riches 
72. 7 and abundance of peace so long as the 
Isa. 7. 22 And. .for the abundance of milk (that) 
Zech 14. 14 silver, and apparel, in great abundance 

7. To make abundant, rt2~] robah, 5. 

2 Sa. 12. 30 spoil of the city in great abundance 



ABUNDANCE 



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ACCOMPLISH 



8. Satiety, plenty, fulness, y$y saba. 

Eccl. 5. 12 but the abundance of the rich will not 

Q.£ase, rest, m?tf shalvah. 

Eze. 16. 49 and abundance of idleness was in her and 
10. Abundance, v$& shepha. 

I)eut33. 19 they shall suck (of) the abundance of the 
11. Abundance, company, nests' shiphah. 

Job 22. n Or darkness, .and abundance of waters 
38. 34 that abundance of waters may cover thee? 

Eze 26. 10 By reason of the abundance of his horses 

ll.Number, "i£pp mispar. 

1 Ch. 22. 4 Also cedar trees in abundance : for the 
13. Abundance, a,Zp6T-ns hadrotes. 

2 Co. 8. 20 no man . . blame us in this abundance 
ILPoiver, ability, Svi/a/xts duuamis. 

Rev. iS. 3 the abundance of her delicacies 
1 5. Over ■■abundance, irepiacreia. perisseia. 

Horn. 5. 17 they which receive abundance of grace 
2 Co. S. 2 great trial of affliction the abundance of 

16. Superfluity, ■Ktp'Mjvzvp.a. perisseuma. 

Matt 12. 34 out of the abundance of the heart the 
Luke 6. 45 of the abundance of the heart his mouth 
2 Co. 8. 14 your abundance.. that their abundance 

17. To be over and above, ireptao-eva) perisseuo. 

Marki2. 44 all. .did cast in of their abundance 

Lukei2. 15 life consisteth not in the abundance of 
21. 4 these have of their abundance cast in 
13. Excess, over -abundance, virepfioX-f} huperbole. 

2 Co. 12. 7 exalted, .through the abundance of the 
ABUND..^CE, to have — 
To be over and above, irepicrcrevQ) perisseuo. 

Matt??. 29 every one. .and he shall have abundance 
ABUNDANCE, to have more — 
To be over and above, irepia-o'ev'a. 

Matt 13. 12 he shall hive more abundance : but who 
ABUNDANCE, to bring in — 
To make abundant, n^n rabah, 5. 

2 Ch. 31. 5 Israel brought in abundance the first 
ABUNDANCE, in — 
I. To make heavy, weighty, -qs kabar, 5. 

Job 36. 31 he giveth meat in abundance 
'Z.Many, much, y\ rah. 

Esth. 1. 7 and royal wine in abundance, according 
ABUNDANT — 
I. Many, much, an rab. 

Exod34. 6 long-suffering, and abundant in goodness 

Jer. 51. 13 abundant in treasures, thine end is come 
'2. Residue, superfluity, *ijr yetJier. 

Isa. 56. 12 as this day, (and) much more abundant 
3. To be over and above, ir€pt(T(reva> fjerisseuo. 

2 Co. 9. 12 is abundant also by many thanksgivings 
4.7*0 become more, increase, irXeovafa pleonazo. 

2 Co. 4. 15 for your sakes, that the abundant grace 
5. Many, muck, woAvs joo^ws. 

1 Pe. 1. 3 which according to bis abundant mercy 
ABUNDANT, to be exceeding — 
To become more abundant, virspTrhtovafa. 

1 Ti. 1.14 the grace, .was exceeding abundant with 
ABUNDANT, to be more — 
To be over and above, it spiv atom perisseuo, 

Phil. 1. 26 your rejoicing may be more abundant 
ABUNDANT, more — 
l.More abundant, Trepiero-oVepos perissoteros. 

1 Co. 12. 23 bestow more abundant.. more abundant 

12. 24 having given more abundant honour 
l.More abundantly, Tr€pL(r(roT€pws p>erissoterds. 

2 Co. 7. 15 his inward affection is more abundant 

11. 23 in labours more abundant, in stripes 

ABUNDANTLY — 

J. To break forth, n*i? parach. 

Isa. 35. 2 It shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice 

I.Many, much, 3n rah. 

Num.ra. 11 and the water came out abundantly, and 
Job 36. 28 clouds, .distil upon man abundantly 

3. Multitude, abundance, :n rob. 

1 Ch. 12. 40 and oxen, and sheep abundantly ; for 

[See also 22. 5, 8; 2 Ch. 31. 5.] 
4. To make many, nyi rabah 5. 

Tsa. 55. 7. he will abundantly {lit, multiply to) par. 
o.Xnto abundance, e's -Kepia-atia eis pcrisseian. 

2 Co. 10. 15 according to our rule abundantly 
6. Richly, vAovo-icos 2>lousib~s. 

Titus 3. 6 he shed on us abundantly through Jesus 

sPe. 1. 11 entrance shall be ministered., abundantly 
ABUNDANTLY above, exceeding — 
Over, above, unep £k wepHro-ov, 

Eph. 3. 20 is able to do exceeding abundantly above 
ABUNDANTLY, more — 
1. Above the conDrion, irepiaa6$. 

John 10. 10 might have (it) more abundantly 



2. More abundant, 7repio'a"o'Te/>os,-ws\ p >en 'i S5 °i eros - 

x Co. 15. 10 I laboured more abund. than ; Heb. 6. 7. 

2 Co. 1. 12 more abundantly ; 2, 4; 12.15; lT h. 2- 17* 

[See also Bread, bring forth, drink, increase, harden. 

satisfied, utter, water, weep.] 

ABUSE, to — 

1.7*0 do, roll oneself on or upon, VbjJ alal, 7. 
Judg 19. 25 they knew her, and abused her all the 
1 Sa. 31. 4 lest these uucircumcised. .abuse me 
1 Ch. 10. 4 lest these uncircumcised. .abuse me 

2.7b use badly, Karaxpao/xat katachraomai. 
1 Co. 7. 31 that use this world, as not abusing 

9. 18 that I abuse not my power in the gospel 

ABUSERS of themselves with mankind — 
Lying with a male, apo-evonuirns arsenokoites. 
1 Co. 6. 9 abusers of themselves with mankind. 

AC'-CAD, -13N castle, fortress. 

A city in the land of Shinar (near Babel, Erech, and 
Calneh), supposed by the Targums to be Nisibis in Meso- 
potamia. In the LX£. it is called Archad, and in the 
Talmud, Bashkar. 

Gen. 10. 10 begin, of his kingdom was Babel, and. .A. 
ACCEPT, to — 
1.7*0 reduce to ashes, \u^\ daslien, 3. 

Psa. 20. 3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept 
2. 7*o take, receive, rip 1 ? laqach. 

Exod 22. 1 1 and the owner of it shall accept (thereof) 
3.7*0 lift up, a'yi nasa. 

Gen. 19. 21 See, I have accepted thee concerning this 
32. 20 peradventure he will accept of me 

1 Sa. 25. 35 and have accepted thy person 

Job 13. 8 Will ye accept his person? will ye contend 

13. 10 if ye do secretly accept persons 

32. 21 Let me not, I pray you, accept any man's 
34. 19 (How much less to him) that accepteth 
42. 8 for him will I accept : lest I deal with you 

42. 9 them : the Lord also accepted Job 
Psa. 82. 2 and accept the persons of the wicked? 
Prov 18. 5 (It is) not good to accept the person of the 
Mai. 1. 8 will he. .accept thy person? saith the L. 

4. To smell, nn ruach, 5. 

1 Sa. 26. 19 let him accept an offering : but if (they be) 
5. 7*o he pleased, nyn ratsah. 

Lev. 26. 41 and they theu accept of the punishment 
26. 43 and they shall accept of the punishment 
Deut33. 11 and accept the work of his hands 

2 Sa. 24. 23 Arauuah said. .The Lord thy God accept 
Psa. 119. 108 Accept, I beseech thee, the free-will 
Eccl. 9. 7 for God now accepteth thy works 

Jer. 14. 10 therefore the Lord doth not accept them 

14. 12 I will not accept them: but I will consume 
Eze. 20. 40 there will I accept them, and there will I 

20. 41 I will accept you with your sweet savour 

43. 27 and I will accept you, saith the Lord God 
Hos. 8. 13 (but) the Lord accepteth them not ; now 
Amos 5. 22 I will not accept (them) ; neither will I 
Mai. 1. 10 neither will I accept an offering at your 

1. 13 should I accept this of your hand? 

6. 7*o receive off, from, aTroBexofxai apodechomai. 

Acts 24. 3 We accept (it) always, and iu all places 
7. 7*o receive, 5e'xo/icu dechomai. 

2 Co. 8. 17 For indeed he accepted the exhortation 
11. 4 or another, .which ye have not accepted 

S.Tc receive, take hold of, \a/i^duw lambano. 

Luke 20. 21 neither acceptest thou the person(of any) 
Gal. 2. 6 God accepteth no man's person 

9. 7*o receive to (oneself), Trpoabexop-ai prosdechomai. 
Heb. 11. 35 were tortured, not accepting deliverance 

ACCEPTABLE — 

1.7*0 be chosen, selected, "in? bachar, 2. 

Prov.21. 3 To do justice, .(is) more acceptable to the 

2. Pleasure, delight, |"Dn chephets. 

Eccl. 12. 10 sought to find out acceptable words : and 

3. Pleasure, good pleasure, ps*i ratson. 

Lev. 22. 20 for it shall not be acceptable for you 
Psa. 69. 13 (in) an acceptable time : O God, in the 
Prov. 10. 32 the righteous know what is acceptable 
Isa. 49. 8 In an acceptable time have I heard thee 
58. 5 wilt thou call this, .an acceptable day to 
61. 2 To proclaim the acceptable year of the 
Jer. 6. 20 burnt-offerings (are) not acceptable, nor 

i.A rr.ptable, receivable from, anSSeKros apodektos. 

1 Ti. 2. 3 this (is) good and acceptable in the sight 
5. 4 their parents ; for that is . . acceptable 
^.Acceptable, receivable, S^nrds dektos. 

Luke 4. 19 To preach the acceptable year of the 

Phil. 4. 18 a sacrifice acceptable, well-pleasing to 
§. Well -2)1 easing, euapetTTo? euctrestos. 

Uom.12. 1 a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable 

2. 2 what (is) that good, and acceptable, and 
14. 18 he that..serveth Christ (is) acceptable 

Eph. 5. 10 Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord 

7. Very acceptable, tvirpSo-o'eKTos euprosdektos. 
Rom. 15. 16 the offering up. .might be acceptable 
1 Pe. 2. 5 spiritual sacrifices, acceptable to God 

S.Grace, kind7i#ss, x&P ls charis. 

1 Pe. 2. 20 take it patiently, this (is) acceptable 



ACCEPTABLE, to be — 
1.7*0 be p>leascd, nyi ratsah. 

I*eut33. 24 let him be acceptable to his brethren, and 
2,Pleasure, good pleasure, jisn ratson. 

Psa. 19. 14 be acceptable in thy sight, Lord, my 

Prov, 10. 32 the righteous know wiiat is acceptable 
3. 7*o be fair, "15^ shejihar 

Dan. 4. 27 let my counsel be acceptable unto thee 
ACCEPTABLY — 
Pleasingly, euapeo-Tces euarestds. 

Heb. 12. 28 whereby we may serve God acceptably 
ACCEPTANCE — 
Pleasure, good pleasure, pin rodson. 

Isa. 60. 7 they shall come up with acceptance on 
ACCEPTATION — 
Full reception, hiroZox'h ajjodoche. 

1 Ti. 1. 15 faithful, .and worthy of all acceptation 

4. g faithful, .and worthy of all acceptation 

ACCEPTED (of) — 

1. Acceptable, receivable, o*€kt6s dektos. 

Luke 4. 24 No prophet is accepted in his own 
Acts io. 35 worketh righteousness, is accepted with 

2 Co. 6. 2 I have heard thee in a time accepted 

2. Well pleasing, evdpeo-ros euarestos. 

2 Co. 5. 9 or absent, we may be accepted of him 

3. Very acceptable, einrpoVSe/cros- eup>rosdek'tos. 
Rom. 15. 31 my service, .may be accepted of the 

2 Co. 6. 2 behold, now(is) the accepted time; behold 
8. 12 accepted according to that a man hath 
ACCEPTED, be — 
A lifting up, nx^ s'-eth. 

Gen. 4. 7 doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? , 
ACCEPTED, to be — 
1 . 7*o be good, D&; yatab. 

Lev. 10. 19 should it have been accepted iu the sight 

1 Sa. 18. 5 and he was accepted in the sight of all 

2. 7*o fall, Sty naphal. 

Jer. 37. 20 let my supplication, .be accepted before 
42. 2 Let. .our supplication be accepted before 
3.7*0 be pleased, nyn ratsah, 2. 

Lev. 1. 4 and it shall be accepted for him to make 
7- 18 it shall not be accepted, neither shall it 
[Sve also 19. 7 ; 22. 23, 25, 27.] 
4. 7*o be 2>leasing, pleased with, rrfiratsah. 

.Esth. 10. 3 and accepted of the multitude of his fere. 
5. Pleasure, good pleasure, ps~j ratson. 

rxod2$. 38 that they may be accepted before the 
Lev. 22. 21 it shall be perfect to be accepted ; there 
23. 11 before the Lord, to be accepted for you 
Isa. 56. 7 then* sacrifices (shall be) accepted upon 
ACCEPTED, to make — 

7*o make gracious or acceptable, ^apiTo'aj charitoo. 
Eph. 1. 6 he hath made us accepted in the beloved 
ACCESS — 
A leading unto, irpoaaycoyrj prosagdge. 

Rom. 5. 2 By whom also we have access by faith 
Eph. 2. 18 through him we both have access by one 
3. 12 In whom we have boldness and access 

AC'-CHO, isy compressed. 

The city JPtolemais, in isher, on the coast of the Medi- 
terranean or Great Sea, now called Akka and St Jean 
d'Acre, in lat. 32 54', long. 35 6' E. 

Judg. 1. 31 did Asher drive out the inhabitants of A. 
ACCOMPANY, to — 
1.7*0 come with, tpxof.iat avv erchomai sun. 

Acts 11. 12 these six brethren accompanied me, and 
2. 7*0 have, hold, keep, e^w echo. 

Heb. 6. 9 things that accompany salvation, though 
3.7*0 send forward, TrpoTr^jx-woi propemptd. 

Acts 20. 38 they accompanied him unto the ship 
4.7*o folhno with, a-vviirofxat suneptomai. 

Acts 20. 4 there accompanied him unto Asia Sopater 
5.7*0 come with, 0-vi/cpxop.at sunerchomai. 

Acts 10. 23 certain brethren from Joppa accompanied 
ACCOMPANYING — 
With, along with, ny im. 

2 Sa. 6. 4 they brought it. .accompanying the ark 

ACCOMPLISH, to — 

1.7*0 be completed, fmished, n?3 kalah, 3. 

Lam. 4. 11 The Lord bath accomplished his fury 
Eze. 4. 6 And when thou hast accomplished them 

6. 12 thus will I accomplish my fury upon them 

7. 8 and accomplish mine anger upon thee 
13. 15 Thus will I accomplish my wrath upon 
20. 8 I will pour out my fury, .to accomplish 
20. 21 to accomplish my anger against them in 

Dan. 12. 7 when he shall have accomplished to 

2.7*0 make full, fulfil, a 1 *? male, 3. 

Dan. 9. 2 he would accomplish seventy years in the 

3. To do, execute, make, n";pjj asah. 

1 Ki. 5. 9 and thou shalt accomplish my desire 
4. To separate, distinguish, tq^pala, 3. 

Lev. 22. 21 off ereth. .unto the Lord to accomplish 



ACCOMPLISHED 



11 



ACCURSED 






5. To establish, confirm, raise ap t D?p gum, 5. 

Jer. 44. 25 ye will surely accomplish your vows, and 

6. To he pleased, nyi ratsah. 

Job 14. 6 till he shall accomplish, as an hireling 

7. To be perfected, JtmsJted, c?ri tamam. 

Psa. 64. 6 they accomplish a diligent search 
S.Itcaine that ice perfected, eyevero Tjp.a$ i^aprlaai. 

Acts 21. 5 when we had accomplished those days 
9. To end f idly, £irtTe\<Ea} epiteleo. 

Heb. 9. 6 into the first tabernacle, accomplishing 

1 Pe, 5. 9 the same afilictious are accomplished in 

lO.^o be or become full, Tr\r}dw pletlw. 

Luke 1. 23 of his ministration were accomplished 
2. 6 the days were accomplished that she 
2. 21 when eight days were accomplished for 
2. 22 when the days, .were accomplished, they 

ll.To make full, fill out, ir\r\p6o3 pleroo. 

Luke 9. 31 his decease which he should accomplish 
12.7b end, complete, T€\e'w teteo. 

Luke 12. 50 am I straitened till it be accomplished ! 
18. 31 all things, .shall be accomplished 
22. 37 this, .must yet be accomplished in me 

John 19. 28 that all things were now accomplished 
ACCOMPLISHED, to be — 
1.7b he, exist, rrn hayah, 2. 

Prov. 13. 19 The desire accomplished is sweet to the 
2. To he completed, finished, n^3 kalah. 

2 Ch. 36. 22 that the word, .might be accomplished 
Eze. 5. 13 Thus shall mine anger be accomplished 
Dan. 11. 36 till the indignation be accomplished 

3. To he full, filled out, N^a male. 

Esth. 2. 12 days of their purifications accomplished 
Isa. 40. 2 cry. .that her warfare is accomplished 
Jer. 25. 12 when seventy years are accomplished 
25. 34 days of. .dispersions are accomplished 
29. 10 That after seventy years be accomplished 

4.7*0 be filled, completed, nSd male, 2. 

Job 15. 32 It shall be accomplished before his time 

5. 7*o he perfected, consummated, D!?£ iamam. 
Lam. 4. 22 punishment of thine, .is accomplished 

ACCOMPLISHMENT — 

Entire fulfilment, €KTrXi)pcoa-Ls ekplerOsis. 

Acts 21. 26 to signify the acjomplishment of the 

ACCORD — 

1. Mouth, na peh. 

Josh. 9. 2 gathered, .to fight, .with one accord 

2. Joint-soul, Gvfxtyvxvs sumjysuclios, 

Phil. 2. 2 having the same love, .of one accord 

ACCORD, of one's own — 

l.Choosing of himself avdaipsros autliairetos. 

2 Co. S. 17 of his own accord he went unto you 
2.Moving of itself , avrofiaros automatos. 

Acts 12. 10 opened to them of his own accord 

ACCORD, with one — 

Like-minded, 6p.odufj.ad6v homotlmmadon. 

Acts 1. 14 all continued with one accord in prayer 
2. 1 they were all with one accord in one 
2. 46 they, continuing daily with one accord 

4. 24 lifted, up their voice, .with one accord 

5. 12 they were all with one accord in S.'s porch 

7. 57 and ran upon him with one accord 

8. 6 the people with one accord gave heed 
12. 20 they came with one accord to him, and 
15. 25 good, .being assembled with one accord 

18. 12 Jews made insurrection with one accord 

19. 29 rushed with one accord into the theatre 

ACCORDING- as — 
l.The mouth, .13 peh. 

Mai. 2. 9 according as ye have not kept my 
2.Even as, because that, ko.66ti kathoti. 

Acts 4. 35 unto every man according as he had need 
3. Even, as, like as, kclQws kathos. 

Rom. 11. 8 According as it is written, God hath 

1 Co. 1. 31 That, according as it is written, He that 

2 Co. 9. 7 Every man according as he purposeth in 
Eph. 1. 4 According as he hath chosen us in him 

LAs, that, in order thai, on Vie ground that, o>$ hos. 
Rom. 12. 3 but to think soberly, according as God 
2 Pe. 1. 3 According as his divine power hath 
Rev. 22. 12 (is) with me, to give every man accord, as 

5. Down, according to, Kara, kata. 

2 Co. 4. 13 the same spirit of faith, according as it is 

ACCORDING to — 

I. To, unto, Sx el. 

Josh. 15. 13 according to the commandment of the 
2.Sufnciency, enough, *i dai. 

Deut.25. 2 to be beaten, .according to his fault 
Z.Even as, in? kemo. 

Zech. 5. 3 shall be cut off. .according to it 
4. As on, as upon, Sj.'b k'-ol. 

Isa. 59. 18 According to (their) deeds, accordingly he 
5. Oh, upon, over by a.L 

Gen. 43. 7 we told him according to the tenor of 



(y.The mouth, 12^ lepihi. 

Gen. 47. 12 with bread, according to (their) families 
Exod 12. 4 every man according to his eating 

16. 16 Gather of it every man according to his 
16. 18 they gathered every man according to 
16. 21 every man according to his eating : and 
Lev. 25. 16 according to the multitude, .according 
25. 51 according unto them he shall give again 

25. 52 according unto his years shall he give 
27. 8 according to his ability that vowed shall 
27. 16 thy estimation shall be according to the 
27. 18 shall reckon, .according to the years 

Num. 6. 21 according to the vow which he vowed 
7. 5 to every man according to his service 
7. 7 sons of Gershon, according to their 
7. 8 sons of Merari, according uuto their 

26. 54 to every one shall, .be given according to 
26. 56 According to the lot shall the possession 
35. 8 according to his inheritance which 

Deut 17. 10 And thou shalt do according to the 

Josh. 18. 4 and describe it according to the 

1 Ki. 17. 1 there shall not be dew. .but according to 

1 Ch. 12. 23 according to the word of the Lord 

2 Ch. 31. 2 every man according to his service, the 

7. From, out of, \o min, 

Ezra 6. 14 according to the. .and according to the 

S. Before, over-against, 73$ qobel. 

Ezra 6. 13 according to that which Darius the king 

9.Accordi?ig to, by, Kara, kata (ac.) 

Matt. 2. 16 according to the time which he 

9. 29 According to your faith be it unto you 
16. 27 shall reward every man according to his 
25. 15 to every mau according to his several 
Mark 7. 5 Why walk not thy disciples according to 
Luke 1. 9 According to the custom of the priesfs 

1. 38 be it unto me according to thy word 

2. 22 when the days, .according to the 

2. 24 to offer a sacrifice according to that 
2. 29 depart in peace, according to thy word 
2. 39 performed all things according to the 

23. 56 according to the commandment 

John 7. 24 Judge not according to the appearance 

18. 31 and judge him according to your law 
Acts 2. 30 [fruit of his loins, according to the flesh] 

7. 44 make it according to the fashion that he 
13. 23 hath God according to (his) promise 

22. 3 taught according to the perfect manner 
22. 12 Ananias, a devout mau according to the 

24. 6 [would have judged according to our law] 
Rom. 1. 3 of the seed of David according to the 

1. 4 Son of God. .according to the spirit 

2. 2 the judgment of God is according to 
2. 6 render to every man according to his 

2. 16 by Jesus Christ according to my gospel 
4. 18 according to that which was spoken 

8. 27 intercession, .according to (the will of) 

8. 28 who are the called according to (his) 

9. 3 my kinsmen according to the flesh 

9. 11 the purpose of Ged, according to election 

10. 2 zeal, .but not according to knowledge 

11. 5 a remnant according to the election of 

12. 3 according as God hath dealt to every 

12. 6 according to the grace, .according to the 

15. 5 like minded, .according to Christ Jesus 

16. 25 according to my. .according to the 

16. 26 prophets, according to the commandment 

1 Co. 3. 8 his own reward according to his own 

3. 10 According to the grace of God which is 
15. 3 Christ died for our sins according to the 
15. 4 rose again the third day according to the 

2 Co. 1. 17 do I purpose according to the flesh 

10. 2 as if we walked according to the flesh 
10. 13 measure, but according to the measure 

10. 15 enlarged by you according to our rule 

11. 15 end shall be according to their works 

13. 10 sharpness, according to the power which 
Gal. 1. 4 according to the will of God and our 

3. 29 seed, and heirs according to the promise 
Eph. 1. 5 according to the good pleasure of his will 
1. 7 forgiveness of sins, according to the riches 
1. 9 the mystery of his will, according to his 
1. 11 being predestinated according to the 

1. 19 who believe, according to the working of 

2. 2 in time past ye walked according to the 

3. 7 Whereof I was made a minister, accord, to 
3, 11 According to the eternal purpose which 
3. 16 grant you, according to the riches of his 

3. 20 according to the power that worketh 

4. 7 is given grace according to the measure 
4, 16 according to the effectual working in the 
4. 22 which is corrupt according to the 

6. s (your) masters according to the flesh 
Phil. 1. 20 According to my earnest expectation and 

3. 21 according to the working whereby he is 

4. 19 supply all your need according to his 
Col. 1. 11 might, according to his glorious power 

1. 25 a minister, according to the dispensation 
1. 29 I also labour, striving according to his 

3. 22 Servants, obey, .masters according to the 
2 Th. 1. 12 according to the grace of our God and 

1 Ti. 1. 11 According to the glorious gospel of the 

1. 18 son Timothy, according to the prophecies 
6. 3 doctrine which is according to godliness 

2 Ti. 1 1 according to the promise of life which is 

1. 8 gospel according to the power of God 

1 . 9 not according to our works, but accord, to 

2. 8 Jesus . . was raised . . according to my 

4. 14. Lord reward him according to his works 
Titus 1. 1 according to the faith of God's elect 



Titus 1. 3 uuto me according to the commandment 
3. 5 according to his mercy he saved us, by 
3. 7 be made heirs according to the hope of 

Heb. 2. 4 gifts, .according to his own will? 

7. 5 according to the law, that is, of their 

8. 4 that otter gifts according to the law 
8. 5 make all things according to the 

8. 9 Not according to the covenant that I 

9. 19 spoken, .to all the people according to 
Jas. 2. 8 royal law according to the scripture 

1 Pe. 1. 2 Elect according to the foreknowledge 

1. 3 which according to his abundant mercy 
1. 17 who. .judgeth according to every man's 

3. 7 dwell with (them) according to knowledge 

4. 6 judged according to men. .according to 
4. 19 sutler according to the will of God 

2 Pe. 3. 13 we, according to his promise, look for 

3. 15 Paul also according to the wisdom 

1 Jo. 5. 14 we ask anything according to his will 
Rev. 2. 23 I will give, .according to your works 

{See also 18. 6; 20. 12, 13.] 
10. According to, KaOws kathos. 

Acts 11. 29 every man according to his ability 
11. Toward, Trp6s pros. 

Luke 12. 47 neither did according to his will, shall 

2 Co. 5. 10 according to that he hath done, whether 
Gal. 2. 14 walked not uprightly according to the 

ACCORDING to that — 
According to that, KaBo katho. 

2 Co. 8. 12 accepted according to that a man hath 
ACCORDINGLY — 
As on-f or upon, *?j?3 1^-al. 

Isa. 59. 18 According to (then-) deeds, accordingly he 
ACCOUNT — 

1. Thought, device, reckoning, p3*frr cheshbon. 

Eccl. 7. 27 one by one, to fiud out the account 
2. Taste, reason, Di'O taam. 

Dan. 6. 2 that the princes might give accounts 
3. Number, account, ispp mispar. 

1 Ch. 27. 24 neither was. .put in the account of the 
■^.Inspection, oversight, nip? pequddah. 

2 Ch. 26. 11 the number of their account by the 
5, Word, reckoning, \6yos logos. 

Matt 12. 36 shall give account thereof in the day of 

iS. 23 king, which would take account of his 
Luke 1 6. 2 give an account of thy stewardship ; for 
Acts 19. 40 we may give an account of this concourse 
Rom.14, 12 every oue of us shall give account of 
[See also Phil. 4. 17 ; Heb. 13. 17 ; 1 Pe. 4. 5. j 
ACCOUNT, to — 
1. To reckon t account, Xoyi^opaL logizomai. 

Heb. 11. iq Accounting that God (was) able to raise 

2. To go before,, guide, think, yyeo/xat hegeomai. , 

2 Pe. 3. 15 And account (that) the long-suffering of 
ACCOUNT, to give — 
T'o answer, respond, njj; anah. 

Job 33. 13 he giveth not account of any of his 
ACCOUNT of, to make — 
1.7V) think, devise, reckon, 2pn chashab, 3. 

Psa. 144. 3 of man, that thou makest account of him i 
2.To make a reckoning, Aoyi£op.ai logizomai. 

1 Co. 4. 1 Let a man so account of us, as of the 
ACCOUNTED, to be - 
l.To be thought, reckoned, 2?'n chashab, 2. 

Deut. 2. 11 Which also were accounted giants, as the 

2. 20 That also was accounted a land of giants 

1 Ki. 10. 21 it was nothing accounted of in the days 

2 Ch. 9. 20 it was (not) anything accounted of in the 
Isa. 2. 22 for wherein is he to be accounted of? 

2. To be numbered, i?d saphar, 4. 

Psa. 22. 30 it shall be accounted to the Lord for a 

3. To appear, have the appearance, 5o/cea> dokeo. 

Mark 10. 42 they which are accounted to rule over 
Luke 22. 24 which of them should be accounted the 

4. To make an account of \oyl(o/j.aL logizomai. 

Rom. 8. 36 we are accounted as sheep for.. .Gal. 3. 6. 
ACCURSED — 
\.A devoted thing, Din cherem. 

Josh. 6. 17 And the city shall be accursed, (even) it 
7 12 their enemies, because they were accursed 
7. 12 except ye destroy the accursed from 

2.A thing lightly esteemed, n^p qelalah. 

Deut 21. 23 for he that is hanged (is) accursed of God 

3. A thing put up, devoted, auddefia anathema. 
Rom. 9. 3 that myself were accursed from Christ 
1 Co. 12. 3 no man. .calleth Jesus accursed: and 
Gal. 1. 8 preached unto you, let him be accursed 
1. 9 ye have received, let him be accursed 

ACCURSED, to be — 

To be lightly esteemed, !&j? qalal, 4. 

Isa. 65. 20 but the sinner, .shall be accursed 

ACCURSED, to make — 

T'o devote (to God or destruction), Din charam, 5. 

Josh. 6. 18 lest ye make (yourselves) accursed, when 
ACCURSED THING — 
A devoted thing, Dirt cherem. 

Josh. 6. 18 keep (yourselves) from the accursed thing 



ACCUSATION 



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Josh. 6. i3 when ye take of the accursed thing 

7. 1 committed a trespass in the accursed thing 
7. 1 for Achan. .took of the accursed thing 
7. 11 have even taken of the accursed thing 
7. 13 an accursed thing, .the accursed thing 
7. 15 he that is taken with the accursed thing 
22. 20 commit a trespass in the accursed thing 

1 Ch. 2. 7 Aehar. .who trans, in the thing accursed 

ACCUSATION — 

1. Accusation, n;pb' sitnah. 

Ezra 4. 6 wrote they (unto him) an accusation 

2.Cause, matter, atria aitia. 

Matt 27. 37 set up over his head his accusation 
Markis. 26 the superscription of his accusation was 
Acts 25. 18 they brought noue accusation of such 

Z.A speaking down, tcaTTjyopia kategoria. 
Luke 6. 7 that they might find an accusation 
John 18. 29 What accusation bring ye against this 

1 Ti. 5. 19 Against an elder receive not an accusation 

4.Judgment, KpivLs krisis. 

2 Pe. 2. 11 bring not railing accusation against 
Jude 9 durst not bring, .a railing accusation 

ACCUSATION, to take by false — 

To disclose about figs, avKocpavrtw sukophanteo. 

Luke 19. 8 from any man by false accusation, I 
ACCUSE, to — 
1.7fc eat pieces torn off, py-ip Ssk akhal qartsin. 

Dan. 3. 8 Chaldeans came near, and accused the 
6. 24 brought those menwhich had accused D. 

2. To use tlie tongue freely, ]%h lashan 5. 

Pro v. 30. 10 Accuse not a servant unto his master 
3.7*0 call in, syKaKw engkaleo. 

Acts 23. 28 wherefore they accused him, I brought 
23. 29 Whom I perceived to be accused of 
26. 2 touching all. .whereof I am accused of 

26. 7 For which hope's sake. .1 am accused of 
4. To speak down, Karnyoptot kategored. 

Matt 12. 10 sabbath days? that they might accuse 

27. 12 when he was accused of the chief priests 
Mark 3. 2 sabbath day ; that they might accuse 

15. 3 the chief priests accused him of many 
Luken. 54 something, .[that they might accuse him] 
23. 2 they began to accuse him, saying. We 
23. 10 scribes stood and vehemently accused 

23. 14 touching those things whereof ye accuse 
John 5. 45 I will accuse you. .that accuseth you 

8. 6 [tempting, .they might have to accuse] 
Acts 22. 30 known.. wherefore he was accused of the 

24. 2 Tertullus began to accuse (lri m ). saying 
24. 8 knowledge of all . . whereof we accuse 

24. 13 prove the things whereof they now accuse 

25. 5 go down with (me), and accuse this man 
25. 11 whereof these accuse me, no man may 
25. 16 before that he which is accused have the 

28. 19 not that I had ought to accuse my nation 
Rom. 2. 15 thoughts the mean while accusing or else 
Rev. 12. 10 which accused them before our God day 

ACCUSE falsely, to — 

l.To injure, harass, insult, i-nnp^a^oo epereazo. 

1 Pe. 3. 16 may be ashamed that falsely accuse your 
2, 7*0 disclose about figs, (rvKotyavrtw sukophanted. 

Luke 3 14 no man, neither accuse (any) falsely 
ACCUSED — 
Cutler accusation, iv KaTwyopla en kategoria. 

Titus 1. 6 having faithful children, not accused of 
ACCUSED, be — 
To be thrust through, Sta$d\ko^.at diaballomai. 

Luke 16. 1 the same was accused unto him that he 
ACCUSER — 
One who speaks down, Karyyopos kategoros. 

John 8. 10 [where are those thine accusers? hathl 

Acts 23. 30 gave commandment to his accusers also 
2 3- 35 I w 'h hear thee, .when thine accusers 

24. 8 [Commanding his accusers to come unto] 

25. 16 have the accusers face to face, and have 
25. 18 when the accusers stood up, they 

Rev. 12. 10 for the accuser of our brethren is cast 
ACCUSER, false — 
A thrnster through, SiajSuAor didbolos. 

2TL 3. 3 Without natural affection. . false accusers 

Titus 2. 3 not false accusers, not given to much 
ACCUSTOMED — 
Taught, trained, "HB^ limmud. 

Jer. 13. 23 do good, that are accustomed to do evil 
A-CEL-DA'-MA, *AKe\$aiia portion of blood. 
The piece of ground purchased with the thirty pieces of 
silver which Judas received for betraying Jesus, but 
which were afterwards thrown down by him In his re- 
morse. 

Acts 1. ig that field is called. .A., that is to say 
A-CHAI'-A, 'A^ofo land of Achaicus. 
Classic name of that part of Greece which lies along 
the s. cast of the Gulf of Corinth. This name is some- 
times used tor the whole of Greece, and Corinth was its 
capital. 

Acts 18. 12 And when Gallio was the deputy of \ 

18. 27 And when he was disposed to pass int.. \ 

19. 2t he had passed through Macedonia and \. 



Rom 15. 26 it hath pleased them of Macedonia and A. 

16. 5 Epametus. .the tirstfruits of [A.] unto 

1 Co. 16. 15 Stephanas, that it is the tirstfruits of A. 

2 Co. 1. 1 with all the saints which are iu all A. 

9. 2 I boast, .that A. was ready a year ago 
11. 10 stop me of this boasting, .regions of A 
1 Th. 1. 7 So that ye were ensamples to all. .in. .A. 
i. 8 sounded out the word, .not only iu. .A. 

A-CHAI'-CUS, 'Axa'iKos belonging to Achaia. 
A Corinthian who visited Paul at Philippi. 

1 Co. 16. 17 glad of the coining of Stephanas, .and A. 

A '-CHAN, A'-CHAR, joy, Ipu trouble. 
One of the tribe of Judah, who, at the destruction of 
Jericho by Joshua, stole part of the spoil and hid it, 
and was put to death in cousequeuce, B.C. 1451. 
Josh. 7. 1 for A. the son of Carmi. .took of the 
7. 18 and A., the son of Carmi. .was taken 
7. 19 And Joshua said unto A., My sou, give 
7. 20 And A. answered Joshua, and said 
7. 24 And Joshua, .took A. the son of Zerah 
22. 20 Did not A. the son of Zerah commit a 
1 Ch. 2. 7 And the sons of Carmi; A., the troubler 

A'-CHAZ, *Axa£ inx he holds. 

The Greek form of Ahaz, oue of the kings of Judah. 

Matt. 1. 9 Joatham begat A.; and A. begat Ezekias 
ACH'-BOR, ii3?y a mouse. 

1. Father of the seventh Edomite kiug. 

Gen. 36. 38 Saul died, and Baal-hanan the son of A, 
36. 39 And Baal-hanan the son of A. died, and 

1 Ch. 1. 49 Baal-hanan the sou of A. reigned in his 

2. One of Josiah's messengers sent to inquire concern- 
ing the denunciation of wrath against the national sins, 
as found recorded in the book of the law discovered 
by Jlilkiah in the temple, B.C. 641. Iu 2 Ch. 34. 20 
Abdon is named in the place of Achbor, 

2 Ki. 22. 12 the king commanded. .A. the sou of Mi. 

22. 14 SoHilkiah the priest., and A... went unto 

3. A Jew, whose son was sent by Jehoiakim to bring 
back Urijah the prophet out of Egypt, B.c 600. 

Jer. 26. 22 the king sent . . Eluathau the son of A. 
36. 12 princes sat there.. Eluathau the son of A. 

A'-CHIM, "Ax^i/J. woes. 

An ancestor of Joseph, husband of Alary, mother of 

Jesus 

Matt. 1. 14 Sadoc begat A.; and A. begat Eliud 
A'-CHISH, trpx seiyeut-charmcr, 

1. A king of Oath to whom David lied, B.C. 1060. 

1 Sa. 21. 10 David arose, .and went to A. the king of 
21. 11 the servants of A. said unto him, (Is) not 
21. 12 David, .was sore afraid of A. the king of 
21. 14 Then said A. uuto his servants, Lo, ye 
27. 2 David arose, aud he passed over, .unto A. 
27. 3 David dwelt with A. at Gath, he and 
27. 5 David said unto A., If I have now found 
27. 6 Then A. gave him Ziklag that day 
27. 9 David smote the land, .returned, .to A. 
27. 10 And A. said, Whither have ye made a 

27. 12 And A. believed David, saying, He hath 

28. 1 And A. said uuto David, Know thou 
28. 2 David said to A., Surely thou shalt 

28. 2 And A. said to David, Therefore will I 

29. 2 David, .passed on in the rereward with A. 
29. 3 And A. said unto the princes of the Phil. 
29. 6 Theu A. called David, and said unto him 
29. 8 David said unto A., But what have I 

29. 9 And A. answered and said to David, I 

2. A king of Gath, who reigued about forty-five years 
later than No. 1, in the time of Solomon, B.C. 1013. 

1 Ki. 2. 39 the servants of Shimei ran away unto A. 
2. 40 Shimei arose, .and weut to Gath to A. to 

ACH-ME'-THA, KODrjN a place of horses. 
A city of Media, perhaps the same as Ecbatana, i.e. the 
modem llamadan. N. lat. 34° 47', E. long. 47" 52'. 
Ezra 6. 2 there was found at A., iu the palace 
A'-CHOR, "uaj/ trouble. 

\ valley near Jericho, in which Achan and his property 
was destroyed and buried, B.C. 1451. 

Josh. 7. 24 they brought them unco the valley of A. 
7. 26 name of that place was. .The valley of A. 
15. 7 border went up. .from the valley of A. 
Isa. 65. 10 the valley of A. a place for the herds to 
Hos. 2. 15 and the valley of A. for a door of hope 
ACH'-SA, ACH'-SAH, nosy serpent-charmer. 
Daughter of Caleb, and wife of Othuiel, B.C. 1440. 
Josh. 15. 16 He that smiteth. .to him will I give A. 

15. 17 and he gave him A. his daughter to wife 
Judg. 1. 12 He that smiteth. .to him will I give A. 

1. 13 and he gave him A. his daughter to wife 
1 Ch. 2. 49 and the daughter of Caleb (was) A. 
ACH'-SHAPH, r\ypx dedicated. 

A Phenician city, at the foot of Carmel, ullotted to 
Asher; now called Khaifa. 

Josh. 11. 1 Jabin king of Hazor. .sent to. .king of A. 
12. 7, 20 these (are) the kings, .the king of A. 
19. 24, 25 children of A. . .border. .Helkath. .A. 
ACH'-ZIB, 3'PN' a winter brook, a lie. 
1. A town in W. of Judah. Comp. Gen. 38. 5. 

Josh. 15. 33, 44 in the valley. . Keilah. and A., and M, i 
Mic. 1. "14 the houses of A (shall be) a lie to the 



2. A city of Asher by the sea of Galilee, and 19 miles 

from Accho, and now called Es-zib. 

Josh. 19. 29 are at the sea from the coast to A. 
Judg. 1. 31 did Asherdriveout the inhabitants, .of A. 

ACKNOWLEDGE, to — 

l.To know, jrv yada. 

Psa. 5 i. 3 For I acknowledge my transgressions 
Prov. 3. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and 
Isa. 33. 13 ye (that are) near, acknowledge my might 
Jer. 3. 13 Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that 
14. 20 We acknowledge, OLuRB-, our wickedness. 

2. To make known, jn; yada, 5. 

Psa. 32. 5 I acknowledged my siu uuto thee, and 

3. To make known, discern, 151 nakar, 5. 

Gen. 38. 26 And Judah acknowledged (them), and 
Deut.21. 17 But he shall acknowledge the son of the 

33. 9 neither did he acknowledge his brethren 
Isa. 61. 9 all that see them shall acknowledge 

63. 16 though, .be ignorant. .Israel acknowledge 
Jer. 24. 5 Like these, .so will I acknowledge them 
Dan. 11. 39 whom he shall acknowledge (and) increase 
4.To make known fully, iiriyivwo-Kw ejnginosko. 

1 Co. 14. 37 let him acknowledge that the things that 

16. 18 therefore acknowledge ye them that are 

2 Co. 1. 13 shall acknowledge, .or acknowledge 

1. 14 As also ye have acknowledged us in part 
ACKNOWLEDGING — 
Full knowledge, eVryroxns- ejrignosis. 

2 Ti. 2. 25 give them repentance to the acknowled. 
Titus 1. 1 the acknowledging of the truth which 
Phm. 6 become effectual by the acknowledging 
ACKNOWLEDGMENT — 
Full knowledge, i-rriyvwo-is cpignosis. 

Col. 2. 2 to the acknowledgment of the mystery of 
ACQUAINT self, to — 
To make profit, j?o sakan, 5. 

Job 22. 21 Acquaint now thyself with him, and be at 
ACQUAINTANCE — 
l.JTo know, yy r yada. 

Job 19. 13 and mine acquaintance are verily 

42. 11 they that had been of his acquaintance 
2. To be known, yi; yada, 4. 

Psa. 31. 11 and a fear to mine acquaintance : they 
55. 13 But (it was) thou, a man. .acquaintance 
88. 8 Thou hast put away mine acquaintance 
88. 18 far from me, (and) mine acquaintance 

3. One known, discerned, 13D makkar. 
zKi. 12. 5 every man of his acquaintance 

12. 7 receive no. .money of your acquaintance 

4. One known, yvuxrrSs gnostos. 

Luke 2. 44 they sought him among . .acquaintance 
23. 49 all his acquaintance, and the women that 
ACQUAINTANCE, his — 
One^s 070/1, iStos idios. 

Acts 24. 23 forbid none of his acquaintance to 
ACQUAINTED, to be — 
To make useful, acquainted, |3D sakan, 5. 

Psa. 139. 3 and art acquainted (with) all my ways 
ACQUAINTED with, to be — 
To know, J7T yada. 

Isa. 53. 3 man of sorrows, and acquainted with 

ACQUAINTING — 

/"" Irad, drier, 3ru nahag. 

Eccl. 2. 3 yet acquainting mine heart with wisdom 

ACQUIT, to — 

J'n declare innocent, cut off, t\\>i naqah, 3. 

Job 10. 14 and thou wilt not acquit me from mine 
Nah. 1. 3 The Lord, .will not at all acquit 

ACRE — 

I. A yolce (of oxen), ipx tsemed. 

Isa. 5. 10 ten acres of vineyard shall yield one bath 
'2. A furrow, rny.D maanah. 

1 Sa. 14. 14 half acre of land, (which) a yoke (of oxen) 
&CT — 

{.Word, thing, "irn dabar. 

i Ki. 10. 6 I heard in mine own laud of thy acts and 
11. 41 And the rest of the acts of Solomon, and 

11. 41 iu the book of the acts of Solomou? 
14. 19 And the rest of the acts of Jeroboam 

14. 29 Now the rest of the acts of Rehoboam 

15. 7 Now the rest of the acts of Abijam, and 
15. 23 The rest of all the acts of Asa, aud all 

15. 31 Now the rest of the acts of Nadah, ami 

16. 5 Mow the rest of the acts of Baasha, and 
16. 14 Now the rest of the acts of Elah, and all 
16. 20 Now the rest of the acts of Zimri, and 
16. 27 Now the rest of the acts of Omri which 
22. 39 Now the rest of the acts of Ahab, and all 
22. 45 Now the rest of the acts of Jeboshaphat 

2 Ki. 1. 18 Now the rest of the acts of Ahaziah 

8. 23 And the rest of the acts of Joram, aoid all 
10. 34 Now the rest of the acts of Jehu and all 

12. 19 And the rest of the acts ot Joash, aud all 

13. 8 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoahaz 

13. 12 And the rest oi the acts of Joash and all 

14. 15 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoash 

14. 18 And the rest of the acts of Amaziah, (are) 



ACT 



13 



ADINO 



a K±. U 2S ^ ow f ae rest of tlie acts of Jeroooam 
15 6 And the rest of the acts of Azariah, and 
15 11 And the rest of the acts of Zachariah 
15. 15 And the rest of the acts of Shallum, and 
15. 21 And the rest of the acts of Meuahem 
15. 26 And the rest of the acts of Pekahiah 
i 5 . 31 And the rest of the acts of Pekah, and 

15. 36 Now the rest of the acts of Jotham, and 

16. 19 Now the rest of the acts of Ahaz which 

20. 20 And the rest of the acts of Hezekiah 

21. 17 Now the rest of the acts of Manasseh 
21. 25 Now the rest of the acts of Anion which 

23. 28 Now the rest of the acts of Josiah, and 

24. 5 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoiakim 

1 Ch. 29. 29 Now the acts of David the king, first 

2 Ch. 9. 5 I heard in mine own land of thine acts 

9. 29 Now the rest of the acts of Solomon 

12. 15 Now the acts of Rehoboam, first and last 

13. 22 And the rest of the acts of Abijah, and 
16. 11 And, behold, the acts of Asa, first and 
20. 34 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoshaphat 

25. 26 Now the rest of the acts of Amaziah 

26. 22 Now the rest of the acts of Uzziah, first 

27. 7 Now the rest of the acts of Jotham, and 

28. 26 Now the rest of his acts and of all his 

32. 32 Now the rest of the acts of Hezekiah 

33. iS Now the rest of the acts of Manasseh 

35. 26 Now the rest of the acts of Josiah, and 

36. 8 Now the rest of the acts of Jehoiakim 

Deut. 11." 3 And his miracles, and his acts, which he 
11. 7 But your eyes have seen all the gTeat acts 
2 Ki. 23. 19 according to all the acts that he had done 
Esth. 10. 2 And all the acts of his power and of his 
3. Service, deed, nTOj;. abodah. 

Isa. 28. 21 and bring to pass his act, his strange 

4. Act, action, nV?X alildh. 

Psa.103. 7 He' made known his. .acts unto the 

5. Act, deed, doing, hi&poal. 

2 Sa. 23. 20 Benaiah . .who had done many acts, he 
1 Ch. 11. 22 Benaiah. .who had done many acts 
Isa. 59. 6 the act of violence (is) in their hands 

ACT, in the very — 

Jn tlie very theft, 4TravTo<pwpq> epautophoro. 

John S. 4 [this woman was taken.. in the very act] 
ACTION — 
Act, action, nV^ alilah. 

1 Sa. 2. 3 and by him actions are weighed 

ACTIVITY — 

Strength, force, hy\ chayil. 

Gen. 47. 6 if thou knowest (any) men of activity 

AD-A'-DAH, iTTyry bordering. 

A city in S. of Judah, near Dimonah. 

Josh. 15. 21, 22 the coast of Edoni southward. .A. 
A'-DAH, ni^ pleasure. 

1. One of the wives of Lamech, B.C. 3874. 

Gen. 4. 19 the name of the one (was) A., and the 
4. 20 And A. bare Jabal : he was the father of 
4. 23 Lamech said unto his wives, A. and 

2. Oue of the wives of Esau, B.C. 1750. 

Gen. 36. 2 A. the daughter of Elon the Hittite, and 
36. 4 And A. bare to Esau Eliphaz ; and 
36. 10 Eliphaz the son of A. the wife of Esau 
36. 12 these (were) the sons of A. Esau's wife 
36. 16 (are), .dukes, .these (were) the sons of A. 

A-DA'-IAH, ;vnj£ pleasing to Jah. 

1. Maternal grandfather of king Josiah, B.C. 641. 

2 Ki. 22. i mother's name (was), .the daughter of A. 

2. A Levite descended from Gershom. 

1 Ch. 6. 41 the son of Zerah, the son of A. 

3. A son of Shinihi the Benjamite. 

1 Ch. 8. i2~2i The sons of Elpaal. . A., and Beraiah 

4. A Levite of the family of Aaron, and head of a family 
in Jerusalem. 

1 Ch. 9. 10-12 of the priests. .A. the son of Jeroham 

5. The father of a captftin that aided Jehoiada to put 
Joash on the throne of Judah. 

2 Ch. 23. 1 Jehoiada. .took. .Maaseiah the son of A. 

6. One of the family of Bani, who took a strange wife 
during the exile, B.C. 457. 

Ezra 10. 29 of the sous of Bani; Meshullani. .and A. 

7. Another of a different family of Bani, who had also 
taken a strange wife, B.C. 445. 

Ezra 10. 34-39 of the sons of Bani. .Nathan, and A. 

8. A descendant of Judah by Pharez. 

Neh. 1 1. 5 [children of Judah] . . Maaseiah . . son of A. 

9. A Levite of the family of Aaron, probably the same 
as No. 4. 

Neh. 11. 12 and A. the son of Jeroham, the son of P. 
A-DAL'-IA, n;V]K honour of 1 zed. 
One of the ten sons of Hainan who were hanged along 
with their father, B.C. 510. 

Esth. 9. 8 A. . . The ten sons of Haman the son of H. 
AD'- AM, cnx of tJie ground, firm. 
1. The man that God created and placed in the garden 
of Eden, B.C. 4004. 

Gen. 2. 19 the Loud God . . brought (them) unto A. to 



Gen. 2. 19 whatsoever A. called every living creature 
2. 20 And A. gave names to all cattle.and to the 
2. 20 but for A. there was not found an help 
2. 21 caused a deep sleep to fall upon A. 

2. 23 A. said, This (is) now bone of my bones 

3. 8 and A. and his wife hid themselves from 
3. 9 And the Lord God called unto A., and 

3. 17 And unto A. he said, Because thou hast 
3. 20 And A. called his wife's name Eve 

3. 21 Unto A. also and to Ins wife did the Lord 

4. 1 And A. knew Eve his wife ; and she 

4. 25 And A. knew his wife again ; and she bare 

5. 1 the book of the generations of A. 

5. 2 and called their name A. , in the day when 
5. 3 And A. lived an hundred and thirty years 
5. 4 And the days of A. after he had begotten 
5. 5 And all the days that A. lived were 

Deut 32. 8 when he separated the sons of A., he set 

1 Ch. 1. 1 A., Sheth, Enosh 

Job 31. 33 If I covered my transgressions as A. 

Luke 3. 38 Seth, which was. .of A., which was. .of 

Bom. 5. 14 Nevertheless death reigned from A. to 
5. 14 after the similitude of A.'s transgression 

1 Co. 15. 22 For as in A. all die, even so in Christ 
15. 45 The first man A. was made a living soul 

15. 45 the last A. (was made) a quickening spirit 
1 Ti. 2. 13 For A. was first formed, then Eve 

2. 14 And A. was not deceived, but the woman 
Jude 14 And Enoch also, the seventh from A. 

2. A town on the E. of the Jordan, 12 miles from 
Zartan in Manasseh, and 36 miles N. of Jericho. In 
the LXX. it is called Kiriatharim, and the termination 
arim may be = adam. It would thus mean "the city 
(Kiriath) of Arim or Adam." 

Josh. 3. 16 waters., rose up .. very far from the city A. 
A-DA'-MATT, nonx ground, fortress. 
A fenced city in Naphtali. 

Josh. 19. 35, 36 And the fenced cities. .A., and Bamah 
ADAMANT stone — 
Brier, diamond point, VD$ shamir. 

Eze. 3. 9 As an adamant harder than flint have I 

Zech. 7. 12 made their hearts (as) an adamant stone 

A-DA'-MI, 'D-w fortified. 

A city of Naphtali, the same as Adamah. 

Josh. 19. 33 their coast was from Heleph. .and A. 

A'-DAR, 17b* ft re god. 

The 12th month of the Jewish sacred year, from the 
new moon of March till the one of April, and was 
doubled seven times in nineteen years to synchronise 
the lunar and the solar years. 

Ezra 6. 15 was finished on the third day of. .A. 

Esth. 3. 7 twelfth (month), that (is), the month A. 

3. 13 twelfth month, which (is) the month A. 

8. 12 twelfth month, which (is) the month A. 

9. 1 the twelfth month, that (is) the month A. 
9. 15 the fourteenth day also of the month A. 
9. 17 the thirteenth day of the month A. 

9. 19 made the fourteenth day of the month A. 
9. 21 keep the fourteenth day of the month A. 

A'-DAR or AD'-DAR, T)N height, honour. 

1. A city called also Eazar-Addar, in the S. of Judah, 
near Edom. 

Josh. 15. 3 and went up to A., and fetched a compass 

2. Son of Bela, and grandson of Benjamin, B.C. 1680. 

1 Ch. 8. 3 And the sons of Bela were, A., and Gera. 
AD-BE'-EX, Vx^nx languishing for God. 
Son of Ishmael, and grandson of Abraham, B.C. 1840. 

Gen. 25. 13 firstborn of Ishmael, Nebajoth .. and A. 

1 Ch. 1. 29 firstborn of Ishmael, Nebajoth . . and A. 

ADD, to — 

I. To add, increase, ^p; yasaph. 

Lev. 27. 13 then he shall add a fifth (part) thereof 
27. 15 then he shall add the fifth (part) of the 
27. 19 then he shall add the fifth (part) of the 
27. 27 he shall redeem (it), .and shall add 
Deut. 5. 22 and he added no more. And he wrote them 
19. 9 then shalt thou add three cities more for 

1 Sa. 12. 19 for we have added unto all our sins (this) 
Isa. 38. 5 behold, I will add unto thy days fifteen 
Jer. 45. 3 for the Lord hath added grief to my 

2. To add, increase, continue, *]p; yasaph, 5. 
Gen. 30. 24 The Lord shall add to me another son 
Lev. 5 16 and shall add the fifth part thereto, and 
6. 5 and shall add the fifth part more thereto 
27. 31 shall add thereto the fifth (part)thereof 
Num. 5. 7 and add unto it the fifth (part) thereof, and 
Deut. 4. 2 Ye shall not add unto the word which I 
12. 32 thou shalt not add thereto, nor diminish 

2 Sa. 24. 3 Now the Lord thy God add unto the 

1 Ki. 12. 11 I will add to your yoke : my father 

12. 14 and I will add to your yoke : my father 

2 Ki. 20. 6 And I will add unto thy days fifteen years 

1 Ch. 22. 14 and thou mayest add thereto 

2 Ch. 10. 14 butlwilladd thereto: myfather chastised 

28. 13 ye intend to add (more) to our sins and to 
J°b 34- 37 F° r he addeth rebellion unto his sin, he 
Prov. 3. 2 length of days, .shall they add to thee 

10. 22 it maketh rich, and he addeth no sorrow 

16. 23 The heart of the wise, .addeth learning to 
30. 6 Add thou not unto his words, lest he 

■3. To give, jrn nathan. 

Num. 35. 6 to them ye shall add forty and two cities 
Psa. 69. 27 Add iniquity unto their iniquity ; and 



4. To add, "3? sapliah. 

Deut 29. 19 though I walk in the imagination . . to add 

Isa. 29. 1 add ye year to year ; let them kill sacrifice - 

30. 1 not of my spirit, that they may add sin to 

0. To bear or bring upon, eVt^epw epiphero. 
Phil. 1. 16 supposing to add affliction to my bonds 

6. To furnish abundantly, iTrixoprjyew epichoregeu. 

2 Pe. 1. 5 giving all diligence, add to your faith 

7. To put to, or f oi' ward, irpoo~Ti9t)ii.i prostitliemi. 
Matt. 6. 27 can add one cubit unto his stature? 

6. 33 all these things shall be added unto you 
Luke 3. 20 Added this yet above all, that he shut up 
12. 25 with taking thought can add to his stature 
12. 31 all these things shall be added unto you 
19. 11 as they heard these things, he added and 
Acts 2. 41 the same day there were added (unto 

2. 47 the Lord added to the church daily such 
5. 14 believers were the more added to the 
11. 24 much people was added unto the Lord 
Gal. 3. 19 It was added because of transgressions 
ADD in conference, to — 

To add up together, irpoaavaTid-n^LL 2>rosanatithemi . 
Gal. 2. 6 in conference added nothing to me, but 
ADD (thereto), to — 

To'ar range throughout in addition, 4tn^iard(r(TGp.a.i. 
Gal. 3. 15 no man disanuulleth, or addeth thereto 
ADD unto, to — 
To put on, ar upon, tiriTidwfj.1 epitithemi. 

Kev. 22. 18 If any man shall add unto-. .shall add uu 
AD-DAN, J-jN strong. 

The name of a place from which some of the inhabit- 
ants came with Zerubbabel to Jerusalem ; others con- 
sider it the name of a man who was unable to show his 
genealogy to be of Israel, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 59 these (were) they which went up from. .A. 
ADDED, to be — 

1. To be added, p ,p; yasaph, 2. 

Jer. 36. 32 and there were added besides unto them 

2. To be added, qp^ yesa2)h, 6. 

Dan. 4. 36 and excellent majesty was added unto me 
ADDER — 
1. Adder, ^E ; py alcshub. 

Psa. 140. 3 adders' poison (is) under their lips 
2. A sjy, ]J)3petJten. 

Psa. 58. 4 (they are) like the deaf adder (that) 

91. 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder 
3. Basilisk, cockatrice, *31JJ£? tsijihoni. 

Pro. 23. 32 At the last it. .stingeth like an adder 
LAdder, viper, first? shephiphon. 

Gen. 49. 17 Dan shall be. .an adder in the path, that 
AD'-DI, 'AdSl (meaning uncertain). 
An ancestor of Joseph the husband of Mary mother of 
Jesus. 

Luke 3. 28 which was (the sou) of A., which was (the 
ADDICT, to — 
To arrange, set oneself, Ta.<r<ru> lasso. 

1 Co. 16. 15 and (that) they have addicted themselves 
ADDITIONS — 
Joinings, wreaths, rixh loyoth. 

1 Ki. 7. 29 (were) certain additions made of thin 

7. 30 undersetters molten, at'the side of every a. 
7. 36 proportion of every one, and additions 
AD'-DON, jVIN stro?ig. 
The same perhaps as Addan, B.C. 536. 

Neh. 7. 61 these(were)theywhichwentup. .from. .A. 
A'-DER, -n;.', T]J> a flock. 
A son of Berah, grandson of Shaharaim, a Benjamite. 

1 Ch. 8. 15 And Zebadiah, and Arad, and A. 
A-Df-EL, Sx-i^. ornament of God. 

1. A descendant of Simeon. 

1 Ch. 4. 36 and Jaakobah, and Jeshohaiah . . and A. 

2. A descendant of Aaron. 

1 Ch. 9. 12 and Maasiai the son of A., the son of 

3. Asmaveth's father, who was David's treasurer (per- 
haps the same as No. 2.), B.C. 1030. 

1 Ch. 27. 25 the king's treasures (was) . . the son of A. 

A'-DLN, jnj; ornament. 

l.One whose descendants returned from Babylon with 

Zerubbabel, B.C. 445. 

Ezra 2. 15 The children of A., four hundred fifty and 
Neh. 7. 20 The children of A., six hundred fifty and 

2. One whose posterity came up with Ezra. 

Ezra 8. 6 Of the sons also of A. ; Ebed the son of J. 

3. The name of a family who with Nehemiah and the 
people sealed the covenant. 

Neh. 10. 14-16 [The chief of the people], .A. 
A-DI'-NA, KP'SL ornament. 
A Reubenite captain of David's, B.C. 104S. 

1 Ch. 11. 42 A. the son of Shiza the Reubenite, a 
A-DI'-NO, U"]Ji ornament. 
One of David's thirty valiant men, B.C. 1048. 

2Sa. 23. 8 The Tachmonite. .the same (was) A. the 



ADITHAIM 



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ADULTERY 



A-DI-THA'-IM, D'nn^ two ways, or passages. 
A city in the plain of Judah. 

Jo3h. 15. 33-36 in the valley. .Sharaini, and A., and 
ADJURE, to — 
1.7V? cause to take oath, rhii alah, 5. 

1 Sa. 14. 24 for Saul had adjured the people, saying 
2.7V) cause to swear, j/37 shaba, 5. 

Jos, 6. 26 And Joshua adjured (them) at that time 

1 Ki. 22. 16 How many times shall I adjure thee that 

2 Ch. 18. 15 How many times shall I adjure thee that 
3. To adjure thoroughly, ££opKi(w exorkizo. 

Matt 26. 63 I adjure thee by the living God, that thou 
A, To adjure, bpiclfa horMzo. 

Mark 5. 7 I adjure thee by God, that thou torment 

Acts 19. 13 We adjure you by Jesus whom Paul 
AD-LAI, *^ny lax, weary. 

-Father of Shaphat, who was overseer of the herds in the 
lowlands in David's time, B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 27. 29 over the herds. .(was)ShaphatthesonofA. 
AD'-MAH, nOTN cartlnonrk, fortress. 
A town in the vale of Siddim which was destroyed with 
Sodom, Gomorrah, Zeboim, B.C. 1897. 

Gen. 10. 19 as thou goest unto. .Gomorrah, and A. 
14. 2 made war with. .Shinab king of A., and 
14. 8 there went out. .the king of A., and the 

Deut 29. 23 the overthrow of Sodom and Gomorrah, A. 

Hos. 11. 8 how shall I make thee as A.? 

AD-MA'-THA, NnniN God-given. 

One of the seven princes of Persia and Media in the 

reign of Ahasuerus, B.C. 510. 

Esth. 1. 14 the next unto him (was) Carshena. .A. 
ADMINISTERED, to be — 
To minister, StaKoviw diakoneo. 

2 Co. 8. 19 which is administered by us to the glory 
8. 20 this abundance which is administered by 

ADMINISTRATION — 
Ministry, btaicovia dlakouia. 

1 Co. 12. 5 there are differences of administrations 

2 Co. 9. 12 For the administration of this service 
ADMIRATION — 

Wonder, 8av/ia thauma. 

Rev. 17. 6 I wondered with great admiration 
ADMIRATION, to have in — 
To wonder, Bav/j.d£c0 thaumazd. 

Jude 16 having men's persons in admiration 
ADMIRED, to be — 
To wonder, 6avp,d(w thaumazd. 

2 Th. 1. 10 and to be admired in all them that believe 
ADMONISH, to — 

1. To testify, say again and again, "ny ltd, 5. 
Jer. 42. 19 know certainly that I have admonished 

2. To put in mind, vovdeTeco noutlieted. 

Rom. 15. 14 able also to admonish one another 
Col. 3. 16 teaching and admonishing one another 

1 Th. 5. 12 we beseech you. .and admonish you 

2 Th. 3. 15 but admonish (him) as a brother 

3. To recommend, irapaivew paraineo. 

Acts 27. 9 was now already past, Paul admonished 
ADMONISHED, to be — 
To he shone on, *irn zahar, 2. 

Eccl. 4. 13 king, who will no more be admonished 
12. 12 further, by these, my son, be admonished 

ADMONISHED of God, to be — 

7*0 have a divine oracle, xpn^ari^w chrenuitizo. 
Heb. 8. 5 as Moses was admonished of God when 

ADMONITION — 

A putting into the mind, vovQeaia noutliesia. 
1 Co. 10. 11 they arc written for our admonition 
Eph. 6. 4 bring them up in the . . admonition of the 
Titus 3. 10 an heretick, after the. .second admonition 

AD'-NA, Nj~iy pleasure. 

1. One of the family of Pahath-moab who had taken a 
strange wife during the exile, B.C. 456. 

Ezra 10. 30 of the sous of Pahath-moab ; A., and 

2. A priest in the time of Joiakim, grandson of Jozadak. 

Neh. 12. 12-15 [the chief of the fathers].. Of Hanm,A. 
AD'-NAH, rtiny. pleasure. 

1. A captain of Manasseh, who joined David in Ziklag, 

B.C. 1048. 

1 Ch. 12. 20 there- fell to him of Manasseh, A., and 

2. The chief captain of the armyofJehoshaphat,B.C.9i4. 

2CI1. 17. 14 Of Judah. .A. the chief, and with him 
ADO, to make an — 
To be tumultuous, Oapv&touat fhorubeomai. 

Mark 5. 39 he salth..Why make ye tbis ado, and 

A-DO-NI-BE'-ZEK, PH"*ftj lord of lightning. 
A king of Bezek, captured by the men of Judah and 
Sinuitii and taken tu Jerusalem, where he was mutilated 
and died, B.O. 1449. 

Judg. 1. 5 And they found A. in Bezek: and they 
1. 6 But A. Bed ; and tliey pursued after him 
1. 7 And A. said, Threescore aud ten kings 



A-DO-NI'-JAH, n;iiK Jah is my lord. 

1. Fourth son of David, born in Hebron, and afterwards 

put to death by Solomon for aspiring to the throne, 

B.C. 1015. 

2 Sa. 3. 4 [unto David were sons born] . . fourth A. 
1 Ki. 1. 5 Then A. the son of Haggith exalted 
1. 7 and they following A. helped (him) 
1. 8 Zadok the priest, and. .were not with A. 
1. 9 And A. slew sheep and oxen and fatcattle 
1. 11 saying, Hast thou not heard that A. the 
1. 13 Solomon, .shall reign, .why then doth A. 
1. 18 And now, behold, A. reigneth ; and now 
1. 24 Nathan said, .hast thou said, A. shall 
1. 25 behold, they, .say, God save king A. 
1. 41 And A. and all the guests that (were) with 
1. 42 And A. said unto him, Come in ; for thou 
1. 43 Jonathan answered and said to A., Verily 
1. 49 all the guests that (were) with A. were 
1. 50 And A. feared because of Solomon and 

1. 51 it was told Solomon, saying, Behold, A. 

2. 13 And A. the son of Haggith came to B. 
2. 19 king Solomon, to speak unto him for A. 
2. 21 And she said, Let Abishag..begivento A. 
2. 22 why dost thou ask Abishag. .for A. ? ask 
2. 23 God do so to me and more also, if A. have 
2. 24 A. shall be put to death this day 

2. 28 Joab hath turned after A., though he 

1 Ch. 3. 1. 2sonsof David, .third Absalom, .fourth A. 

2. One of the Levites sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the 
law, B.C. 914. 

2 Ch. 17. 8 with them (he sent) Levites. .A., and 

3. A chief of the people that with Nehemiah sealed the 
covenant, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 10. 14, 16 The chief of the people . . A., Bigavi, 

A-DO-NI'-KAM, DiJUlN my lord has risen. 

1. An Israelite whose descendants came up from Babylon 
after the exile, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 13 the children of A., six hundred sixty and 
Neh. 7. 18 the children of A., six hundred threescore 

2. One, some of whose posterity came up from Babylon 
with Ezra, B.C. 457. This may be the same as No. 1. 

Eza. 8. 13 of the last sons of A., whose names (are) 

A-DO-NI'-RAM, DTjik my lord is high. 
A tribute officer of Solomon's, B.C. 975. 

1 Ki. 4. 6 aud A. the son of Abda (was) over the 

5. 14 and A. (was) over the levy 

A-DO-NI-ZE-'DEK, piS-'^N lord of justice. 

A king of the Canaanites or Amorites in Jerusalem, and 

slain by Joshua, B.C. 1452. 

Josh. 10. 1 when A. king of Jerusalem had heard 
10. 3 Wherefore A. king of Jerusalem sent 

ADOPTION — 

Placing as a son, vlodeata huiothesia. 

Rom. 8. 15 ye have received the Spirit of adoption 

8. 23 waiting for the adoption, (to wit), the 

9. 4 to whom (pertaineth) the adoption, and 

ADOPTION of sons or children ^- 

Placing as a son, vLodeata huiothesia. 

Gal. 4. 5 we might receive the adoption of sons 
Eph. 1. 5 predestinated us unto the adoption ofc. 

A-DO-RA'-IM, D;inx double honour. 

A city in the S.W. of Judah, built by Rehoboam, son of 

Solomon, and now called Dura, 5 miles S.W. of Hebron. 

2 Ch. 11. 5, 9 Rehoboam dwelt in Jer., and built. .A. 
A-DO'-RAM, dtik high honour. 

1. An officer of David's, set over the tribute : supposed to 
be the same as Adoniram, B.C. 975. 

2 Sa.20. 24 And A. (was) over the tribute : and 

2. An officer of Solomon's and afterwards of Rehoboam's. 

1 Ki 12. iS Then king Rehoboam sent A., who (was) 

ADORN, to — 

I. To pass on or over, niy adah. 

Isa. 61. 10 ornaments, and as a bride adorneth 

2. To polish, adorn, noa^ita kosmeo. 

Luke2i. 5 how it was adorned with goodly stones 
1 Ti. 2. 9 also, that women adorn themselves 
Titus 2. 10 that they may adorn the doctrine of God 
1 Pe. 3. 5 holy women also, .adorned themselves 
Rev. 21. 2 as a bride adorned for her husband 

ADORNED, to be — 

To be passed on or over, n1v adah. 

Jer. 31. 4 thou shalt again be adorned with thy 

ADORNING — 

Ornament, k6(tj.i.os kosmos. 

1 Pe. 3. 3 Whoseadorninglet it not he that outward 

AD-RAM-ME'-LECH, "^T)N honour of the ting. 

1. An idol of the Sepharvitcswhom Shalmaneser brought 
to people the cities of Israel after carrying their in- 
habitants captive to Assyria. 

2 Ki. 17. 31 Sepharvites burnt their children, .to A. 

2. A son of Sennacherib, king of Assyria, who, with his 
brother Sharezer, sh*w their father in the temple of Nis- 
roch, B.C. 721. 

2 Ki. 19. 37 A. and Sharezer his sons smote him with 
Isa. 37. 38 it came to pass . . that A. . . smote hinrwith 



AD-RA-MYT'-TIUM, ' ' h^payLvrrnvds. 

A seaport of Mysia in Asia Minor, colonised by the 

Athenians. 

Acts 27. 2 entering into a ship of A., we launched 
A-DRI'-A, 'ASplas. 

The sea on the E. of Italy called the Adriatic, or Gulf 
of Venice. In Paul's time it embraced also the part of 
the Mediterranean between Greece and Sicily. 

Acts 27. 27 we were driven up and down in A. 

AD-RI'-EL, bxn-ij; honour of God. 

A man of Issachar, to whom Merab (Saul's daughter) was 
given, B.C. 1064. 

1 Sa. 18. 19 she was given unto A. the Meholathite 

2 Sa. 21. 8 whom she brought up for A. the son of 

A-DTJL'-LAM, bVtJ^ resting place. 
1. A royal city S.W. of Jerusalem. 

Josh. 12. 7-15 these (are) the kiugs. .the king 0! A. 
i5- 33-35 in the valley. .Jarmuth and A.,Socoh 

2CI1. 11. 57 Rehoboamdweltin Jer., and built. .A. 

Neh. n. 25-30 the children of Judah dwelt at.. A. 

Mic. 1. 15 he shall come unto A. the glory of Israel 
2.A large cave near the city (No. 1). 

1 Sa. 22. 1 David, .escaped to the cave A. : and 

2 Sa. 23. 13 of the thirty, .came, .unto the cave of A. 
1 Ch. 11. 15 three.. went down.. into the cave of A. 

A-DUL-LAM-ITE, vty, a native of Adullam. 

Gen. 38. 1 Judah went . . and turned in to a certain A. 
38. 12 he and his friend Hirah the A. 
38. 20 sent the kid by. .his friend the A. 

ADULTERER — 

1.7V) commit adultery, ^N3 naaph. 

Lev. 20. 10 the adulterer and adulteress shall surely 
Job 24. 15 The eye also of the adulterer waiteth for 

2.7V> commit adultery, f)Xj naaph, 3. 

Psa. 50. 18 and hast been partaker with adulterers 
Isa. 57. 3 the seed of the adulterer and the whore 
Jer. 9. 2 go from them ! for they (be) all adulterers 

23. 10 For the land is full of adulterers ; for 
Hos. 7. 4 They (are) all adulterers, as an oven 
Mai. 3. 5 and I will be. .against the adulterers 

S.Adidterer, /xoix^s moichos. 

Luke 18. 11 I thank thee. .1 am not as.. adulterers 

1 Co. 6. 9 fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers 
Heb. 13. 4 whoremongers and adulterers God will 
Jas. 4. 4 adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not 

ADULTERESS — 

l.To commit adultery, f]N3 naaph. 

Lev. 20. 10 the adulterer and the adulteress shall 

Eze. 23. 45 them afterthemannerof adulteresses, and 
23. 45 because they (are) adulteresses, and blood 
2. To commit adultery, ffii naaph, 3. 

Hos. 3. 1 yet an adulteress, according to the love 
3.77ie wife of a man, tf'tj na ! N esheth ish. 

Prov. 6. 26 and the adulteress will hunt for the 
4. Adulteress, /xotxaAts moichalis. 

Rom. 7. 3 called an adulteress, .is no adulteress 

Jas. 4. 4 Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye 
ADULTERIES — 
1. Adulterous objects, CT*)1fllJ3 )!".aphuphim. 

Hos. 2. 2 therefore put away.. her adulteries from 
2. Adulteries, U % pHl niuphim. 

Jer. 13. 27 I have seen thine adulteries, and thy 
ADULTERIES, in — 
Adulterous acts, O'BUi niuphim. 

Eze. 23. 43 I unto (her that was) old in adulteries 
ADULTEROUS — 
l.To commit adultery, *\X)naapih, 3. 

Prov. 30. 20 such (is) the way of an adulterous woman 
2. Adulteress, fioixahis moichalis. 

Matti2. 39 An evil and adulterous generation seeketh 
16. 4 wicked and adulterous generation seeketh 

Mark 8. 38 in this adulterous and sinful generation 
ADULTERY — 
1. Adulteress, p,otxct\ls moichalis. 

2 Pe. 2. 14 Having eyes full of adultery, aud that 
2. Adultery, fxoixtla, moichda. 

Matt 15. 19 For out of the heart proceed, .adulteries 
Mark 7. 21 of the heart of men, proceed, .adulteries 
John 8. 3 unto him a woman taken in adultery 
Gal. 5. 19 works of the flesh are. .Adultery 

ADULTERY, to commit — 

l.To commit adultery, q.vj naaph. 

Exodao. 14 Thou shalt not commit adultery 

Lev. 20. 10 And the man that conunitteth adultery 

20. 10 (even he) that committeth adultery with 
Deut. 5. iS Neither shalt thou commit adultery 
lYov. 6. 32 (But) whoso committeth adultery with a 
Jer. 3. 9 committed adultery with stones and with 
5, 7 they theu committed adultery, and 
7. 9 Will ye. .murder, and commit adultery 
23. 14 they commit adultery, and walk in lies 
2.T" commit adultery, t\x\ naaph, 3. 

Jer. 3. 8 backsliding Israel committed adultery 

29. 23 and have committed adultery with their 
Eze. 16. 32 (But as) a wife that committeth adultery 



ADULTERY 



15 



AFFECTION 



Eze. 23 37 That they have committed adultery, and 

23 . 37 with their idols . . committed adultery 
Hos. 4. 13 and your spouses shall commit adultery 

4. 14 your spouses when they commit adultery 

3. To commit adultery, fioixdo/j.at, moichaomai. 

Matt. 5. 32 causeth her to commit adultery : and 

5. 32 shall marry her. .committeth adultery 
19. 9 committeth adultery . . doth commit adul. 

Markio. n and marry another, committeth adultery 
10. 12 and he married, .she committeth adultery 

4. To commit adultery, ^oix e ^a? moicheuo. 

Matt. 5. 27 Thou shult not commit adultery 

5. 28 whosoever looketh. .committed adultery 

19. 18 Thou shalt not commit adultery 
Markio. 19 Thou knowest. .Do not commit adultery 
Luke 16. iS committeth adultery, .committeth adul. 

18. 20 Thou knowest. .Do not commit adultery 
Rom. 2. 22 commit adultery, .dost thou, .adultery 

13. 9 For this, Thou shalt not commit adultery 
Jas. 2. 11 not commit adultery, .commit no adultery 
Rev. 2. 22 and them that commit adultery with 

ADULTERY, committing — 

To commit adultery *|NJ naqpk. 

Hos. 4. 2 and stealing, and committing adultery 

ADULTERY, in — 

To commit adultery, fxoix*vu) moiclieuo. 

John 8. 4 [Master, this woman, .taken in adultery] 

A-DTTM'-MIM, D'anx red places. 

A ridge of hills, W. of Gilgal, between Judah and 

.Benjamin. 

Josh. 15. 7 Gilgal, that (is) "before the going up to A. 
18. 17 Gililoth. .over against the going up of A. 
ADVANCE, to — 
1. To make great, bii gadal, 3. 

Esth. 10. 2 whereunto the king advanced him, (are) 
2. To lift up, Hi:'} nasa., 3. 

Esth. 3. 1 and advanced him, and set his seat above 
5. 11 and how he had advanced him above the 

3. To do, make, n'pjj asah. 

1 Sa. 12. 6 (It is) the Lord that advanced Moses and 

ADVANTAGE — 

l.Over and above, superfluity, irepio-oSs perissos. 

Rom. 3. 1 What advantage then hath the Jew ? 
^.Profit, advantage, a!<£e\eia. 

Jude 16 persons in admiration .. of advantage 

ADVANTAGE, to be of — 

To profit, be useful, [2D sakan. 

Job 35, 3 thou saids't, What advantage will it be 

ADVANTAGE, to get an — 

To get more than another, irKeoveKTea pleonekteo. 

2 Co. 2. 11 Lest Satan should get an advantage of us 

ADVANTAGED, to be — 
To profit, axpeKzu) upJieleo. 

Luke 9. 25 For what is a man advantaged, if he gain 

ADVANTAGETH — 

Profit, advantage, otyehos ophelos. 

1 Co. 15. 32 what advantageth it me, if the dead 
ADVENTURE self, to — 
To give, give up, SiSw^ut didomL 

Acts 19. 31 not adventure himself into the theatre 
ADVENTURE, to — 
l.To try, attempt, ngi nasah, 3. 

Deut.28. 56 which would not adventure to set. .her 

l.To send forth, l\b$ shalal; 5. 

Judg. 9. 17 my father fought for you, and adventured 

ADVERSARY — 

l.To bind, distress, straiten, *fls tsur. 

Exod23- 22 an adversary unto thine adversaries 
2. Strait ness, straitener, is tsar. 

Deut32. 27 lest their adversaries should behave 

32. 43 will render vengeance to his adversaries 
Josh. 5. 13 (Art) thou for us, or for our adversaries ? 
Ezra 4. 1 Now when the adversaries of Judah and 
Neh. 4. 11 And our adversaries said, They shall not 
Esth. 7. 6 And Esther said, The adversary and 
Psa. 74. 10 how long shall the adversary reproach ? 
81. 14 turned my hand against their adversaries 
89. 42 set up the right hand of his adversaries 
Isa. 1. 24 I will ease me of mine adversaries, and 
- 9. 1 1 Lord shall set up the adversaries of Rezin 
59. 18 he will repay, fury to his adversaries 

63. 18 our adversaries have trodden down thy 

64. 2 to make, .known to thine adversaries 
Jer. 30. 16 and all thine adversaries, every one of 

46, 10 may avenge him of his adversaries 
50. 7 and their adversaries said, JVe offend not 
Lam. 1. 5 Her adversaries are the chief her enemies 
1. 7 the adversaries saw her, (and) did mock at 

1. 10 The adversary hath spread out-his hand 
t. 17 (that) his adversaries (should be)round 

2. 4 he stood, .as an adversary, and slew all 
2. 17 hath set up the horn of thine adversaries 
4. 12 not have believed that the adversary and 

Amos 3. 11 An adversary (there shall be) even round 
Mic. 5. 9 Thine hand, .upon thine adversaries 
Hah. 1. 2 will take vengeance on his adversaries 



Z.Straitness, .Tjy tsarah. 

1 Sa. 1. 6 and her adversary also provoked her sore 

4. To straiten, distress, Tiy tsarar. 

Exod 23. 22 an adversary unto thine adversaries 
Psa. 69. 19 mine adversaries (are) all before thee 
Isa. 11. 13 and the adversaries of Judah shall be cut 

5. To strive, plead, 2'~lrib, 5. 

1 Sa. 2. 10. The adversaries of the LORD shall be 
6. Accuser, opponent, ja';' satan. 

Num 22. 22 angel of the Lord stood, .an adversary 

1 Sa. 29. 4 lest in the battle he be an adversary tu us 

2 Sa. 19. 22 that ye should this day be adversaries 
1 Ki. 5. 4 (so that there is) neither adversary nor 

11. 14 And the Lord stirred up an adversary 
11. 23 God stirred him up (another) adversary 
11. 25 he was an adversary to Israel all the days 

7. To accuse, oppose, jeV satan. 

Psa. 71. 13 Let. .be. .consumed that are adversaries 
109. 20 this (be) the reward of mine adversaries 
109. 29 Let mine adversaries be clothed with 
S.Oicner of a judgment, B5ifO S53 baal mishpat. 
Isa. 50. 8 who (is) mine adversary? let him come 
9. A man of strife, 3*1 tTN ish rib. 

Job 31. 35 and (that) mine adversary had written a 
10. Opponent in law, avriStKos antidikos. 

Matt. 5. 25 Agree with thine adversary.. .lest the a. 
Lukei2. 58 when thou goest with thine adversary to 

18. 3 saying, Avenge me of mine adversary 
1 Pe. 5. 8 because your adversary the devil 

11. To be laid in opposition, apriKetfiat antikeimai. 
Luke 13. 17 all his adversaries were ashamed : and 
2i. 15 which all your adversaries shall not be 
1 Co. 16. 9 opened unto me, and. .many adversaries 
Phil. 1. 2S in nothing terrified by your adversaries 
1 Tim. 5. 14 give none occasion to the adversary to 

12.0ver against, virevavrios. 

Heb. 10. 27 which shall devour the adversaries 

ADVERSARY, to be an — 

To accuse, oppose, \tiy satan. 

Psa. 38. 20 They also that, .are mine adversaries 
109. 4 For my love they are my adversaries : but 

ADVERSITY — 

1. Halting, limping, ypv tsela. 

Psa. 35. 15 But in mine adversity they rejoiced, and 

'l.Straitness, distress, rny tsarah. 

2Sa. 4. 9 redeemed my soul out of all adversity 
2Ch. 15. 6 for God did vex them with all adversity 
Psa. 31. 7 thou hast known my soul in adversities 
Prov.17. 17 and a brother is born for adversity 
24. 10 (If) thou faint in the day of adversity 

Z.Straitness, straitener, is tsar. 

Isa. 30. 20 the Lord give you the bread of adversity 
i.Evil, V~i ra. 

1 Sa. 10. 19 saved you out of all your adversities and 
Psa. 10. 6 for I (shall) never (be) in adversity 

94. 13 give him rest from the days of adversity 
Eccl. 7. 14 in the day of adversity consider 

ADVERSITY, to suffer — 

Held by evil, KaKovxovfxivos kakouchoumenos. 

Heb. 13. 3 them which surfer adversity, as being 
ADVERTISE, to — 
l.To counsel, \"T, yaats. 

Num.24. J 4 1 wil1 advertise thee what this people 
2. To uncover, the ear, \\h n^a galah ozen. 

Ruth 4. 4 I thought to advertise thee, saying 
ADVICE — 
l.Wordj "13*3 dabar. 

Judg 20.' *7 give here your advice and counsel 

2 Sa. 19. 43 advice should not be first had in bringing 

2. Taste, reason, Dj,'t? taam. 

iSa 25. 33 blessed(be)thyadvice,andblessed(be)thou 

Z.Counsel, nyjg etsah, 

2 Ch. 10. 14 and answered them after the advice of 

4.0 'pinion founded on knowledge, yva>/j.i] gnome. 

2 Cor. 8. 10 And herein I give (my) advice : for this is 
ADVICE, good — 
Combinations, ni^irJR lachbuloth. 

Prov.20. iS and with good advice make war 
ADVICE, to take cr give — 
l.To give or take counsel, J*y; yaats, 2. 

2 Ch. 10. 9 What advice give ye that we may return 
25. 17 Then Amaziah king of Judah took advice 

2. To take counsel, py tits. 

Judg 19. 30 consider of it, take advice, and speak 
ADVISE, to — 
l.To kno-w, VI) yada. 

2 Sa. 24. 13 now advise, and see what answer I shall 

2. To he counselled, py; yaats, 2. 

1 Ki. 12. 6 How do ye advise that I may answer this 

3. To give counsel, {$qv\t}v Tidnp.1 boulen tithemi. 

Acts 27. 12 the more part advised to depart thence 
ADVISE self, to — 
To see, nsn raah. 

1 Ch.21. 12 advise thyself what word I shall bring 



ADVISZD, -well — 

To be counselled, ]'ill yaats, 2. 

Prov.13. 10 but with the well advised (is) wisdom 
ADVISEMENT — 
Counsel, ~s£ etsah. 

1 Ch. 12. 19 the Philistines upon advisement sent him 
ADVOCATE — 
One called alongside (to heljA, irapdicKrjTOs. 

1 Jo. 2. 1 And if any man sin, we have an advocate 
AE-NE'-AS, Atv&v praise. 
A paralytic of Lydda healed by Peter. 

Acts 9. 33 there he found a certain man named A. 
9. 34 Peter said unto him, A., Jesus Christ 

AE'-NON, Alv&v (natural) fountains. 

A place near Salim (a little N. of it, and now called 

Aynum), at the head of the valley of Shechem. Copious 

springs are still here, in a broad open valley called 

Wady-Farah. 

John 3. 23 John also was baptising in A. near to S. 

APAR (off) — 

1.4 place far off, 50"!«? merchaq. 

Psa. 138. 6 but the proud he knoweth afar off 

Jer. 31. 10 nations, and declare, .in the isles afar off 

2. Far off, pirn, rachoq. 

Gen. 22. 4 Abraham lifted up . . saw the place afar off 

37. 18 they saw him afar off. .before he came 
Exod. 2. 4 And his sister stood afar off, to wit 

20. iS the people saw (it) t they, .stood afar off 
20. 21 And the people stood afar off 
24. 1 seventy of the elders, .worship, .afar off 
Num. 9. 10 If any man. .(be), .in a journey afar off 

1 8a. 26. 13 stood on the top of an hill afar off 

2 Ki. 2. 7 fifty men . . went, and stood to view afar off 
Ezra 3. 13 people shouted, .noise was heard afar off 
Neh. 12. 43 joy of Jerusalem was heard even afar off 
Job 2. 12 when they lifted up their eyes afar off 

36. 25 Every man. .may behold (it) afar off 
39 25 Ha. .he smelleth the battle afar off 
39. 29 she seeketh. .her eyes behold afar off 
Psa. 10. 1 Why standest thou afar off, Lord? 

38. 11 My lovers . . and my kinsmen stand afar off 

65. 5 them that are afar off (upon) the sea 
139. 2 thou understandest my thought afar off 

Isa. 23. 7 her own feet shall carry her afar oil' 
59. 14 And. .justice standeth afar off 

66. 19 (to) Tubal, and Javan, (to) the isles afar off 
Jer. 23. 23 a God at hand, .and not a God afar off? 

46. 27 behold, I will save thee from afar off 
51. 50 go away, .remember the Lord afar off 
Mic. 4, 3 he shall, .rebuke strong nations afar off 

3. To pttt oi' go far off, prn rachaq, 5. 

Exod 33. 7 and pitched it. .afar off from the camp 
■i.Far, distant, fiatcpdv makran. 

Acts 2. 39 and to all that are afar off, (even) as many 
Eph. 2. 17 peace to you which were afar off 

5. From far, fj.anp6dev makrothen. 

Markn. 13 seeing a fig tree afar off, having 
Luke 18. 13 the publican, standing afar off, would 

16.23; 22. 54; 23.49; Ma-tt. 26. 58; 27. 55 j 
Mark 5. 6 ; 14. 54 ; 15. 40 ; Rev. 18. to, 15. 17 

0. From after, Troppcodev 2 }or rothen-* 

Luke 17. 12 that- were lepers, which stood afar off 
Heb. 11. 13 but having seen them afar off 

AFFAIR — 

l.Word, thing, ttj dabar. 

1 Ch. 26. 32 made' rulers, .for. .affairs of the king 
Psa. 112. 5 he will guide his affairs with discretion 

^.Service, ny3j£ dbidah. 

Dan, 2. 49 he set. .over the affairs of the province 
3. 12 certain, .thou hast set over the affairs 

Z.The things concerning, tcc ir€pl ta peri. 

Eph. 6. 22 that ye might know our affairs, and (that) 
Phil. 1. 27 I may hear of your affairs, that ye stand 

4. The things concerning, rd Kara, ta- kata. 

Eph. 6. 21 But that ye may know my affairs, 
5. Business, matter, irpaynaTela pragmateia. 

2 Ti. 2. 4 entangleth himself with the affairs 
AFFECT, to — 

l.To roll, move, act, ihy alal. 

Lam. 3. 51 Mine eye affecteth mine heart 
2. To be or make zealous, £-q\6oj zeloo. 

Gal. 4. 17 exclude you, that ye might affect them 
AFFECT, to zealously — 
To be or make zealous, (tjKSqj zeloo. 

Gal. 4. 17 They zealously affect you, (but) not well 
4, 18 good to be zealously affected always 

AFFECTED, to make evil — 
To make evil, /ca/C(Jw kakoo. 

Acts 14. 2 made their minds evil affected against 
AFFECTION — 
1. Feeling, passion, -jra07jna pathema. 

Gal. 5. 24 the flesh with the affections and lusts 

2. Feeling, passion, irddos ^ai/ios. 

Rom. 1. 26 God gave them up unto vile affections 

AFFECTION, inordinate — 
Feeling, passion, Trd8os pathos. 

Col. 3. 5 fornication, uncleanness, inordi. affection 



AFFECTION 



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AFFRIGHTED 



AFFECTION, inward — 
Bowels, o-irXayxva- splangchna. 

2 Co, 7. 15 Ins inward affection is more abundant 
AFFECTION on, to set the — 
To mind,, think, <ppoi>€<t> phroneo. 

Col. 3. 2 Set your affection on things above, not on 
AFFECTION to, to set — 
To be pleased, nyi ratsah. 

1 Ch. 29. 3 have set my affection to the house of my 

AFFECTION, without natural — 
Without affection, oVropyos astorgos. 

Rom. 1. 31 without natural affection; 2 Tim. 3. 2 
AFFECTIONED, kindly - 
Lovingly affectioned, <piKu(TTopyos philostorgos. 

Rom 12. 10 kindly affectioned one to another with 
AFFECTIONATELY desirous of, be — 
To long or yearn for, i-j.eipofj.ai hvmeiromai. 

1 Th. 2. 8 So being affectionately desirous of you 

AFFINITY, to join, join in, make' — 
To join oneself, |nrj chathan, 7. 

1 Ki. 3. 1 Solomon made affinity with Pharaoh king 

2 Ch. 18. 1 Jehoshaphat. .joined affinity with Ahab 
Ezra 9. 14 Should we. .join in affinity 

AFFIR!U confidently, to — 

To asseverate thoroughly, ouo~x v p' t (°/ J - at diischuriz. 

Luke 22. 59 another confidently affirmed, saying 
AFFIRM constantly, to — 

1. T<> maintain strongly, b*La&e(3aiuofj.atdiabcbaioom. 

Titus 3. 8 I will that thou affirm constantly 

2. To asseverate thoroughly , Zuax v p' L C f JI - ai diischur. 

Acts 12. 15 But she constantly affirmed that it was 
AFFIRM, to — 

1. To maintain strongly, OLa@€fiai6o/u.cu diabebaioom. 
2TL 1. 7 what they say, nor whereof they affirm 

2. To say frequently, <pao-Kw phasko. 

Acts 25. 19 Jesus, .whom Paul affirmed to be alive 
3.7*0 say, tyy/ii pTierni. 

Rom. 3. 8 as. .reported, and as some affirm 
AFFLICT lightly, to — 
To esteem lightly, ^ qalal, 5. 

Isa. 9. 1 at the first he lightly afflicted the land 
AFFLICT, to — 
l.To afflict, grieve, nj; yagah, 5. 

Isa. 51. 23 into the hand of them that afflict thee 

Lam. 1. s for the Lord hath afflicted her 

1 12 wherewith the Lord hath afflicted (me) 
2.To p>rcss, j*n? lachats. 

Amos 6. 14 they shall afflict you from the entering 

3. To lower, afflict, ruj; anah, 3. 

Gen. 15. 13 they shall afflict them four hundred years 
31. 50 If thou shalt afflict my daughters 

Exod. 1. 11 they did.. afflict them with their burdens 
1. 12 the more they afflicted them, the more 
22. 22 Ye shall not afflict any widow 

22. 23 If thou afHict them iu any wise 
Lev. 16. 29 the month, ye shall afflict your souls 

16. 31 ye shall afflict your souls, by a statute 

23. 27 and ye shall afflict your souls 

23. 32 and ye shall afflict your souls 

Num 24. 24 the coast of Chittim, and shall afHict 

24. 24 and shall afflict Eber. .he also shall 

29. 7 and ye shall afflict your souls 

30. 13 every binding oath to afflict the soul 
Deut 26. 6 evil entreated us, aud afflicted us 
Judgi6. 5 we may bind him to afHict him 

16. 6 thou mightest be bound to afflict thee 
16. 19 and she began to afflict him 
2 Sa. 7. 10 children of wickedness afflict them 

1 Ki. 11. 39 And I will for this afflict the seed 

2 Ki. 17. 20 all the seed of . .afflicted them 

Job 30. 11 hath loosed my cord, and afflicted me 

37. 23 plenty of justice : he will not afflict 
Psa. 88. 7 thou hast afflicted (me) with all thy 

89. 22 nor the son of wickedness afflict him 

90. 15 the days (wherein) thou hast afflicted us 
94. 5 They break iu pieces, .and afflict thine 

119. 7s thou in faithfulness hath afflicted me 
Isa. 58. 3 (wherefore) have we afflicted our soul 
58. 5 a day for a man to afflict his soul? 
60. 14 The sons., that afflicted theeshallcome? 
64. 12 wilt thou hold thy peace, and afflict us 
Lam. 3. 33 For he dotli not afflict willingly 
[See also Nah. 1. 12, 12 ; Zeph. 3. 19.J 
4. To lower, afflict, ny^ anah. 

Psa. 55. 19 God shall hear and afflict them, even he 
5. To lower, afflict, rnj; anah, 5. 

1 Ki. 8. 35 their sin, when thou afflictest them 

2 Ch. 6. 20 their sin, when thou dost afflict them 
6. To straiten, Ty$ tsarar. 

Psa.129. 1 Many a time have they afflicted me 
143- 12 destroy all tlir-m that afflict my soul 
Amos 5 12 they afflict the just, they take a bribe 
"i-To do evil, pjri ran, 5. 

Num.i. 11 Wherefore hast thou afflicted thv servant? 
ijutii 1. 21 and the Almighty hath afflicted me? 
1 sa. 44. 2 (how) thou didst afflict the people 
Jer. 31. 28 and to destroy, and to afflict 
Mic. 4 . 6 and her that I have afflicted 



8. To press, 6\e(3a> thlebo. 

■2 i o. 1. 6 whether we be afflicted, (it is) for your 

1 Ti. 5. 10 if she have relieved the afflicted, if she 
Heb. 11. 37 wandered about, .destitute, afflicted 

AFFLICT, to more grievously — 
To make heavy, "Q3 kabad, 5. 

Isa. 9. 1 did more grievously afflict 
AFFLICT selves, to — 
To lower, afflict oneself, nj>; anah 7. 

Ezra 8. 21 that we might afflict ourselves before 
AFFLICTED — 
I. Bruised, ^"i dak. 

Prov.26. 28 A lying tongue hateth (those. .) afflicted 
2. Lowered, humbled, "ty ani. 

2 Sa. 22. 28 And the afflicted people thou wilt save 
Job 34. 28 he heareth the cry of the afflicted 
Psa. 18. 27 thou wilt save the afflicted people 

22. 24 abhorred the affliction of the afflicted 

25. 16 I (am) desolate and afflicted 

82. 3 do justice to the afflicted and needy 
88. 15 I (am) afflicted and ready to die from (my) 
102. title. Prayer of the afflicted when he is 
140. 12 will maintain the cause of the afflicted 
Prov.15. 15 all the days of the afflicted (are) evil 

22. 22 neither oppress the afflicted in the gate 
Isa. 49. 13 will have mercy upon his afflicted 

51. 21 Therefore, hear now this, thou afflicted 
54. 11 thou afflicted, tossed with tempest 
Zeph. 3. 12 I will, .leave, .an afflicted and poor 
%.Son of affliction, ^*|3 ben oni. 

Prov.31. 5 pervert the judgment, .of the afflicted 
4. Straitness, 15 tsar. 

Isa. 63. 9 In all then affliction he was afflicted 

5. To press, 8\i&a> thlibo. 

1 Tim. 5 10 if she have relieved the afflicted, 
AFFLICTED, to be — 
l.To be afflicted, grieved, ru; yagah, 2. 

Lam. 1. 4 her priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted 
2. To be lowered, humbled, ruy anah. 

Psa. 1 16. 10 I believed . . I was greatly afflicted 
119. 67 Before I was afflicted I went astray 

3. To be lowered, humbled, niy anah, 2. 

Psa.119. 107 I am afflicted very much : quicken me 
Is** 53- 7 He was oppressed, and he was afflicted 
58. to the hungry, and satisfy the afflicted soul 

4. To be lowered, humbled, niy anah, 4. 

Lev. 23. 29 that shall not be afflicted in that same day 
Psa. 119. 71 good for me that I have been afflicted 
Isa. 53. 4 stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted 

5. To lower or afflict oneself, ny>! anah, 7. 

1 Ki. 2. 26 been afflicted, .my father was afflicted 
Psa. 107. 17 because of their iniquities, are afflicted 

6. To press, 8\i$w thlibo. 

Cor. 1. 6 whether we be afflicted, .your consolation 
Heb. 11. 37 being destitute, afflicted, tormented 

7. Pressure, 6\7}pis thliiysis. 

Matt 24. 9 they deliver you up to be afflicted 

8. To suffer evil, KaKoiradew kakopatliso. 

Jas. 5. 13 Is any among you afflicted? let him pray 

9. To bear labour, TaXanrwpea) talaipdred. 

Jas. 4. 9 Be afflicted, aud mourn, and weep 

AFFLICTED, him that is — 

One that is melting away, DC mas. 

Job 6. 14 To him that is afflicted pity (should be 

AFFLICTION — 

l.Inifpiity, vanity, |ix aven. 

Job 5. 6 Although affliction cometh not forth of 
Jer. 4. 15 a voice, .publisheth affliction from 
Hab. 3. 7 I saw the tents of Cushan in affliction 

^.Pressure, j'n? lachats. 

1 Ki. 22. 27 bread of affliction and with water of a. 

2 Ch. 18. 26 bread of affliction and with water of a. 
Isa. 30. 20 the Lord give you. .the water of affliction 

^.Pressure, straitness, njjjjiD mvaqah. 

Psa. 66. ti thou laidst affliction upon our loins 
4. Eye, aspect, j'j; ay in. 

2 Sa. 16. 12 the Lord will look on mine affliction 
h.To be lowered, humbled, ni» anah, 4. 

Psa. 132. 1 remember David, (and) all his afflictiuns 

^.Lowered one, or state, TiMQenuth. 

Psa. 22. 24 nor abhorred the affliction of the afflicted 

7. One lowered, humbled, *!% oni. 

Gen. 16. n because the Lord hath heard, .affliction 

29. 32 the Lord hath looked upon my affliction 
31. 42 God hath seen mine affliction 

41. 52 be fruitful in the land of my afflictimi 
Exod. 3. 7 I have, .seen the affliction of my people 

3. 17 I will brins: ynu up out of the affliction 

4. 31 that he looked upon their affliction 
Deut 16. 3 seven days shalt thou eat. .bread of afflict. 

26. 7 the Lord, .looked on our affliction 

1 Sa. 1. 11 look on the affliction of thine handmaid 

2 Ki. 14. 26 For the Lord saw the affliction of Israel 
Xeh. 9. 9 the affliction of our fathers in Egypt 
Job 10. 15 of confusion ; therefore see. .mine afflict 

30. 16 the days of affliction have taken hold 
30. 27 the days of affliction prevented me 



Job 3 6. 8 (and) beholden in cords of affliction 
36. 15 He delivereth the poor in his affliction 
36. 21 this hast thou chosen rather than afflict. 
Psa. 25. 18 Look upon mine affliction and my pain 
44. 24 thou, .forgettest our affliction and our 
88. 9 Mine eye mourn eth by reason of affliction 
107. 10 set in darkness . . (beiug)boundmaffliction 
107. 41 settethhethe poor on nigh from affliction 
119. 50 This (is) my comfort in my affliction 
119. 92 should then have perished in mine afflict 
119. 153 Consider mine affliction, and deliver me 
Isa 48. 10 have chosen thee in the furnace of afflict. 
Lam. 1. 3 because of affliction, and because of great 
1. 7 Jerusalem remembered, .her affliction 
1. 9 Lord, behold my affliction 

3. 1 1 (am) the man (that) hath seen affliction 
3. 19 Remembering mine affliction and my 

S. Straitness, li: tsar. 

Psa. 106. 44 Nevertheless lie regarded their affliction 
Hos. 5. 15 and seek my face : in their affliction 
Zech. 8. 10 there any) peace . . because of the afflict. 

9. Straitness, nny tsarah. 

2 Ch. 20. 9 we. .cry uuto thee in our affliction 
Isa. 63. 9 In all their affliction he was afflicted 
Jer. 15. 11 entreat thee (well), .in. .time of affliction 

16. 19 and my refuge in the day of affliction 
Jon. 2. 2 I cried by reason of mine affliction 
Nah. 1. 9 affliction shall not rise up the second 
Zech.io. 11 he shall pass through the sea. .affliction 

Iti.Ecil, VI ra. 

Neh. 1. 3 the captivity . . (are) in great affliction 
Psa. 34. 19 Many (are) the afflictions of the righteous 
107. 39 brought low through oppression, affliction 
Jer. 48. 16 the calamity of Moab..his affliction 
Obad. 13 not have looked on their affliction 
Zech. 1. 15 and they helped forward the affliction 

11. Breach, breaking, ~qv sliehcr. 

Jer. 30. 15 Why criest thou for thine affliction? 
Amos 6. 6 but they are not grieved for the affliction 

V2. Pressure, 6\tyis tkli'psis. 

Mark 4. 17 afterward, when affliction or persecution 

13. 19 For (in) those days shall be affliction 
Acts 7. 10 delivered him out of all his afflictions 

7. 11 Egypt and Chauaan, and great affliction 
20. 23 that bonds and afflictions abide n e 

2 Co. 2. 4 out of much affliction and anguish of heart 

4. 17 our light affliction, which is but for a 
6. 4 of God, in much patience, in afflictions 

8. 2 that in a great trial of affliction 

Phil. 1. 16 supposing to add affliction to my bonds 

4. 14 ye did communicate with my affliction 
Col. 1. 24 and fill up . . the afflictions of Christ 

1 Th. 1. 6 received the word in much affliction 

3. 3 no man should be moved by these afflict. 
3. 7 we were comforted . .in all our afiiction 
Heb. 10. S3 both by reproaches and all ictions; and 
Jas. 1. 27 To visit the fatherless, .in their affliction 
IS. Evil treatment, kolkooo-ls hakosis. 

Acts 7. 34 I have seen the affliction of my people 
1 4. Suffering, feeling, irdOvfia patkema. 

2 Ti. 3. 11 Persecutions, afflictions, which came unto 
Heb. 10. 32 ye endured a great fight of afflictions 

1 Pe. 5. 9 knowing that the same afflictions aie 
AFFLICTION, to be partaker of — 

To suffer evil together, cvyKaKo-rradiw. 

2 Ti. 1. 8 be thou partaker of the afflictions of the 
AFFLICTION with, to suffer — 

To be evil treated together, avyKaKovx*<0- 

Heb. 11. 25 Choosing rather tu suffer affliction with 
AFFLICTION, suffering — 
Suffering evil, KanoTrddeia kakopatheia. 

Jas. 5. 10 for an example of suffering affliction, and 
AFFLICTION, to be in — 
To straiten, send distress, TYif tsarar, 5. 

2Ch. 33. 12 when he was in affliction, he besought 
AFFLICTIONS, to endure — 
To suffer evil, KaKoiradtw kaJcopatheo. 

2 Ti. 4. 5 watch thou in all . . endure afflictiuns 
AFFORDING — 
To being out, pis pucj, 5. 

Psa.144. 13 garners. . full, affording all manner of 
AFFRIGHT, to — 
l.To make afraid, terrify, nys booth, 3. 

Isa. 21. 4 My heart panted, fearfulness affrighted 
2. To make afraid, K"V yare, 3. 

2CI1. 32. 18 to affright "thein, and to trouble them 
AFFRIGHTED — 
In fear, ey.<pof3os emphobos. 

Luke24. 37 they were terrified and affrighted 

Rev. 11. 13 the remnant were affrighted, and gave 

AFFRIGHTED, to be — 

l.To be trouble*/, ^ bahal, 2. 

Jer. 51. 32 and the men of war are affrighted 

2. To be broken down, nnn chathath, 2. 

Job 39. 22 He mocketh at fear, and is not affrighted 

3. To be terrified, \'TJ arats. 

Deut. 7. 21 Thou shalt not he affrighted at them 

4. To lay hold on fear, *\&' inx achaz saar. 

Job 18. 20 as they that went before were affrighted 



AFOOT 



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AFTER 



5. To wonder greatly, eK9a.fj.f3ea}, ekthambeo. 
Marki6. 5 aud they were affrighted 

16. 6 he saith uuto them, Be not affrighted 

AFOOT — 

On foot, -n-nCv jV&k- 

Mark 6. 33 ran afoot thither out of all cities 

APOOT, to go — 

To be or go on foot, ire^evw, pezeuo. 
Acts 20. 13 minding himself to go afoot 

AFORE — 

I. Face, front, WiB panim. 

Isa. 18. 5 For afore the harvest, when the bud is 
Eze. 33. 22 in the evening, afore he that was escaped 

H. Former state or time, HDip qadmah. 

Psa.129. 6 which withereth afore it groweth 

AFORE, to promise — 

To tell about beforehand, irpoeirayyeWofxaL. 
Rom. 1. 2 Which he had promised afore by his 

APORE or aforetime, to write — 

To write beforehand, ■Kpoypa.tyca, prographo. 
Eph. 3. 3 as I wrote afore in few words 
Rom. 1 5. 4 whatsoever things.- written aforetime 

AFOREHAND, to come — 

To take beforehand, irpoXafifiava} prolambano. 

Mark 1 4. 8 she is come aforehand to anoint my body 
AFORETIME — 
l.Face, front, wib panim. 

Neh. 13. 5 where aforetime they laid the meat offer. 

Job 17. 6 and aforetime I was as a tabret 
2. East, former, before, Dnp, qedem. 

Jer. 30. 20 Their children aUo shall be as aforetime 
3. Once, iroTe, pote. 

John 9. 13 They brought, .him that aforetime was 
k.From before this* nil nonp. \Q min qadmath denah. 

Dan. 6. 10 gave thanks before his God, as . . aforetime 
AFRAID — 

I, Trembling, inn chared. 

Judg. 7. 3 Whosoever (is) fearful and afraid, let him 

2.Fearing t &n; yare. 

Deut. 7. 19 all the people of whom thou art afraid 
1 Sa. 23. 3 Behold, we be afraid here in Judah 
Jer. 42. 11 Be not afraid, .are afraid, .be not afraid 

3. In fear, €fj,<po&os, emphobos. 

Luke24. 5 as they were afraid, and bowed down 
Acts 10. 4 when lie looked on him, hewasafraid,and 
22. 9 they, .saw indeed the light, .were afraid 

AFRAID, to be — 

l.Tobe troubled, ^na bahal, 2. 

Job 21. 6 Even when I remember I am afraid 

Isa. 13. 8 And they shall be afraid 

2.To be terrified, afraid, nyn baath, 2. 

1 Ch. 21. 30 to enquire of God : for he was afraid 
Esth. 7. 6 Hanian was afraid before the king 
Dan. 8. 17 I was afraid, and fell upon my face 

3. To be afraid, "fla gur. 

NUIT122. 3 And Moab was sore afraid of the people 
Deut. 1. 17 ye shall not be afraid of the face of man 

18. 22 thou shalt not be afraid of him 

1 Sa. 18. 15 when Saul saw. .he was afraid of him 
Job 19. 29 Be ye afraid of the sword 

41. 25 raiseth up himself, the mighty are afraid 

4. To be grieved, melted, JNn daag. 

Isa. 57. 11 of whom hast thou been afraid 
Jer. 38. 19 I am afraid of the Jews that are fallen 
42. 16 the famine, whereof ye were afraid 

5. To be afraid, to creep, ?n) zaclial. 

Job 32. 6 ye (are) very old ; wherefore I was afraid 

6. To be girded, restrained, "m chagar. 

2 Sa. 22. 46 they shall be afraid out of their close 

7. To be pained, Tn, ?^n chul, chil. 

Psa. 77. 16 the waters saw thee ; they were afraid 

8. To be girded, restrained, Jnn charag, 

Psa. 18. 45 and be afraid out of their close places 
9.7*0 tremble, inn char ad. 

Gen. 42. 28 their heart failed, .they were afraid 
Ruth 3. 8 it came to pass, .the man was afraid 
1 Sa. 21. 1 Ahimelech was afraid at the meeting 

28. 5 when Saul saw the host, .he was afraid 
1 Ki. 1. 49-the guests that (were) with A. were afraid 
Isa.. 10. 29 Ramah is afraid ; Gibeah of Saul is fled 

19. 16 and it shall be afraid and fear 
41. 5 the ends of the earth were afraid 

Amos 3. 6 and the people not be afraid? 

10. To be cast doxon, nnn chathath. 

Isa. 20. 5 they shall be afraid and ashamed of E. 
31. 9 his princes shall be afraid of the ensign 

II. To be cast down, nnn chathath, 2. 

Isa. 31. 4 will not be afraid of their voice 

51. 7 neither be ye afraid of their revilings 

Mai. 2 . 5 wherewith he . . was afraid before my name 
12.2*0 be afraid, nr yagar. 

Deut. 9. 19 For I was afraid of the anger 

2S. 60 all the diseases, .thou wast afraid of 



Job 3- 25 that which I was afraid of is come 

9. 28 I am afraid of all my sorrows 
Jer. 39. 17 the men of whom thou (art) afraid 

13. To fear, reverence, Ni; yare. 

Gen. 3. 10 I was afraid, because I (was) naked 
18. 15 I laughed not ; for she was afraid 
20. 8 and the men were sore afraid 
28, 17 he was afraid, and said, How dreadful 

31. 31 and said to Laban, Because I was afraid 

32. 7 Then Jacob was greatly afraid and 

42. 35 father saw the. .money, they were afraid 

43. 18 And the men were afraid 

Exod. 3. 6 Moses hid his face ; for he was afraid 
14. 10 and they were sore afraid 
34. 30 they were afraid to come nigh him 
Num 12. 8 then were ye not afraid to speak 
Deut. 1. 29 Dread not, neither be afraid of them 
2. 4 and they shall be afraid of you 

5. 5 for ye were afraid by reason of the fire 
7 18 Thou shalt not be afraid of them 

20. 1 and seest horses, . .be not afraid of them 
28. 10 and they shall be afraid of thee 

Josh. 9. 24 we were sore afraid of our lives 

11. 6 Lord said . . Be not afraid because of them 

1 Sa. 4. 7 And the Philistines were afraid, for they 

7. 7 Israel heard (it), they were afraid 
17. 11 they were dismayed, and greatly afraid 

17. 24 all. .fled from him, and were sore afraid 

18. 12 And Saul was afraid of David 

18. 29 Saul was yet the more afraid of David 

21. 12 was sore afraid of Achish the king of 
28. 5 he was afraid, and his heart greatly 
28. 13 the king said unto her, Be not afraid 

28. 20 was sore afraid, because of the words of S. 

31. 4 would not; for he was sore afraid 

2 Sa. 1. 14 wast thou not afraid to stretch forth thine 

6. 9 David was afraid of the Lord that day 

2 Ki. 1. 15 Go down with him : be not afraid of him 
10. 4 But they were exceedingly afraid, and 

19. 6 Be not afraid of the words which thou 

25. 26 for they were afraid of the Chaldees 

1 Ch. 10. 4 would not ; for he was sore afraid 

13. 12 David was afraid of God that day 

2 Ch. 20. 15 Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason 

32. 7 be not afraid nor dismayed for the king 
Neh. 2. 2 Then I was very sore afraid 

4. 14 Be not ye afraid of them : remember the 
6. 13 that I should be afraid, and do so, and sin 

Job 5, 21 neither shalt thou be afraid of destruction 

5. 22 neither shalt thou be afraid of the beasts 

6. 21 see (my) casting down, and are afraid 
Psa. 3. 6 I will not be afraid of ten thousands of 

49. 16 Be not thou afraid when one is made rich 
56. 3 What time I amafraid, I will trust in thee 
56. 11 I will not be afraid what man can do 
65. 8 They also that dwell . . are afraid at thy 
91. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by 
112. 7 He shall not be afraid of evil tidings 
112. 8 His heart (is) established, he. .be afraid 
119. 120 and I am afraid of thy judgments 
Prov. 3. 25 Be not afraid of sudden fear 

31. 21 She is not afraid of the snow for her 
Eccl. 12, 5 they shall be afraid of (that which is) 
Isa. 10. 24 O my people . . be not afraid of the 

37. 6 Be not afraid of the words that thou hast 

40. 9 lift up thy voice, .be not afraid 

51. 12 that thou shouldest be afraid of a man 

Jer. 1. 8 Be not afraid of their faces : for I (am) 

10. 5 Be not afraid of them ; for they cannot 

26. 21 when Urijah heard it, he was afraid 

41. 18 Chaldeans : for they were afraid of them 

42. 11 Be not afraid of the king of Babylon 
42. 1 1 be not afraid of him, saith the LORD 

Eze. 2. 6 be not afraid of them . .neither be afraid 
2. 6 be not afraid of their words, nor be 

Joel 2. 22 Be not afraid, ye beasts of the field 

Jon. 1. 5 Then the mariners were afraid, and cried 
1. 10 Then were the men exceedingly afraid 

Hab. 3. 2 I. .heard thy speech, (and) was afraid 
14.7*0 be afraid, to tremble, rrv yarah. 

Isa. 44. 8 Fear ye not, neither be afraid : have uot 
15. To be affrighted, pjj arats. 

Deut 31. 6 fear not, n'or be afraid of them 

Josh. 1. 9 be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed 
16.7*0 declare fearful, pj; arats, 5. 

Isa. 8. 12 neither fear ye. .Dor be afraid 
17. To fear, be afraid, hasten, inppachad. 

Job 23. 15 when I consider, I am afraid of him 

Psa. 27. 1 of whom shall I be afraid ? 

Prov. 3. 24 thou liest down, thou shalt not be afraid 

Isa. 12. 2 I will trust, and not be afraid 

19. 17 every one. .shall be afraid in himself 

33. 14 The sinners in Zion are afraid 

Jer. 36. 16 they were afraid both one and other 

36. 24 Yet they were not afraid, nor rent their 

Mic. 7. 17 they shall be afraid of the Lord our God 
18.7*0 be angry, tremble, Tjn ragaz. 

Exod 15. 14 people shall he'ar, (and) be afraid 
19.7*0 be afraid, to tremble, nnnrahah. 

Isa. 44. 8 Fear ye not, neither be afraid : have not 
"20. 7*o be ivhirled away, ny'p' saar. 

Eze. 27. 35 their kings shall be sore afraid, they shall 

32. 10 their kings shall be horribly afraid for 
21.7*0 be timid, shrinking, SeiKidw, deiliao. 

John 14. 27 be troubled, neither let it be afraid 
22.7*0 tremble, rpifita, tremo. 

2 Pe. 2. 10 not afraid to speak evil of dignities 



23. To fear, be afraid, <po@eofj.at, phobeomai. 
Matt. 2. 22 he was afraid to go thither 

14. 27 Be of good cheer . . be not afraid 

14. 30 he was afraid; and beginning to sink 
17. 6 fell on their face, and were sore afraid 

17. 7 Jesus, .said, Arise, and be not afraid 
25. 25 I was afraid, and went and hid 

28. 10 Then said Jesus unto them, be not afraid 
Mark 5. 15 his right mind : and they were afraid 

5. 36 he saith unto the ruler. . Be uot afraid 

6. 50 Be of good cheer, .be not afraid 

9. 32 not that saying, and were afraid to ask him 
10. 32 as they followed, they were afraid 
16. 8 anything to any (man) . . they were afraid 
Luke 8. 25 And they being afraid wondered, saying 

8. 35 in his right mind : and they were afraid 

12. 4 Be not afraid of them that kill the body 
Johu 6. 19 see Jesus walking, .and they were afraid 

6. 20 he saith unto them, .be not afraid 
19. 8 that saying, he was the more afraid 
Acts 9. 26 they were all afraid of him, and 

18. 9 Be not afraid, but speak, and hold not 
22. 29 and the chief captain also was afraid 

Rom 13. 3 Wilt thou then not be afraid of the 

13. 4 But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid 
Gal. 4. 11 I am afraid of you, lest I have bestowed 
Heb. 11. 23 and they were not afraid of the king's 

1 Pe. 3. 6 and are not afraid with any amazement 

3. 14 and be not afraid of their terror, neither 
AFRAID, sore — 

Greatly fearing, etctpo&os ekphobos. 
Mark 9. 6 for they were sore afraid 

AFRAID, to be sore — 

They feared a great fear J<pof3r}9n<rav (p40ov /j.4yau. 
Luke 2. 9 the glory . .shone, .they were sore afraid 

AFRAID, to be horribly — 

7*o be whirled axoay, "ij?^ saar. 

Jer. 2. 12 be horribly afraid, be ye very desolate 
AFRAID, to make — 
1.7*0 trouble, hasten, hrt^ bahal, 3. 

Psa. 83. 15 make them afraid with thy storm 
2.7*o make afraid, terrify, nys baath, 3. 

2 Sa. 22. 5 floods of ungodly men made me afraid 
Job 13. 11 Shall not his excellency make you afraid? 

13. 21 and let not thy dread make me afraid 

15. 24 anguish shall make him afraid 

18. 11 Terrors shall make him afraid on every 

33. 7 my terror shall not make thee afraid 
Psa. 18. 4 floods of ungodly men made me afraid 

3. 7*o make afraid, bni dechal, 3. 

Dan. 4. 5 I saw a dream which made me afraid 

4. 7*o cause to tremble, trouble, "inn charad, 5. 
Lev. 26. 6 and none shall make (you) afraid 
2 Sa. 17. 2 I will come, .and will make him afraid 
Job 11. 19 lie down, and none shall make, .afraid 
Isa. 17. 2 aud none shall make (them) afraid 
Jer. 30. 10 quiet, and none shall make (him) afraid 

46. 27 Jacob, .none shall make (him) afraid 
Eze. 30. 9 to make the careless Ethiopians afraid 

34. 28 safely, and none shall make, .afraid 
39. 26 safely, .and none made (them) afraid 

Mic. 4. 4 and none shall make (them) afraid 
JMah. 2. 11 whelp, and none made (them) afraid? 
Zeph. 3. 13 and none shall make (them) afraid 

5.7*0 cast down, nnrr chathath, 5. 

Hab. 2. 17 spoil of beasts, .made them afraid 

6. To make afraid,, K*v yare, 3. 

2 Sa. 14. 15 because the people have made me afraid 
Neh. 6. 9 For they all made us afraid, saying 

7.7*o cause to shake or tremble, tryn raash, 5. 

Job 39. 20 Canst thou make . . afraid as a grasshopper? 

AFRESH, to crucify — 

2*o crucify again, or anew, avao-ravpSaj, anastauroo. 
Heb. 6. 6 crucifytothemselvesthesonofGodafresh 

AFTER, (that follow) — 

i. After, nntt achar. 

Gen. 5. 4 And the days of Adam after he had 
5. 7 Seth lived after he begat Enos 
5. 10 And Enos lived after he begat Cainan 

I.Last, latter end, j'nnt-: acharon. 

Gen. 33. 2 he put. .Leah aud her children after 
1 Ki. 17. 13 and after make for thee and for thy son 
Job 18. 20 They that come after (him) shall be 
Eccl. 1. 11 come with (those) that shall come after 
4. 16 they.. that come after shall not rejoice 

3. After, 'nriN* achare. 

Dan. 7. 24 and another shall rise after them 

4. Unto, to, b# el. 

Lev. 20. 6 And the soul that turneth after such 

5. When, n0?3 kaasher. 

Judgi6. 22 hair, .began to grow agam after he was 

6. After, step, walk, nnx athar. 

Dan. 2. 39 after thee shall arise another kingdom 

7. From (the time) that, *^D midde. 

1 Sa. 18. 30 it came to pass, after they went forth 

%.From, |p min. 

1 Ch. 8. 8 (children), .after he had sent them away 
Ezra 5. 12 after that our fathers had provoked the 
Dan. 4. 26 after that thou shalt have knowu 



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AFTERWARD 



9.0?;, upon, in addition to, "jJJ ol* 

Gen. 48. 6 shall be called after the name of their 

10. According to the mouth, *S7 lephi, 

Jer. 29. 10 That after seventy years he accomplished 

11. From the end, {'P? miqaets. 

Gen. 1 5. 3 after Abram had dwelt ten years in the 
Nam 13. 25 returned from searching, .after forty 
2 Sa. 15. 7 And it came to pass after forty years 

1 Ivi 17. 7 And it came to pass after a while 

2 Ch. 18. 2 And after (certain) years he went down 
Neh. 13. 6 and after certain days obtained I leave 
Esth. 2. 12 after that she had been twelve months 
Jer. 13. 6 And it came to pass after many days 

42. 7 And it came to pass after ten days 
Dan. 11. 13 shall certainly come after certain years 

l%From the end, nxpQ miqtseh. 

Josh. 3. 2 And it came to pass after three days 

13.7V> go out, n>*; yatsa. 

2 Ch. 21. 19 it came to pass, .after the end of two 

lLThefoot, hr\ re ff el - 

1 Sa. 25. 42 five damsels of her's that went after her 

2 Sa. 15. 16 went forth, and all his household after 

15. 17 went forth, and all the people after him 
15. 18 six hundred men which came after him 

15.At the time, nyS le-eth. 

j Ch. 20. 1 it came to pass that after the year was 

16. Through, during, after, Ma dia. 

Mark 2. 1 And. .he entered into Capernaum after 
Acts 24. 17 Now after many years I came to briny 
Gal. 2. 1 Then fourteen years after I went up again 

17. In, by, 4v, en. 

Heb. 4. it lest any man fall after the same example 

18. Upon, on account of, iirl (dat.) epi. 

Luke 1. 59 called him Zacharias, after the name 

19. Upon, eVt epi (ace.) Luke 15. 4. 

20. Down towards, according to, Kara [ace.) kata. 
Matt 23. 3 but do not ye after their works : for they 
Luke 2. 27 to do for him after the custom of the law 

2. 42 they went up to Jerusalem after the 
John 8. 15 Ye judge after the flesh ; I judge no man 
Acts 13. 22 the (son) of Jesse, a man after mine own 

23. 3 for sittest thou to judge me after the 

24. 14 I confess unto thee, that after the way 
26. 5 that after the most straitest sect of our 

Roni. 2. 5 But after thy hardness and impenitent 

7. 22 hi the law of God after the inward man 

8. 1 [walk not after the flesh, but after thej 
8. 4 walk not after the flesh, but after the 
8. 5 are after the flesh . . are after the Spirit 
8. 12 not to the flesh, to live after the flesh 
8. 13 if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die 

1 Co. 1. 26 not many wise men after the flesh 

7. 40 if she so abide after my judgment 
10. 18 Behold Israel after the flesh : are not 

2 Co. 5. 16 no man after the . .Christ after the flesh 

10. 3 we do not war after the flesh ; 7. 9, n. 

10. 7 Do ye look on things after the outward 

11. 17 I speak (it) not after the Lord, but as it 
21. 18 seeing that many glory after the flesh 

Gal. 1. 11 was preached of me is not after man 
4. 23 of the bondwoman was born after the 
4. 29 born after the flesh.. after the Spirit 

Eph. 1. 11 worketh all things after the counsel of 

4. 24 after God is created in righteousness 
Col. 2. 8 after.. men, after the rudiments.. after 

2. 22 after the commandments and doctrines 

3. 10 is renewed in knowledge after the image 
2 Th. 2. 9 whose coming is after the working 

3. 6 not after the tradition which he received 
2 Ti. 4. 3 after their own lusts shall they heap 
Titus 1. 1 acknowledging of the truth, .after 

1. 4 Titus, (mine) own son after the common 
Heb. 5. 6 Thou (art) a priest for ever after the 

5. 10 Called of God an high priest after the 

6. 20 an high priest for ever after the order 

7. 1 1 after the order of M. . . after the order of A. 
7. 15 forthatafterthesimilitudeof Melchisedec 
7. 16 not after the law. .but after the power 

7. 17 Thou (art) a priest for ever after the order 

7. 21 Thou(art)apriestfor ever[afterthe order] 

12. 10 For they verily. . after their own pleasure 
Jas. 3. 9 which are made after the similitude of 

2 Be. 3. 3 scoffers, walking after their own lusts 
2 Jo. 6 this is love, that we walk after his 

Jude 16 These are murmurers, . . walking after 

18 who should walk after their own ungodly 
21. After, upon, ixstcl (ace.) meta. 

Matt. 1. 12 after they were brought to Babylon 

17. 1 after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James 

24. 29 Immediately after the tribulation of those 

25. 19 After a long time the lord of those 

26. 2 Ye know that after two days is 

26. 32 But after I am risen again, I will go 

26. 73 And after a while came unto him 

27. 53 came out of the graves after his 
27. 63 After three davs I will rise asain 

Mark 1. 14 after that John was put in prison 

8. 31 be killed, and after three days rise again 

9. 2 after six days Jesus taketh (with him) 

13. 24 m those days, after that tribulation 

14. 1 After two days was (the feast of) the 
14. 28 after that I am risen. I will go 

14. 70 And a little after, they that stood by 
16. 12 [After that be appeared in another form] 
16. 19 [So then after the Lord bad spoken unto] 
Luke 1. 24 And after those days his wife Elisabeth 



Luke 2. 46 it came to pass, that after three days 
5. 27 And after these things he went forth 
9. 28 about an eight days after these sayings 

10. 1 After these things the Lord appointed 
12. 4 and after that have no. more that they 

12. 5 Fear him which alter he hath kilied hath 
15. 13 And not many days after the younger son 
22. 20 Likewise also the cup after supper, sa> ing 
22. 58 after a little while another saw him 

John 2. 12 After this he went down to Capernaum 

3. 22 After these things came Jesus and his 

4. 43 after two days he departed thence, and 

5. 1 after this there was a feast of the Jews 

5. 4 [whosoever then first after the troubling] 

6. 1 After these things Jesus went over the 

7. 1 After these things Jesus walked in 

11. 7 Then after that saith he to (his) disciples 

11. 11 and after that he saith unto them. Our 

13. 27 after the sop Satan entered into him 

19. 28 After this, Jesus knowing that all things 

19. 38 after this Joseph of Arimathea, being a 

20. 26 after eight days again his disciples 

21. 1 After these things Jesus shewed himself 
Acts 1. 3 he shewed himself alive after his passion 

5. 37 After this man rose up Judas of Galilee 
7. 5 and to his seed after him, when (as yet) 

7. 7 and after that shall they come forth, and 
10. 37 and began from Galilee, after the baptism 
10. 41 who did eat. .after he rose from the dead 

12. 4 intending after Easter to bring him forth 

13. 15 And after the reading of the law and 
13. 20 And after that he gave (unto them) 

13. 25 But, behold, there cometh one after me 
15. 13 And after they had held their peace 

15. 16 After this I will return, and will build 
15. 36 And some days after Baul said unto 

18. 1 After these things Paul departed from 

19. 4 on him which should come after him 

19. 21 After these things were ended, Paul 

20. 1 after the uproar was ceased, Paul called 
20. 6 we sailed away from Philippi after the 

20. 29 I know this, that after my departing 

21. 15 after those days we took up our carriages 
24. 1 after five days Ananias the high priest 

24. 24 after certain days, when Felix came with 

25. 1 after three days he ascended from 

28. 11 after three months we departed in a ship 
28. 13 after one day the south wind blew 
28. 17 And it came to pass, that after three days 
Gal. 1. 18 Then after three years I went up to 

3. 17 was four hundred and thirty years after 
Titus 3. 10 A man that is an heretick after the first 
Heb. 4. 7 To day, after so long a time ; as it is said 

8. 10 this (is) the covenant, .after those days 

9. 3 after the second veil, the tabernacle 
9. 27 but after this the judgment 

10. 15 for after that he had said before 

10. 16 This (is) the covenant that, .after those 

10. 26 if we sin wilfully after that we have 

2 Pe. 1. 15 Moreover I will endeavour, .after my 
Rev. 4. 1 After this I looked, and, behold, a door 
7. 1 after these things I saw four angels 

7. 9 After this I beheld, and, lo, a great 

11. 11 after three days and an half the Spirit 

15. 5 And after that I looked, and, behold 

18. 1 after these things I saw another angel 

19. 1 after these things I beard a great voice 

20. 3 after that he must be loosed a little 
22. The next in order, t|^s hexes. 

Luke 7. 11 and it came to pass the day after, that 
2d. According to order, tea.6e£ris kathexes. 

Acts 3. 24 from Samuel and those that follow after 
24. From after, from behind, owto-dev opisthen. 

Matt 15. 23 Send her way ; for she crieth after us 

Luke 23. 26 that he might bear (it) after Jesus 

25. After, behind, birio-oj opiso. 

Matt. 3. 11 he that cometh after me is mightier 

10. 38 followeth after me, is not worthy of me 

16. 24 If any (man) will come after me, let 
Mark 1. 7 cometh one mightier than I after me 

1. 17 Jesus said unto them, Come ye after me 
1. 20 they left their father, .and went after 

8. 34 "Whosoever will come after me, let him 
Luke 9. 23 If any (man) will come after me, let 

14. 27 bear his cross, and come after nie 

19. 14 and sent a message after him, saying 

21. 8 go ye not therefore after them 
John 1. 15 He that cometh after me is preferred 

1. 27 He it is, who coming after me is preferred 
1. 30 After me cometh a man which is preferred 

12. 19 behold, the world is gone after him 
Acts 5. 37 drew away much people after him : he also 

20. 30 to draw away disciples after them 

1 Ti. 5. 15 some are already turned aside after Satan 

2 Pe. 2. 10 chiefly them that walk after the flesh 
Jude 7 going after strange flesh, are set forth 
Rev. 12. isithe serpent cast out. .after the wo.13. 3. 

26. To be held around, irepiexofiai, Acts 23. 29. 

27. When, ore hote. 

John 13. 12 So after he had washed their feet, and 
2S.As, thaty when, after that, ws hos. 

Acts 16. 10 And after he had seen the vision 

19. 21 After I have been there, I must also see 

21. 1 And it came to pass, that after we were 

29. To come through, pass, Staylvopai diaginoniai. 
Acts 25. 13 after certain days kin-; Agrippft and 

30. To fill, fulfil, Tr\r)p6o} pleroo. 

Acts 24. 27 after two years Porcius Festus came into 



Bl-To he, begin, vnapx^ huparcho. 

Acts 27. 21 after Ion; abstinence Paul stood forth in 
[See Ask, come, covet, feel, follow, long, looking, 
lust, manner, seek, that.] 
AFTER, here — 
After these, /xera Tavra. meta tauta. 

John 13. 7 not now ; but thou shalt know hereafter 
Rev. 1. 19 and the tilings which shall be hereafter 
4. 1 shew thee things which must be hereafter 
9. 12 there come two woes more hereafter 
AFTER our ability — 
According to sufficiency, '~3 Jceddai, 

Neh. 5. 8 We after our ability have redeemed our 
AFTER should, that — 
To be about to, fx4xKoi niello. 

Heb. 11. 8 a place which he should after receive for 
2 Pe. 2. 6 those that after should live ungodly 
AFTER that — 
1. After, "inN acliar. 
Gen. 13. 14 after that Lot was separated from him 
18. 5 hearts; after that ye shall pass on 

24. 55 the damsel, .after that she shall go 
Lev. 13. 55 look on the plague, after that it is 

14. 43 after that he hath taken away the stones 

15. 28 and after that she shall be clean 

25. 48 After that he is sold he may be redeemed 
Num. 6. 20 after that the Nazarite may drink 

12. 14 and after that let her be received in 

30. 15 make them void after that he hath heard 
Deut24- 4 may not take her. .after that she is 
Judgis. 7 and after that I will cease 

2 Sa. 1. 10 he could not live after that he was 

2 Kl 14. 22 after that the king slept with his fathers 

1 Ch. 2. 24 And after that Hezron was dead 

2 Ch. 25. 14 after that Amaziah was come from the 
Eccl. 9. 3 and after that (they go) to the dead 
Jer. 12. 1.5 after that I have plucked them out 

24. 1 after that Nebuchadnezzar, .had carried 
28. 12 after that Hanauiah. .had broken the 

29. 2 after that Jeconiah . .and the queen . . were 

31. 19 Surely after that I was turned, I 

34. 8 after that the king . . had made a covenant 
36. 27 after that the king had burned the roll 
40. t after that Nebuzar-adan . .had let him go 
51. 46 and after that in (another) year (shall 

2.After that, [""in** alutre-ken. 

Gen. 6. 4 after that, when the sons of God came in 

3. Then, afterwards, tiro eita. 

Mark 4. 28 then the ear; after that the full corn in 

8. 25 After that lie put (his) hands again upon 

John 13. 5 After that he poureth water into a bason 

4. JVhen truly, circiST) epeide. 

1 Co. 1. 21 For after that in the wisdom of God 

5. Afterward, eweira epeita. 

1 Co. 12. 28 after that miracles, then gifts of healing 

15. 6 After that, he was seen of above five 
15. 7 After that he was seen of James ; then 
Heb. 7. 2 and after that also King of Salem, which 
§.Yet, still, any more, «ti eti. 

Luke 20. 40 And after that they durst not ask him any 
7. No more, ovkcti. 

Mark 12. 34 And no man after that durst ask him 
S. When, ore hote. 

Matt 27. 31 And after that they had mocked' Ti. 3. 4. 
Q.At the coming time, els to fx4x\ou, Luke 13. 9. 
10. As, that, when, after that, ws hos. 

Acts 9. 23 after that many days were fulfilled 

AFTER that manner — 
According to, thus, n^? kakah. 

2 Ch. 18. 19 and another saying after that manner 
AFTER the manner of — 

According to, down, Kara, (ace.) kata. 

John 2. 6 after the manner of the purifying of the 
AFTER the same manner — 
In the same manner, wo-avrws hosautos. 

1 Co. 11. 25 After the same manner also, .the cup 
AFTER this manner — 

l.Thus, np3 kakah. 

2 Ch. iS. 19 one spake saying after this manner 
2.To hold or have around, Kept^x® periechS. 

Acts 23. 25 he wrote a letter after this manner 
AFTER this sort — 
According to this, ni"t3 kidnah. 

Dan. 3. 29 no other! .can deliver after this sort 
AFTERNOON — 
The declining of the day, cvn rnu3 netoth hay-yom. 

Judg 19. 8 they tarried until afternoon, and they 
AFTERWARD — 
l.Af' r, afterward, y\H ochar. 

Gen. 10. 18 afterward were the families of the 

15. 14 afterward shall they come out with great 

30. 21 And afterwards she bare a daughter 

32. 20 and afterward I will see his face 
38. 30 And afterward came out his brother 

Exod. 5. 1 And afterward Moses and Aaron went to 
Lev. 14. 19 and afterward he shall kill the burnt 
14. 36 afterward the priest shall go in to see 
22. 7 he. . shall afterward eat of the boh ' things 



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Xum. 5. 26 the priest, .afterward shall cause the 

12. 16 And afterward the people removed from 
19. 7 and afterward he shall come into the 
31^ 2 afterward shalt thou he gathered unto 

31. 24 and afterward ye shall come into the 

32. 22 then afterward ye shall return, and be 
Deut 24. 21 vineyard, . . shalt not glean (it) afterward 
Josh. 2. 16 hide yourselves . . and afterward may ye 

24. 5 I plagued Egypt . . and afterward I 
Judg. 1. 9 And afterward the children of Judah 

7. 11 afterward shall thine hands be strength. 
19. 5 Comfort thine heart, .and afterward go 

1 Ch. 2. 21 afterward Hezron went in to the daughter 

2 Ch. 35. 14 And afterward they made ready for 
Job iS. 2 mark, and afterwards we will speak 
Psa. 73. 24 Thou shalt guide me. .and afterward 
Prov.20. 17 afterwards his mouth shall be filled with 

24. 27 Prepare thy work without, .afterwards 
28. 23 He that rebuketh a man afterwards shall 

Hos. 3. 5 Afterward shall the children of Israel 
2. Last, latter, at last, ji"mN acharon. 

Deut 13. 9 afterwards the hand of all the people 

17. 7 afterward the hands of all the people 
Isa. 9. 1 afterward did more grievously afflict her 

Z. After it was so, j"!.n«; achare-ken. 

Gen. 15. 14 afterward shall they come out with great 
^/Second*, secondly, Sevrepos deuieros. 

Jude 5 how that the Lord, .afterward destroyed 
O.Then, afterwards, eirct eita. 

Mark 4. 17 afterward, when affliction or persecution 
6. Afterward, iVetTa epeita. 

1 Co. 15. 23 afterward they that are Christ's at his 
15. 46 that which is natural ; and afterward 

Gal. 1. 21 Afterwards I came into the regions of 

7. The next in order, KaQetfis kathe.'cis. 

Luke S. 1 it came to pass afterward, that he 
S.Aftcr these, fiera ravra meta tauta. 

Luke 17. S afterward thou shalt eat and drink? 

18. 4 afterward he said within himself, Though 
John 5. 14 Afterward Jesus ftndeth him in the 
Heb. 4. 8 then would he not afterward have 

9'.After then, /ieTeVeiTa vietepeita. 

Heb. 12. 17 ye know how that afterward, when he 
10. Afterwards, vo-repou husteron. 

Matt. 4. 2 he had fasted, .he v. as afterward an 
21. 29 but afterward he repented, and went 
21. 32 repented not afterward, that ye might 

25. 11 Afterward came also the other virgins 
Mark 16. 14 [Afterward he appeared unto the eleven] 
Luke 4. 2 when they were ended, he afterward 
John 13. 36 but thou shalt follow me afterwards 
Heb. 12. 11 nevertheless afterward it yieldeth the 

AFTERWARDS, till— 

Behind, backwards, liny achor. 

Prov.29. 11 wise, .keepeth it in till afterwards 

AG-AB'-TJS — 

1. A prophet from Jerusalem who went to Paul at 
Antioch and foretold a great famine. 

Acts 11. 2S And there stood up one of them. .A. 

2. A disciple who went from Judea to Ptolemais and 
foretold the imprisonment of Paul. (Probably the same 
as No. 1.) 

Acts 2i. 10 there came down. .a. .prophet, named A. 

A'-GAG, 33H high, warlike. 

A poetic name of Amalek, derived from a particular 

dynasty. 

Kuni24. 7 his king shall be higher than A., and his 

1 Sa. 15. 8 And he took A. the king of the Amalek. 

15. 9 Saul and the people spared A., and the 
15. 20 Saul said.. I have.. brought A. the king 
15. 32 Then said Samuel, Bring, .to me A. the 
15. 32 And A. came unto him delicately 
15. 32 And A. said, Surely the bitterness of 
15. 33 And Samuel hewed A. in pieces before 

A-GA-GITE, '3JN, belonging to A gag. 

The Agagites were an Amalekite tribe. 

Esth. 3. 1 Haman the son of Hammedatha the A. 
3. 10 Haman the son of Hammedatha the A. 

8. 5 Haman the son of Hammedatha the A. 

9. 24 Haman the son of Hammedatha the A. 
AGAIN — 

1. Behind, TO achar. 

Deut 24. 20 thou shalt not go over the boughs again 

2.Even, also, D3 gam. 

Eccl. 4. 11 Again, if two lie together, then they have 
3. Again, Tiy od. 

Gen. 4. 25 And Adam knew his wife again 
4. Second, '•yg sheni. 

Lev. 13. 6 the priest shall look on him again 
13. 7 he shall be seen of the priest again 

2 Sa. 16. 19 And again, whom should I serve? 

Eze. 4. 6 lie again on thy right side, and thou shalt 
Hag. 2. 20 again the word of the Lord came unto H. 
Zech. 4. 12 And I answered again, and said unto him 
MaL 2. 13 And this have ye done again, covering 

5. Second, mr^Pi tinyanuth. 

Dan. 2. 7 They answered again and said, Let the 

6. To go, T]?; yalak. 

Eccl. 1. 7 whence the rivers come . . they return again 

7. To add, *]p; yasaph. 

Gen. 8. 12 which returned not again unto him any 



c Sa. 



2 Sa. 



>Ki. 



Gen. 38. 26 And he knew her again no more 
Num 32. 15 he will yet again leave them in the wild. 
t Sa. 27. 4 and he sought no more again for him 
2 Ki. 19. 30 house of Judah shall yet again take root 
Isa. 37. 31 the remnant, .shall again take root 
S.To add, p]BJ yasaph, 5. 

Gen. 4. 2 And she again bare his brother Abel 

8. 10 and he again sent forth the dove out of 

8. 21 I will not again curse, .again smite any 

18. 29 And he spake unto him yet again 

25. 1 again Abraham took a wife, and her name 
38. 5 And she yet again conceived, and bare a 

Exodio. 29 I will see thy face again no more 

14. 13 ye shall see them again no more for ever 

Xum22. 15 And Balak sent yet again princes 

22. 25 crushed Balaam's foot, .smote her again 
Deut 18. 16 Let me not hear again the voice of the 
Judg. 3. 12 the children of Israel did evil again 

4. 1 the children of Israel again did evil 

9. 37 And Gaal spake again and said 

10. 6 the children of Israel did evil again 

11. 14 Jephthah sent messengers again unto the 
13. 1 the children of Israel did evil again in 
20. 22 and set their battle again in array 

20. 23 Shall I go up again to battle against the 
20. 28 Shall I yet again go out to battle against 
3. 6 the Lord called yet again, Samuel 
3. 8 the Lord called Samuel again the third 
3. 21 the Lord appeared again in Shiloh 
9. 8 the servant answered Saul again, and 

19. 8 there was war again : and David went out 

19. 21 Saul sent messengers again the third time 

20. 17 Jonathan caused David to swear again 

23. 4 David enquired of the Lord yet again 
27. 4 and he sought no more again for him 

2. 22 And Abner said again to Asaliel 

3. 34 all the people wept again over him 

5. 22 the Philistines came up yet again 

18. 22 Then said, .the son of Zadok yet again 

24. 1 again the anger of the Lord was kindled 
24. 7 the king of Egypt came not again 

1 Ch.14. 13 the Philistines yet again spread themselves 
Esth. 8. 3 Esther spake yet again before the king 
Prov.19. 19 if thou deliver, .thou must do it again 
Isa. 7. 10 Moreover the Lord spake again unto A. 
8. 5 The Lord spake also unto me again 
11. 11 the Lord shall set his hand again 
24. 20 it shall fall, and not rise again 
Dan. to. 18 Then there came again and touched me 
Amos 7. 8 I will not again pass by them any more 

7. 13 prophesy not again any more at Beth-el 

8. 2 I will not again pass by them any more 
Jon. 2. 4 I will look again toward thy holy temple 

To turn back, 2)ty shub. 

Gen. 26. iS Isaac digged again the wells of water 
30. 31 I will again feed (and) keep thy flock 
Xum ii. 4 the children of Israel also wept again 
Deut 24. 4 Her. .husband, . .may not take l\er again 
9 the Lord will again rejoice over thee for 

2 circumcise again the children of Israel 
7 therefore he lodged there again 
5 he said, I called not ; lie down again 

6 1 called not, my son ; lie down again 
1 Ki. 13. 33 made again of the lowest of the people 

19. 6 drink, and laid him down again 
19. 20 Go back again : for what have I done to 

11 Again also he sent unto him another 

13 And he sent again a captain of the third 
25 Jehoash the son of Jehoahaz took again 

9 he sent messengers again unto Hezekiah 

3 For he built up again the high places 

4 he went out again through the people 
3 For he built again the high places 

14 Should we again break thy command. 
Neh. 9. 28 after they had rest, they did evil again 
Job 10. 16 again thou shewest thyself marvellous 
Psa. 71. 20 (Thou) shalt quicken me again 

71. 20 and shalt bring me up again from the 
85. 6 Wilt thou not revive us again 

Jer. 18. 4 so he made it again another vessel 
36. 28 Take thee again another roll 

Dan. 9. 25 the street shall be built again, and the 

Zech. 8. 15 So again have I thought in these days 
10. To cause to turn back, 3«a shub, 5. 

1 Sa. 17. 30 the people answered him again after the 
[See also Answer, back, break, bring, brought, 
build, carry, circumcise, come, conceive, deli- 
ver, dig, doubtless, evil, feed, fetch, gathered, 
get, give, go, lay down, lie down, lift up, lodge, 
make, pay, place, pull in, put, rejoice, render, 
restored, return, ring, rise up, send, set, sound- 
ing, take, turn, turn back, vomit, weep.] 

11. A second time, Sevrepov deuteron. 

Rev. 19. 3 And again they said, Alleluia. 
12.^4 second time, ck devrepov ek deuterou. 

John 9. 24 Then again called they the man that was 

Acts 11. 9 the voice answered me again from heaven 
lB.From above, &vvdcv anothen. 

John 3. 3 Except a man be born again, he cannot 

3. 7 that I said. .Ye must be born again 
14. Twice, Sis dis. 

Phil. 4. 16 For. .ye sent once and again unto my 
1 Tli. 2. 18 even I Paul, once and again ; but Satan 
15. Again, on the other hand, iraKiv palin. 
Matt. 4. 7 Jesus said. .It is written again 

4. 8 Again, the devil taketh him up into an 

5. 33 Again, ye have heard that it hath been 
13. 44 [Again], the kingdom of heaven is like 



30. 
Josh. 5. 
Judg. 19. 
1 Sa. 3. 
3- 



*Ki. 

19. 

21. 

>Ch.i 9 . 

33- 
Ezra 9. 



Matt 13. 
13- 



26. 
26. 
26. 

26. 

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14. 

14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 

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John 1. 

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Acts : 



2 7 
Pom. 8. 



15. 

15' 

15 

I CO. 3. 

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2 Co. 



45 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto 
47 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto 

19 [Again], I say unto you, That if fewo of 

24 again I say unto you, It is easier 

5 Again he went out about the sixth and 

36 Again, he sent other servants more than 
1 Jesus answered, .again by parables, and 
4 Again he sent forth other servants, saying 

42 He went away again the second time, and 

43 he came and found them asleep again 

44 he left them, and went away again 
72 again he denied with an oath 

50 Jesus, when he had cried again with a 
1 again he entered into Capernaum 

13 he went forth again by the sea side 
1 he entered again into the synagogue 

20 the multitude cometh together again 

t he began again to teach by the sea-side 

21 when Jesus was passed over again by 

31 again, departing from the coasts of Tyre 
13 entering into the ship again departed to 

25 After that he put (Ins) hand agaiu upon 

1 resort unto him again, .he taught, .again 
10 his disciples asked him again of the same 
24 Jesus answereth again, and saith unto 

32 he took again the twelve, and began 

27 they come again to Jerusalem : and as 

4 again he sent unto them another servant 

5 And [again] he sent another; and him they 

39 agaiu lie went away, and prayed 

40 he found them asleep agaiu, (for their 

61 Again the high priest a^ked him, and said 

69 a maid saw him again, and began 

70 he denied it again, .said again to Peter 
4 Pilate asked him again, saying 

12 Pilate answered and said again unto 

13 they cried out again, Crucify him 

20 again he said, Whereunto shall I liken 

20 Pilate, .to release Jesus, spake again to 
35 Again the next day after John stood 

3 He left Judea, and departed [again] into 
13 Whosoever drinketh . .shall thirst again 

46 So Jesns came again into Cana of Galilee 
54 This (is) again the second miracle (that) 
15 departed [again] into a mountain himself 

2 [early in the morning he came again into] 
8 again he stooped down, and wrote on 

12 Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying 

21 Then said Jesus again unto them, I go 

15 Then again the Pharisees also asked him 
17 They say unto the blind man again 

26 Then said they to him [again], What did 

27 wherefore woulds ye hear (it) again? will 
7 Then said Jesu unto them again, Verily 

17 my life, that I might take it again 

18 I have power to take it again 

19 There was a division therefore again 

31 the Jews took up stones again to stone 

39 Therefore they sought again to take him 

40 And went away again beyond Jordan into 

7 Let us go into Judasa again 

8 disciples say. .goest thou thither again? 

38 Jesus therefore again groaning in himself 

22 again Andrew and Philip tell Jesus 

28 glorified (it), and will glorify (it) again 

39 because that Esaias said again 

12 was set down again, he said unto them 

3 I will come again, and receive you unto 
16, 17, ig again, a little while, and ye shall 

22 I will see you again, and your heart 

28 again, I leave the world, and go to the 
7 Then asked he them again, "Whom seek 

27 Peter then denied again : and immediately 

33 entered into the judgment hall again 

38 went out again unto the Jews, and saith 

40 Then cried they all again, saying, Not 

4 Pilate therefore went forth again, and 

9 went again into the judgment hall, and 

37 again another scripture saith. They shall 
10 Then the disciples went away again unto 
21 Then said Jesus to them again, Peace (be) 
26 after eight days again his disciples were 

1 Jesus shewed himself again to the 

16 He saith to him again the second time 

15 the voice (spake) unto him again the 

16 the vessel was received up [again] into- 
10 all were drawn up again into heaven 

32 We will hear thee again of this (matter) 
21 I will return again unto you, if the 

28 they sounded again, and found (it) fifteen 

15 ye have not received, .again to fear 

23 for God is able to graff them in again 

10 again he saith. Rejoice, ye Gentiles, with: 

11 again, praise the Lord, all ye Gentiles 

12 again, Esaias saith, There shall be a root 

20 again, the Lord knoweth the thoughts 

5 and come together again, that Satan 

21 nor again the head to the feet, I have no 

16 to come again out of Macedonia unto 
1 that I would not come again to you in 

1 Do we begin again to commend ourselves: 
12 we commend not ourselves again unto you 
7 let him of himself think t' is again, that 

16 I say again, Let no man think me 

19 [Again], think ye that we excuse ourselves 
21 lest, when I come again, my God shall 
9 As we said before, so say I now again, If 

17 I went into Arabia, and returned again 
1 I went up again to Jerusalem with 

18 For if I build again the things which I 
9 whereunto ye desire again to be in 

19 I travail in birth again until Christ be 






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AGAINST 



Gal. 5. 1 be not entangled again with the yoke 
5. 3 For I testify again to every man that 

Phil. 1. 26 your rejoicing, .my coming to you again 
2. 28 that, when ye see him again, ye may 
4. 4 Rejoice in the Lord alway : (aud) again I 

Heb. 1. 5 again, I will be to him a Father 

1. 6 again, when he bringeth in the first-begot. 

2. 13 again, I will put . . trust in him. Aud again 
4. s And in this (place) again, If they shall 

4. 7 Again, he limiteth a certain day, saying 

5. 12 ye have need that one teach you again 

6. 1 not laying again the foundation of repent. 

6. 6 to renew them again unto repentance 
10. 30 again, The Lord shall judge his people 

Jas. 5. 18 he prayed again, and the heaven gave 
2 Pe. 2. 20 they are again entangled therein, and 

1 Jo. 2. 8 Again, a new commandment I write unto 
Rev. 10. 8 Aud the voice, .spake unto me again 

10. 11 Thou must prophesy again before many 
16. The second time, els to -naXiv. 

2 Co. 13. 2 that, if I come again, I will not spare 
17. Again anew, tvo.Klv &v<*>Bev. 

Gal. 4. 9 whereuutoyedesu-eagaintobeuibondage? 
AGAIN, to come — 
To turn back, l\v$ shub. 

Gen. 15. 16 But. .they shall come hither again 

22. 5 I aud the lad will go. .and come again to 
28. 21 So that I come again to my father's house 
50I 5 Now. .let me go up. .1 will come again 

Exodi4. 26 that the waters may come again upon the 
24. 14 Tarry ye. .until we come again unto you 

Lev. 14. 39 the priest shall come again the seventh 

14. 43 And if the plague come again 
Num35. 32 he should come again to dwell in the 
Josh 18. 8 walk through the land . .and come again 
Judg. 6. 18 I will tarry until thou come again 

8. 9 saying, When I come again in peace 

15. 19 when he had drunk, his spirit came again 
21. 14 And Benjamin came agaiu at that time 

Ruth 4. 3 that is come again out of the country 
1 Sa. 23. 23 come ye again to me with the certainty 
30. 12 he had eaten, his spirit came again to him 

1 Ki. 2. 41 Shimei had gone . . and was come again 

12. 5 (for) three days, then come again to me 

12. 12 Come to me again the third day 

12. 20 when. .Jeroboam was come again 

17. 21 let this child's soul come into him again 

17. 22 the soul of the child came into him again 

19. 7 And the angel of the Lord came again 

20. 5 And the messengers came again 

2 Ki. 2. 18 And when they came again to him. 

4. 22 run to the man of God, aud come again 

4. 38 And Elisha came agaiu to Gilgal 

5. 10 and thy flesh shall come again to thee 

5. 14 and his flesh came again, .and he was 

7. 8 and went and hid (it) ; and came again 

9. 18 came to them, but he cometh not again 
9. 20 He came, .them, and cometh not again 
9. 36 Wherefore they came again, and told him 

2 Ch.io. 5 Come again unto me after three days 
10. 12 Come again to me on the third day 

30. 9 that they shall come again into this laud 
Ezra 2. 1 aud came again unto Jerusalem 

6. 21 which were come again out of captivity 
Neh. 7. 6 came again to Jerusalem, and to Judah 

8. 17 them that were come again out of the 
Esth. 6. 12 Aud Mordecai came again to the. .gate 
Ps. 78. 39 passeth away, and cometh not again 
Prov. 3. 28 Say not. .Go, and come again 

Jer. 31. 16 they shall come again from the land 

31. 17 that thy children shall come again 
37. 8 And the Chaldeans shall come again 

2ech. 4. 1 angel that talked with me came again 

AGAIN, to do, feed, speak — 

To repeat, n$ shanah, 3*t? shub. 

Gen. 30. 31 I will again feed (and) keep thy flock 
Neh. 13. 21 if ye do (so) again, I will lay hands on you 
Job 29. 22 After my words they spake not again 
AGAIN, to send — 
Tosend besides, irpoaedero irefxtyat. 

Luke2o. 11 again he sent auother servant : aud they 
20. 12 again he sent a third : and they wounded 
[See also Alive, answer, ask, beget, bid, born, 
bring, build, come, deliver, flourish, foam, give, 
go, live, measure, put up, raise, raise to life, 
remembrance, restore, return, rise, rising, send, 
set, that, turn, word.] 
AGAINST (you) — 
] . Unto, to, "?X el. 

Gen. 4. 8 Cain rose up against Abel his brother 
2,With s near, ecen, by, nx eth. 

iKi. 16. 22 Omri prevailed against the people 
3. Over against, ^id mid. 

Josh. 8. 33 half of them over agaiust mount Gerizim 
9. 1 coasts of the great sea over agaiust Leba. 
22. 11 an altar over against the land of Caanan 
1 Ki. 7. 5 and light (was) agaiust light (in) three 
^.Before, in front of, til neged. 

Num.25. 4 hang themup before the Lorp against 
Judg2o. 34 there came against Gibeah ten thousand 
5. Over against, rnj nokach. 

1 Ki. 22. 35 the king, .in his chariot against the Syr. 

2 Ch. 18. 34 tlie king., in (his) chariot against the Syr. 
Q.Unto, in ad. 

Gen. 43. 25 And they made ready the preseut against 
( On, upon, concerning, Sy al. 

Gen. 40. 2 Pharaoh was wroth against, .his officers 



Ezra 4. 8 the scribe wrote a letter against Jerusalem 

4. 19 this city . . hath made insurrection against 

7. 23 why should there be wrath against the 
Dan. 3. 19 form of his visage was changed against 

3. 29 which speak anything amiss against the 

5. 23 hast lifted up thyself against the Lord 

6. 5 We shall not find, .occasion against this 
S.Withj Dy im. 

Deut. 9. 7 ye have been rebellious against the Lord 

9. With, "ie» immad. 

Job 23. 6 Will he plead against me with (Ids) great 

10. Over against, near, just as, naj; ummah. 

1 Ch. 25. 8 And they cast lots, ward against (ward) 
26. 12 (having) wards one against another 
26. 16 by the causeway, .ward against ward 

Eze. 3. 8 against their faces, .against their foreh. 
11. Face, presence, dus panim. 

Deut3i. 21 this song' shall testify against them 
32. 49 that (is) over against Jericho 
34. 1 that (is^ over against Jericho 

1 Sa. 15. 7 that (is) over against Egypt 

2 Ch/20. 12 we have no might against this great 
Eze. 41. 15 he measured the length, .over against 

48. 15 in the breadth over against the five 

48. 2 i against the five . . against the . . against the 

12. Concerning, "is? tsad. 

Dan. 7. 25 he shall speak (great) words against the 

13. Ore?-, beyond, nny eber. 

Exod25. 37 they may give light over against it 

14. To meet, *O t j?. 

Gen. 15. 10 laid each piece one against another 
Exod 14. 27 and the Egyptians fled against it 
Nuni2o. 18 lest I come out against thee with the 

20. 20 Edom came out against him with, .people 

21. 23 he came to Jahaz aud fought against 

21. 33 the king of Bashan went out against 

22. 34 I knew not that thou stoodest. .against 
Deut. 1. 44 the Amorites. .came out agaiust you 

2. 32 Then Sihon came out against us 

3. 1 the king of Bashan came out against us 
29. 7 Sihon. .came out against us unto battle 

Josh. 8. 5 when they come out against us 

8. 14 the men. .went out against Israel to 

8. 22 issued out of the city against them 

n. 20 they should come agaiust Israel iu battle 
Judg. 7. 24 Come down against the Midianites 

14. 5 a young lion roared against him 
-15. 14 the Philistines shouted against him 

20. 25 Benjamin went forth against them 
20. 31 Benjamin went out against the people 
1 Sa. 4. 1 Israel went out agaiust the Philistines 

4. 2 put themselves in array against 

9. 14 Samuel came out against them 

17. 2 set the battle, .against the Philistines 

17. 21 Philistines had put. .army against army 
17- 55 David go forth against the Philistine 

23. 28 and went against the Philistines 

25. 20 David and his men came down against 
z Sa. 10. 9 put (them) in array against the Syrians 
10. 10 might put (them) in array against the 
10. 17 Syrians set themselves, .against David 

18. 6 people went out into the field against I. 

1 Ki. 20. 27 children of Israel, .went agaiust them 

2 Ki. g. 21 and they went out agaiust Jehu 

23. 29 and king Josiah went out against him 

1 Ch, 19. 10 put (them) in array against the Syrians 

19. 11 they set. .in array against the children 
19. 17 and set. .in array against them 

19. 17 put the battle in array against the Syr. 

2 Ch. 35. 20 and Josiah went out against him 
Psa. 35. 3 and stop (the way) against them 

15./?t reference to, with regard to, els eis. 
Matt 1*8. isthy brother shall trespass [against] thee 
18. 21 how oft shall my brother sin against me 
Mark 3. 29 he that shall blaspheme against the Holy 
Luke 7. 30 rejected the counsel of God against 

12. 10 against the Son. .against the Holy Ghost 

15. 18, 21 Father, I have sinned against heaven 
17. 3 If thy brother trespass [against] thee 

17. 4 if he trespass against thee seven times 
22. 65 things blasphemously spake they against 
John 12. 7 Then said Jesus, Let her alone: against 

13. 29 Buy. .that we have need of [against] the 
Acts 6. 1 1 We have heard him speak . . against 

q. 1 against the disciples of the Lord 
25. 8 against the . . against the . . against Cfcesar 
Rom. 8. 7 the carnal mind (is) enmity agaiust God 
1 Co. 6. 18 committeth fornication sinneth against 

8. 12 against the brethren, .sin against Christ 

1 Ti. 6. 19 a good foundation against the time to 

2 Ti. 1. 12 which I . .committed unto him against 
Heb. 12. 3 such contradiction of sinners against 
2 Pe. 3. 7 reserved unto fire against the day of 

16.Be/ore, in the face of e/xirpoo-dev emprosthen. 
Matt 23. 13 shut' up the kingdom of heaven against 
17. In, 4v en. 

Rom. 2. 5 against the day of wrath, and revelation 
IS. On, upon, eirl {dat.) epi. 

Luke 12. S2 three against two, and two against three 
12. 53 against, .son. .against, .father, .against 
12. 53 against, .mother, .against her. .against 
19. On, upon, M {ace.) epi. 

Matt 10. 21 and the children shall rise up against 
[See also Matt. 12. 26; 24- 7, n\ 26. 55: Mark 3. 24, 
25, 26; 10. 11; 13. 8, 8, 12; 14. 48; Luke 9. 5 ; 
11. 17, 17. 18; 12. 53, 53; 14. 31; zi. io, 10; 22. 
52, 53; John 13. 18; Acts 4. 27; 8. 1 ; 13. 50. 5 1 ! 
Rom. 1. 18; 2. 2; 2 Co. 10. 2; 1 Pe. 3. 12.] 



20. Against, kotoI (gen.) kata. 

-Matt. 5. 11 shall say all manner of evil against you 

5. 23 that thy brother hath ought against thee 

10. 35 agaiust his. .against her. .against her 
12. 14 held a council against him, how they 
12. 25 divided against itself.. divided against 
12. 30 He that is not with me is against me 

12. 32 against the Son. . against the Holy Ghost 

20. 11 they murmured against the goodmau of 

26. 59 sought false witness against Jesus, to put 

27. 1 counsel against Jesus to put him to death 
Mark 3. 6 took counsel with the Herodians against 

9. 40 For he that is not against us is on our 

11. 25 forgive, if ye have ought against any 
14. 55 sought for witness against Jesus to put 
14. 56 many bare false witness against him, but 
14. 57 bare false witness against him, saying 

Luke 9. 50 for he that is not against us is for us 
11. 23 He that is not with me is against me 

John 18. 29 What accusation bring ye against this 
19. n couldest have no power, .against me 

Acts 4. 26 against the Lord, and against his Christ 

6. 13 ceaseth not to speak, .against this holy 
14. 2 made their minds evil affected against 
16. 22 the multitude rose up together against 
19. 16 overcame them, and prevailed against 

21. 28 teacheth all. .every where against the 

24. 1 who informed the governor against Paul 

25. 2 chief of the Jews informed him against 
25. 3 desired favour against him that he 

25. 7 complaints [against Paul], which they 
25. 15 desiring (to have) judgment against him 
25. 27 not withal, .the crimes (laid) against him 
27. 14 not long after there arose against it a 
Rom. 8. 31 If God (be) for us, who (can be) against 

11. 2 he maketh intercession to God against 

1 Co. 4. 6 that no one of you . . one against another 

2 Co. 10. 5 high thing that exalteth itself against 

13. 8 For we can do nothing against the truth 
Gal. 3. 21 (Is) the law then against the promises of 

5. 17 against the Spirit, and the Spirit against 
5. 23 Meekness, temperance : agaiust such 
Col. 2. 14 the handwriting, .that was against us 
1 Ti. 5. 19 Againstan elder receive not an accusation 
Jas. 3. 14 and lie not against the truth 

5. 9 Grudge not one against another, brethren 

1 Pe. 2. 11 abstain from, .lusts, which war against 

2 Pe. 2. 11 bring not railing accusation against them 
Jude 15 ungodly sinners have spoken against him 
Rev. 2. 4 Nevertheless I have (somewhat) against 

2. 14 I have a few things against thee, because 

2. 20 I have a few things against thee, because 

12. 7 Michael and his angels fought [against] 

21. With, fxerd (g.a.) meta. 

Rev. 2. 16 will fight against them with the sword 
11. 7 the beast, .shall make war against them 

19. 19 agaiust him that sat. .aud against his 
22. Beside, alongside of, irapd para. (dat). 

Rom. 1. 26 natural use into that which is agaiust 

4. 18 Who against hope believed in hope, that 
23. Around, concerning, -n-epi (gen.-) peri. 

Matt 20. 24 were moved with indignation against the 
Acts 25. 18 Against whom when the accusers stood 

li.Towards, irp6s (ace.) pros. 

Matt. 4. 6 thou dash thy foot against a stone 
Marki2. 12 that he had spoken the parable against 
Luke 4. 11 thou dash thy foot agaiust a stone 

5. 30 scribes and Pharisees murmured against 

20. 19 that he had spoken this parable against 
Acts 6. 1 arose a murmuring of the Grecians against 

9. 5 [hard for thee to kick agaiust the pricks] 
9. 29 disputed against the Grecians : but they 
19. 38 have a matter against any man, the law 
23. 30 to say before thee what (they had) against 
24. 19 if they had ought against me 

25. 19 But had certain questions againt him of 

26. 14 hard for thee to kick against the pricks 

1 Co. 6. 1 Dare any of you, having a matter against 
Eph. 6. 11 that ye may be able to stand against the 

6. 12 against flesh . . against princ. . . against po. 
6. 12 against the rulers.. against spiritual wic. 

Col. 3. 13 if any man have a quarrel against any 

3. 19 love (your) wives, .not bitter against them 
Heb. 12. 4 resisted unto blood, striving a. Re. 13. 6. 

25. To you, vfuv humin, Luke 10. II. 
26*. Contrary to, evavrlos enantios. 

Acts 28. 17 though I have committed notliing against 
AGAINST, as — 
.Is against, 7«| ke-al. 

2 Ch. 32. 19 as against the gods of the people of the 
AGAINST he come — 

To meet, x~®. 

Exod. 7. 15 by the river's brink against he come 
AGAINST, over — 
I, Over against, WiD mol. 

Neh. 12. 38 the other, .went over against (them) 
2. Over against, "?io mol. 

Deut 1. 1 iu the plain over against the Red (sea) 
3.0rer against, bus mid. 

Num. 8. 2 lamps shall give light over against the 
8. 3 lighted the lamps, .over against the 
22. 5 and they abide over against me 

Deut. 2. 19 thou comest. .over against the children 

3. 29 we abode iu the valley over agaiust 

4. 46 in the valley over against Beth-peor 



AGAR 



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AHAB 



Deut ii. 30 which dwell, .over against Gilgal 

34. 6 he huried him. .over against Beth-peor 
Josh. 1 8. 18 passed, .toward the side over against 
1 Sa. 14. 5 overagainstMiehiuash..overagainstGib 
2 Sa. 5. 23 come upon them over against the.. trees 
1 Ki. 7. 39 the house eastward over against the south 

1 Ch. 14. 14 come upon them over against the. .trees 

2 Ch. 4. 10 set the sea . . over against the south 

4. Before, in the presence of, 1J3 neged. 

Gen. 21. 16 and sat her down over against (him) 
1 Ch. 8. 32 these also dwelt, .over against them 
Neh. 3. 2S every one over against his house 
Eze. 41. 16 the galleries, .over against the door 

5. Straight forward, straight before, n?i nokach. 

Exod.26. 35 the candlestick over against the table 
40. 24 put the candlestick, .over against the 
Josh.18. 17 which (is) over against the goiug up of 
Judgig. 10 and came over against Jebus 

20. 43 trode them down, .over against Gibeah 

1 Ki. 20. 29 they pitched one over against the other 
Esth. 5. 1 over against the king's, .over against the 
Eze. 47. 20 till a man come over against Haniath 

6. Straight before, nrn nekach. 

Eze. 46. 9 but shall go forth over against it 
7. Near, just as, over against, nsj? ummah. 

Exod 25. 27 Over against the border shall the rings be 
28. 27 over against the (other) coupling thereof 
37. 14 Over against the border were the rings 

39. 20 over against the (other) coupling thereof 

2 Sa. 16. 13 Shimei went along, .over against him 

1 Ki. 7. 20 over against the belly which (was) by the 
1 Ch. 24. 31 These likewise cast lots over against 
24. 31 principal fathers over against their 
Neh. 12. 24 David the man of God, ward over against 
Eccl. 7. 14 hath set the one over against the other 
Eze. 1. 20 the wheels were lifted up over against 
1. 21 the wheels were lifted up over against 

3. 13 the noise of the wheels over against them 

40. 18 the pavement . . over against the length of 
42. 7 wall that (was) without over against the 
45. 6 over against the oblation of the holy 

45. 7 the length (shall be) over against one of 
48. 13 over against the border of the priests 
48. 18 over against the oblation of the holy 
48. 18 over against the oblation of the holy 
48. 21 over against the portions for the prince 

S.Over against, auriKpv antikrh. 

Acts 20. 15 came the next (day) over against Chios 
9. Over beyond, avrtiripav antiperan. 

Luke 8. 26 Gadarenes, which is over against Galilee 

10. Over against, a-Kevavri apenanii. 

Matt 21. 2 Go into the village [over against] you 
27. 61 Mary, sitting over against the sepulchre 

11. Opposite, contrary, e£ ivavrias ex enantias. 
Markis. 39 centurion, which stood over against him 

12. Doion, down by, Kara (ace.) kata. 

Acts 27. 7 when we had. .come over against Cnidus 
27. 7 we sailed under Crete, over against 
13. Over against, KarivavTi katenanti. 

Markn. 2 Go your way into the village over against 

12. 41 Jesus sat [over against] the treasury 

13. 3 mount of Olives over against the temple 
Luke 19. 30 Go ye into the village over against (you) 

[See also Beat, boast, bring, crime, cry, mad, 
murmur, over, prate, prevail, quarrel, rejoice, 
rise up, say, speak, spokeu, strive, war, will.] 

A'-GAR, "Ayap. 

Greek name of Sarah's handmaid Hagar. 

Gal. 4- ^4 Sinai, which gendereth to bondage, .is A. 

4. 25 For this A. is mount Sinai in Arabia, and 

AGATE — 

1. A gate or rvhy, 13*73 kadkod. 

Isa. 54. 12 I will make thy windows of agates 
Eze. 27. 16 fine linen, and coral, and agate 

2. Agate, achates, wa> shebu. 

Exod 28. 19 the third row. .anagate, and an amethyst 
39. 12 the third row. .an agate, and an amethyst 

AGE — 

1. Revolution, "fn dor. 

Job 8. 8 enquire, I pray thee, of the former age 
Isa. 38. 12 Mine age is departed, and is removed from 

2.0ld age, |j3T zoqen. 

Gen. 48. 10 the eyes of Israel were dim for age 

'^.Lifetime, ~hn cheled. 

Job 11. 17 (thine) age shall be clearer than the noon 
Psa. 39. 5 mine age (is) as nothing before thee 
■i.Day, d'v yom. 

Gen. 18. 11 (were) old. .well stricken in age 

24. 1 Abraham was. .well stricken in age 
Josh. 23. 1 Joshua waxed old (and) stricken in age 

23. 2 I am old (and) stricken in age 
Zech. 8. 4 his staff in his hand for very age 

5. Old age, greyheadness, Tvr seb. 

1 Ki. 14. 4 his eyes were set by reason of his age 

6. A son, |3 ben. 

Num. S. 25 from the age of fifty years they shall 
1 Ch. 23. 3 from the age of thirty years and upward 
23. 24 from the age of twenty years and upward 



7. Life, existence, 'n chai. 

Gen. 47. 28 the. .age of Jacob was an hundred forty 
[See also Flower, great, old, pass, stoop for, 
whole.] 
S. Maturity, i}\iKia helikia. 

Heb. 11. 11 delivered of a child when she. .past age 
AGE, full — 
l.Full age, rhz kelach. 

Job 5. 26 shalt come to (thy) grave in a full age 
2.C'omplete, perfect, rt\eios teleios. 

Heb. 5. 14 strong meat . . to them that are of full age 
AGE, old — 
Full age, n?3 kelach. 

Job 30. 2' me, in whom old age was perished? 
AGE, to be of — 
l.Se has maturity, TjXaciatf (=x et helikian echei. 

John 9. 21 we know not : he is of age ; ask him 

9. 23 Therefore said his parents, He is of age 
I.Day, 7){j.4pa hemera. 

Luke 2. 36 daughter of Phanuel. .was of a great age 
AGE, whole — 
Days of the years of the life, 'n *$ \p'. 

Gen. 47. 28 the whole age of Jacob was an hundred 
AGED — 
1. Aged, bearded, ]p.\ zaqen. 

Job 12. 20 takeUi. .the understanding of the aged 
32. 9 ueitherdothe aged understand judgment 

Jer. 6. 11 the aged, with (him that is) full of days 

I.One white, grey, old, dry, btb>; yashish. 

Job 29. 8 the aged arose, (and) stood up 
Z.Aged, advanced in days, itpio BCttis presbutes. 

Phm. 9 as Paul the aged. . now also a prisoner 
AGED man — 
l.Aged, bearded, |j3J zaqen. 

2 Sa. 19. 32 Barzillai was a very aged man 
2. Aged, advanced in days, irpeaBorvs. probates. 

Titus 2. 2 aged men be sober.. in faith, in charity 
AGED man, very — 
One white, grey, old, dry, n'V* yashish. 

Job 15. 10 very aged men, much elder than thy 
AGED woman — 
Aged female, wpeo-fiuris presbutis. 

Titus 2. 3 The aged women likewise, that (they he) 
A'-GEE, n:n fugitive. 

The father of Shammah, one of Davids valiant men 
B.C. 1080. 

2Sa. 23. 11 after him (was) Shammah the son of A. 
AGES — 
I. Age, dispensation, o\6v aion. 

Eph. 2. 7 That in the ages to come he might shew 

Col. 1. 26 mystery which hath been hid from ages 
2. Generations, yzved genea. 

Eph. 3. 5 Which in other ages was not made known 
3. 21 throughout all ages, world without end 
AGO — 
1. Former time, nDIp qadmah. 

Ezra 5. 11 house, .was builded these many years ago 
2.(Third day of) tlie days, D'D»n hayyamim. 

1 Sa. g. 20 asses that were lost three days ago 
3. From, airo apo. 

Acts 10. 30 And Cornelius said, Four days ago I was 
15. 7 ye know how that a good while ago 

2 Co. 8. 10 but also to be forward a year ago 

9. 2 that Aehaia was ready a year ago 
4. Before, trpo pro. 

2 Co. 12. 2 I knew a man.. above fourteen years ago 
AGONE — 
The third day, nyhy D'vn hay yom sheloshah. 

1 Sa. 30. 13 because three days agone I fell sick 
AGONY — 
Agony, contest, ayavia agdnia. 

Luke 22. 44 And being in an agony he prayed more 
AGREE — 
1.2*0 be into or for, el/ii els eimi eis. 

1 Jo. 5. S and these three agree hi one 
2. To be in good mind, evvoeai (et/xi eimi) eunoeo. 

Matt. 5. 25 Agree with thine adversary quickly 

3.7*0 be the same, Xtros elfii eimi isos. 

Mark 14. 56 but their witness agreed not together 
14. 59 But neither so did their witness agree 
4. To be like or similar, duotdfa homoiazo. 

Mark 14. 70 [and thy speech agreeth (thereto)] 
5. To persuade, prexo.il upon, Trei6a> peitho. 

Acts 5. 40 And to him they agreed : and when they 
Q.To make one opinion, irot^aaL ixiav yv&p.t\v. 

Rev. 17. 17 and to agree, and give their kingdom 

7 .To sound or speak together, ovu<ptov4to sumphonco. 

Matt iS. 19 That if two of you shall agree on earth 
20. 2 And when he had agreed with the 

Acts 15. 15 And to this agree the words of the 
S.To put togetlier, o-vpTie-n/xi suntithemi. 

John 9. 22 for the Jews had agreed already, that if 

Acts 23. 20 The Jews have agreed to desire thee that 



AGREE together — 

To sound or speak together, avp:<Ptoviaj sumphoneo. 

Acts 5. 9 How is it that ye have agreed together 
AGREE with — 
To sound or speak together, avp.<pwv4<u sumphoneo. 

Matt 20. 13 didst uot thou agree with me for a penny ! 

Luke 5. 36 the piece that was.. agreeth not with 
AGREED, to be — 
To be met together (by appointment), ny; yaad, 2. 

Amos 3. 3 Can two walk, .except they be agreed ' 
AGREED not — 
Xot sounding together, aavp.cpcoi'os asumphonos. 

Acts 28. 25 when they agreed not among themselves 
AGREEMENT — 
l.A seer, vision, n\h chozeh. 

Isa. 28. 15 with hell are we at agreement 
2. Vision, rmn chazuth. 

Isa. 28. 18 your agreement with hell shall not stand 
^.Upright things, D ,- Jp'p mesharim. 

Dan. 11. 6 come to the. .north to make an agreement 
4.A putting doion together, avyKardQea-ts. 

2 Co. 6. 16 what agreement hath the temple of God 
A-GRXP'-PA, 'A7pi7T7ras. 

Great-grandson of Herod the Great. His father being 
eaten of worms,he, as Herod Agrippa. succeeded (A.D.53) 
as tetrarch of Abilene, Galilee, lturea, and Trachonitis. 

Acts 25. 13 after certain days king A. and Bernice 
25. 22 Then A. said unto Festus, I would also 
25. 23 on the morrow, when A. was come, and 
25. 24 And Festus said, King A., and all men 

25. 26 I have brought.. before you..O king A, 

26. 1 Then A. said unto Paul, Thou art 

26. 2 I think myself happy, king A , because I 
26. 7 For which hope's sake, king A., I am 
26. 19 Whereupon, O king A., I was not 
26. 27 King A., believest thou the prophets? I 
26. 28 Then A. said uuto Paul, Almost thou 
26. 32 ThensaidA.uutoFestus.Thismanmigbt 
AGROUND, to run — 
To force upon, 4ttok4\\co epokello. 

Acts 27. 41 they ran the ship aground; and the 
A'-GTJR, nwN gatherer. 

The son of Jakeh. Jerome and others consider this 
name as symbolical of Solomon himself ; but this is 
inconsistent with the designation a Sou of Jakeh,' 
and Solomon, in the same book, is expressly called 
Son of David." 

Prov.30. i The words of A. the sou of Jakeh.. the 
AH — 
l.Ahaf {complaint), nnx ahah. 

Jer. 1. 6 Ah, Lord God! behold, I cannot speak 
4. 10 Ah, LoRDGod' surely thou hast, .deceived 
14. 13 Ah, Lord God! behold, the prophets 
32. 17 Ah Lord God ! behold, thou hast made 
Eze. 4. 14 Ah Lord God ! behold, my soul 

9. 8 Ah Lord God ! wilt thou destroy all the 
11. 13 Ah Lord God ! wilt thou make a full end 
20. 49 Ah Lord God !.. Doth he not speak 
2.Ah / {grief), nx ach. 

Eze. 21. 15 ah ! (it is) made bright, (it is) wrapped up 
Z.He! he-ah! {malicious joy), nxn he-ach. 

Psa. 35. 25 Ah, so would we have it : let them not 
4.i/o/ (threatening, grief, exhortation), 'in hoi. 
Isa. 1. 4 Ah sinful nation, .laden with iniquity 
1. 24 Ah, I will ease me of mine adversaries 
Jer. 22. 18 saying, Ah my brother ! or. Ah sister ! 
22. 18 saying. Ah Lord ! or, Ah his glory ! 
34. 5 Ah, Lord ! for I have pronounced the 
5.0, ah (derision, insult), ohd oua. 

Mark 15. 29 Ah, thou that destroyest the temple 
AHA — 
He! ('malicious joy), nsstn he-ach. 

Psa. 35. 21 Aha. aha, our eye hath seen (it) 

40. 15 Let them be desolate, .that say. .Aha 
70. 3 Let them be turned, .that say, Alia, aha 
Isa. 44. 16 Aha, I am warm, I have seen the fire 
Eze. 25. 3 thou saidst, Aha, against my sanctuary 
26. 2 Aha, she is broken (that was) the gates 
36. 2 Alia, even the ancient high places are 

AH'-AB, 2xr\x fathers brother (=uncle.) 
1. Son of Omri, and his successor as 7th king of Israel 
(919-897 B.C.) He married Jezebel, daughter of Eth- 
baal, king of the Zidoniaus, and was led by her into 
idolatry and incited to the persecution of the pro- 
phets of Jehovah. The most remarkable incidents in 
his life were his defeating Beuhadad. whom he freely 
dismissed, and his seiziug the vineyard of Naboth. 
During his reign appeared the great prophet Elijah, 
who came into direct collision with Jezebel when she 
attempted to introduce the worship of Baal and the 
goddess Astarte, of whom her father had been a priest 
before he usurped the sovereignty of Tyre, B.C. goo. 
1 Ki. 16. 2S So Omri slept with his fathers, .and A. 

16. 29 in the thirty and eighth year, .began A. 

16. 29 and A. the son of Omri rei^ued over 

16. 30 And A. the son of Omri did evil in the 

16. 33 And A. made a grove 

16. 33 and A. did more to provoke the Lord 

17. 1 And Elijah, .said uuto A., (As) the Lord 



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21. 



i Ki. 18. i Go, shew thyself unto A. ; and I will send 
18. 2 Ami Elijah went to shew himself unto A. 
18. 3 And A. called Obadiah, which ^was) the 
18. 5 And A. said unto Obadiah, Go into the 
1 8. 6 A. went one way by himself, and 
18. q wouldst deliver, .into the hand of A. 
18. i2 when I corae and tell A., and he cannot 
i3. 16 So Obadiah went to meet A., and told 
iS. 16 and A. went to meet Elijah 
i3. 17 it came to pass, when A. saw Elijah 
jS. 17 that A. said uuto him, (Art) thou he that 
18. 20 So A. sent unto all the children of Israel 
iS. 41 And Elijah said unto A., Get thee up, eat 
18. 42 So A. went up to eat and to drink 
i3. 44 And he said, Go up, say unto A., Prepare 
18. 45 And A. rode, and went to Jezreel 

18. 46 Elijah, .ran before A. to the entrance of 

19. 1 And A. told Jezebel all that Elijah had 

20. 2 And he sent messengers to A. king of 
20. 13 behold, there came a prophet unto A. 

20. 14 And A. said, By whom ? And he said 

21. 1 had a vineyard . . hard by the palace of A. 
21. 2 And A. spake unto Naboth, saying, Give 
21. 3 And Naboth said to A., The LORD forbid 
21. 4 And A. came into bis house heavy and 

8 So she wrote letters in A.'s name, and 

15 Jezebel said to A., Arise, take possession 

16 And it came to pass, when A. heard that 
16 A. rose up to go down to the vineyard of 
18 Arise, go down to meet A. king of Israel 

20 And A. said to Elijah, Hast thou found 

21 Behold, I. .will cut off from A. him that 

24 Him that dieth of A. in the city 

25 But there was none like unto A. 
27 And it came to pass, when A. heard those 
29 Seest thou how A. humbleth himself 
20 the Lord said, Who shall persuade A. 

39 Now the rest of the acts of A., and all that 

40 So A. slept with his fathers ; and Ahaziah 

41 began to reign, .in the fourth year of A. 
49 Then said Ahaziah the son of A. unto 
51 Ahaziah the son of A. began to 

1 Moab rebelled, .after the death of A. 
1 Now Jehoram the son of A. began to 

5 But it came to pass, when A. was dead 

16 in the fifth year of Joram the son of A. 
1 3 And he walked, .as did the house of A. 
1 3 for the daughter of A. was his wife 
25 the twelfth year of Joram the sou of A. 

27 he walked in the way of the house of A. 
2 7 the house of A. . . the h. of A. . . the h. of A. 

28 And he went with Joram the son of A. 

29 Ahaziah . . went . . to see . . the son of A. 

7 And thou shalt smite the house of A. 

8 For the whole house of A. shall perish 

8 and I will cut off from A. him that pisseth 

9 And I will make the house of A. like the 
25 when I and thou rode together after A. 

29 eleventh year of Joram the sou of A. 
1 And A. had seventy sons in Samaria 
1 wrote, .to them that brought up A.'s 

10 which the Lord spake concerning the . . A. 

11 Jehu slew all that remained of . . A. 

17 slew all that remained unto A. in Samaria 

18 A. served Baal a little ; (but) Jehu shall 

30 thou, .hast done unto the house of A. 
3 and made a grove, as did A. king of Israel 

13 and the plummet of the house of A. 

1 Now Jehoshaphat . . joined affinity with A. 

2 after (certain) years he went down to A. 

2 And A. killed sheep and oxen for him in 

3 And A. king of Israel said unto Jehosha. 

19 the Lord said, Who shall entice A. king 

6 he walked, .like as did the house of A. 
6 for he had the daughter of A. to wife 

21. 13 like to the whoredoms of the house of A. 

22. 3 He . . walked in the ways of the house of A. 
22. 4 Wherefore he did evil, .like the house of A. 
22. 5 He. .went with Jehoram the son of A. 
22. 6 Azariah. .wentdown to see. .the son of A. 
22. 7 whomtheLoRDhadanointedtocutoff. .A. 
22. 8 Jehu was executing judgment upon. .A. 

Mic. 6. 16 and all the works of the house of A. 

2. A false prophet who was in Babylon during the early 
part of the exile, but was put to death by Nebuchad- 
nezzar, B.C. 600. 

Jer. 29. 21 Thus saith the Lord of hosts, .of A. the 
29. 22 make thee like Zedekiah and like A. 

A-HA'-KAH, rnrm brother of Rack, or after a brother. 
Third son of Benjamin, elsewhere called Ehi, Ahiram, 
and Vher, B.C. 1700. 

1 Ch. 3. 1 begat Bela his firstborn, .and A. the 

A-HAR'-HEL, Srnnss brother of Rachel \vr Qfter might. 

Sun of Harum, a descendant of Judah through Caleb, 
1 of Hur, u.o. 1430. 

1 Ch. 4. 8 And Coz begat., the families of A. the 
A-EA'-SAI.'inx my holder, protector. 
A priest of the family of Immer, some of whom dwelt 
in Jerusalem after the exile, B.C. 445. 

Nfeu.li. 13 Amaahai the son of Azareel. the son of A. 
A-HAS'-BAI, '3Cn*« blooming, ahining. 

• tii ir<ofone«f Davids valiant mem, whose family had 
been early settled at Maachah, B.C. 1080. 

2Sa. 23. 34 [<>f the thirty].. Eliphclet.. sou of A. 



21. 

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A-EAS-TT-E'-RTTS, B'hlB'rjN Mug. 

1. A king of Persia (529-521 B.C) ; was the Cambyses of 
profane history. 

Ezra 4. 6 And in the reign of A., in the beginning 

2. The father of Darius the Mede, or Astyages (594 B.C.) 

Dan. 9. 1 In the first year of Darius the son 01 A. 

3. Xerxes, the son of Darius Hystaspis (4S5 B.C.) 

Esth. 1. 1 came to pass in the days of A., (this (is) A. 
1. 2 when the king A. sat on the tlirone of his 
1. 9 royal house which (belonged) to king A. 
1. 10 chamberlaius that served . . presence of A. 
1. 15 not performed the commandment of. .A. 
1. 16 in all the provinces of the king A. 
1. 17 The king A. commanded Vashti the 

1. 19 that Vashti come no more before king A. 

2. 1 when the wrath of king A. was appeased 
2. 12 every maid's turn, .to go in to king A. 

2 16 So Esther was taken unto king A. into 

2. 21 Bigthan. .sought to lay hand on. .A. 

3. 1 After these things did king A. promote 
3. 6 throughout the whole kingdom of king A. 
3. 7 in the twelfth year of king A., they cast 
3. 8 And Haman said unto king A., There is a 
3. 12 in the name of king A. was it written 

6. 2 who sought to lay hand on the king A. 

7. 5 Then the king A. answered and said unto 

8. 1 On that day did the king A. give the 
8. 7 Then the king A. said unto Esther the 
8. 10 And he wrote in the king A.'s name 

8. 12 one day in all the provinces of. .A. 

9. 2 throughout all the provinces of . .A. 
9. 20 in all the provinces of the king A. 

9. 30 to the. .provinces of the kingdom of A. 
10. 1 And the king A. laid a tribute upon the 
10. 3 Mordecai the Jew (was) next unto king A. 
A-HA'-VA, tonx stream. 

A river in the' N.E. of Media near the district of Casi- 
phia ; some think it the same as the A diaba in Adiabene, 
or Hit, due E. of Damascus, on the Euphrates. On a tri- 
butary of this river Ezra assembled the Jews before 
starting on their journey to Jerusalem. Some consider 
the name as applying to a district in the plains of Baby- 
lon. 

Ezra 8. 15 to the river that runneth to A. ; and there 
8. 21 proclaimed a fast there, at the river of A. 

8. 31 Then we departed from the river of A. on 
A'-HAZ, tniy he holds. 

1. Son of Jotham, king of Judah, and father of Heze- 
kiah. He succeeded his father as eleventh king of 
Judah, and reigned sixteen years (740-724 B.C.) 

2KL 15. 38 And Jotham slept., and A. his son reigned 
16. 1 A. the son of Jotham king of Judah began 
16. 2 Twenty years old (was) A. when he began 
16. 5 and they besieged A., but could not 
16. 7 So A. sent messengers to Tiglath-pileser 
16. 8 And A. took the silver and gold that was 
16. 10 And king A. went to Damascus to meet 
16. 10 and king A. sent to Urijah the priest the 
16. 11 an altar according to all that king A. 
16. 11 the priest made (it) against king A., came 
16. 15 And king A. commanded Urijah the priest 
16. 16 according to all that king A. commanded 
16. 17 And king A. cut off the borders of the 
16. 19 Now the rest of the acts of A. which he 

16. 20 And A. slept with his fathers, and was 

17. 1 In the twelfth year of A. king of Judah 

18. 1 Hezekiah the son of A. king of Judah 
20. 11 which it had gone down in the dial of A. 
23. 12 on the top of the upper chamber of A. 

1 Ch. 3. 13 A. his son, Hezekiah his son, Manasseh 

9. 42 And A. begat Jarah ; aud Jarah begat 
2CI1. 27. 9 Jotham slept, .and A. his son reigned in 

28. 1 A. (was) twenty years old when he began 
28. 16 At that time did king A. send unto the 
28. 19 the Lord brought Judah low because of A. 
28. 21 For A. took away a portion (out) of the 
28. 22 this (is that) king A. 
28. 24 And A. gathered together the vessels of 

28. 27 And A. slept with his fathers, and they 

29. 19 Moreover all the vessels, which king A. 
Isa. 1. 1 The vision of Isaiah, .in the days of. .A. 

7. 1 And it came to pass in the days of A. 
7. 3 Go forth now to meet A., thou, and 
7. 10 Moreover the Lord spake again unto A. 

7. 12 But A. said, I will not ask, neither will I 
14. 28 In the year that king A. died was this 
38. 8 which is gone down in the sun dial of A. 

Hos. 1. 1 The word of the Lord . . in the days of . . A . 
Mic. 1. 1 The word of the Lord, .in the days of. .A. 

2. A Benjamite, of the family of Saul. 

1 Ch. 8. 35 And the sons of Micah (were). .A. 

8. 36 And A begat Jehoadah ; and Jehoadah 

9. 41 And the sons of Micah (were. .A.) 

9. 42 And A. begat Jarah ; and Jarah begat 

A-HAZ-I'AH, ^ip.x rrMns* Jah holds, possesses. 

1. A son of Ahab, who succeeded as eighth king of Israel 
and reigned two years (896 and 895 B.C.). 

1 Ki. 22. 40 So Ahab slept, .and A. his son reigned 
22. 49 Then said A. the sou of Ahab unto 
22. 51 A. the son of Ahab began to reign over 

2KI 1. 2 And A. fell down through a lattice 

1. 18 Now the rest of the acts of A, which he 

1 Ch. 3. 11 Joram his son, A. his son, Joash his 

2 Ch. 20. 35 did Jehoshaphat. .join himself with A. 

20. 37 Because thou hast joined thyself with A. 

2. A son of Jehoram (or Joram), who succeeded as fifth 
king of Judah. He is also called Jehoahaz and Azariah, 
and reigned only one year (S84 B.C.). 



2 Ki. 8. 24 And Joram slept, .and A. his son reigned 
8. 25 twelfth year of Joram . . did A. . . begin to 
8. 26 Two and twenty years old (was) A. when 

8. 29 And A. . .went down to see Joram the son 

9. 16 And A. king of Judah was come down to 
9. 21 Joram king of Israel and A. king of Judah 
9. 23 Joram. .said to A. . .treachery, O A. 

9. 27 But when A. the king of Judah saw (this) 

9. 29 in the eleventh year of Joram. .began A. 
10. 13 Jehu met with the brethren of A. king of 

10. 13 they answered, We (are) the brethren of A. 

11. 1 when Athaliah the mother of A. saw that 

11. 2 the. .sister of A., took Joash the son of A. 

12. 18 hallowed things that Jehoshaphat. .and A. 

13. 1 three and twentieth year of. .the son of A. 
14. 13 Amaziah . . son of Jehoash the son of A. 

1 Ch. 3. 11 Joram his son, A. his son, Jotham his son 

2 Ch. 22. 1 the inhabitants of Jerusalem made A. 

22. 2 Forty and two years old (was) A. when he 
22. 7 And the destruction of A. was of God by 
22. 8 of the brethren of A. .that ministered to A. 
22. g And he sought A.: and they caught him 
22. 9 So the house of A. had no power to keep 
22. 10 when Athaliah the mother of A. saw 
22. 11 Jehoshabeath. .took Joash the son of A. 
22. 11 Jehoshabeath. .was the sister of A. 

AH'-BAN, linx brother of intelligence. 

Son of Abishur, a descendant of Jerahmeel, grandson of 

Pharez, B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 2. 29 Abihail. .bare him A., and Molid 
A'-HER, "tnN one that is behind. 
A Benjamite (perhaps the same as Ahiraro), "B.C. 1700. 

1 Ch. 7. 12 of Ir, (and) Hushim, the sons of A. 
A'-EI, tin my brother. 

1. A head of the families of Gad, B.C. 1363. 

1 Ch. 5. 15 A, the son of Abdiel, the son of Guni 

2. An Israelite of the tribe of Asher. 

1 Ch. 7. 34 the sons of Shamer ; A., and Kohgah 

A-EI'-AH, n;m : Jah is a brother. 

1. Grandson of Phinehas son of Eli, B.C. 1080. 

1 Sa. 14. 3 And A., the son of Ahitub, I-chabod's 

14. 18 And Saul said unto A., Bring hither 

2. One of Solomon's scribes. 

1 Ki. 4. 3 Elihoreph and A., the sons of Shisha 

3. A descendant of Benjamin, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 8. 7 And Naaman, and A., and Gera 

A-Hl'-AM, DN'nN a mother's brother. 

One of David's thirty mighty men, and son of Sharar 

the Hararite, who, in 1 Ch. 11. 35, is called Sacar, B.C. 

1048. 

2 Sa. 23. 33 A. the son of Sharar the Hararite 
1 Ch. 11. 35 A. the son of Sacar the Hararite 

A-HI'-AN, };i™ brother of day. 

Son of Shemidah, a Manassehite, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 7. 19 the sons of Shemidah were, A., and 

A-HI-EZ-ER, iiynN hetyim/ brother. 

1. A prince of Dan, appointed to assist Moses in num- 
bering the people, B.C. 1491. 

Num. 1. 12 Of Dan ; A. the son of Ammishaddai 

2. 25 of Dan (shall be) A. the son of Ammisha. 
7. 66 On the tenth day A. the son of Aniniisha. 
7. 71 this (was) the offering of A. the son of 

10. 25 and over his host (was) A. the son of 

2. A Danite chief who joined David when lying at Ziklag 
for fear of Saul. 

1 Ch. 12. 3 The chief (was) A., then Joash, the sons of 

A-HI'-ETJD, th'TO brother of honour. 

A prince of Asher, appointed to allocate the land W. of 

the Jordan, B.C. 1491. 

Num.34. 27 of Asher, A., the son of Shelomi 

A-HI'-HTTD, in'riN brother of mystery. 

A Benjamite of the family of Ehud, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 8. 7 he removed them, and begat I : zza, and A. 
A-HI'-JAH, n;nx Jah is brother. 

This name, though variously expressed in the English 
version is the same in every passage in which it oceurs 
in the origiual. See Ahiah. 

1. A prophet, probably of Ephraim, who foretold to 
Jeroboam the revolt of the ten tribes, B.C. 980. 

1 Ki. 11. 29 the prophet A. the Shilonite found him 
" 11. 30 And A. caught the new garment that 
12. 15 which the Lord spake by A. the Shilonite 
14. 2 behold, there (is) A. the prophet, which 
4 to Shiloh, and came to the house of A. 

4 But A. could not see ; for his eyes were 

5 And the Lord said unto A., Behold 

6 And it was (so), when A. heard the sound 

8 by the hand of his servant A. the prophet 

9 which he spake by his servant A. the 
> Ch. 9. 29 and in the prophecy of A. the Shilonite 

io. 15 which he spake by the hand of A. the 

2. Father of Baasha who conspired against Nadab son 
of Jeroboam and reigned in his stead, B.C. 953. 

1 Ki. 15. 27 And Baasha the sou of A., of the house of 

15- 33 began Baasha the son of A. to reign over 
21. 22 like the house of Baasha the son of A. 

2 Ki 9. 9 and like the house of Baasha the son of A. 



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3. Son of Jerahmeel, brother of Caleb (or Chelubai), of 
the tribe of Judah. 

i Ch. 2. 25 and Enuah, and Oren, and Ozeni, (and) A. 

4. One of David's thirty valiant men, B.C. 1050. 

1 Ch. 11. 36 Hepher the Mecherathite, A. the Pelonite 

5. A Levite set over the treasures of the house of God 
in the time of David, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 26. 20 And of the Levites, A. (was) over the 

6. A Levite who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant 
B.C. 445- 

Neli. 10. 26 And A., Hanan, Anan 

A-HI'-KAM, Di2"nK my brother has risen. 

An officer in Josiah's court, the son of Shaphan, who 

was one of the king's officers, B.C. 641. 

2 Ki. 22. 12 and A. the son of Shaphan, and Achbor 

22. 14 So Hilkiah the priest, and A., and Achbor 
25. 22 the son of A., the son of Shaphan, ruler 
2 Ch. 34. 20 the king commanded Hilkiah, and A. the 
Jer. 26. 24 the hand of A. the son of Shaphan was 

39. 14 the son of A. the son of Shaphan, that 

40. 5 the son of A. the sou of Shaphan, whom 
40. 6 the son of A. to Mizpah ; and dwelt with 
40. 7 the son of A. governor in the laud, and 
40. 9 the son of A. the son of Shaphan sware 
40. 11 the son of A. the son of Shaphan 

40. 14 Gedaliah the son of A. believed them not 

40. 16 Gedaliah the son of A. said unto Johanan 

41. 1 unto Gedaliah the son of A. to Mizpah 
41. 2 smote Gedaliah the son of A. the son of 
41. 6 Come to Gedaliah the son of A. 

41. 10 had committed to Gedaliah the son of A. 
41. 16, i3 had slain Gedaliah the son of A. 
43. 6 with Gedaliah the son of A. the son of 

A-HT'-LTJD, i^'nx a brother born. 

An Israelite whose son Jehoshaphat was appointed 

recorder by David, B.C. 1040. 

2 Sa. 8. 16 Jehoshaphat the son of A. (was) recorder 

20. 24 Jehoshaphat the son of A. (was) recorder 
1 Ki. 4. 3 Jehoshaphat the son of A., the recorder 

4. 12 Baana the son of A.; (to him pertained) 
1 Ch. 18. 15 and Jehoshaphat the son of A., recorder 

A-HI-MA'-AZ, \"il&~x powerful brother. 

1. Father of Ahinoam, wife of king Saul, B.C. 1090. 

1 Sa. 14. 50 Ahinoam, the daughter of A.: and 

2. A son of Zadok the priest, who carried tidings to 
David of the proceedings of Absalom, B.C. 1050. 

2 Sa. 15. 27 your two sons with you, A. thy son, and 

15. 36 with them their two sons, A. Zadok's (son) 

17. 17 Jonathan and A. stayed by En-rogel 

17 20 Where (is) A. and Jonathan? And the 
iS. 19 Then said A. the son of Zadok, Let me 

18. 22 Then said A. the son of Zadok yet again 
38. 23 Then A. rau by the way of the plain 

18. 27 is like the running of A. the son of Zadok 
18. 28 And A. called, and said unto the king 
iS. 29 And A. answered, When Joab sent the 
1 Ch. 6. 8 begat Zadok, and Zadok begat A. 

6. 9 And A. begat Azariah, and Azariah begat 
6. S3 Zadok his son, A. his son 
S. One of Solomon's officers who had the charge of 
victualling the king's household for one month in the 
year. B.C. 1015. 

1 Ki. 4. 15 A. (was) in Naphtali ; he also took 
A-HI'-MAN, jirnx brother of Man. 

1. A son of Anak, who dwelt in Hebron, B.C. 1450. 

XU11113. 22 where A., Sheshai, and Tahuai, the 
Josh. 15. 14 sons of Anak, Sheshai, and A., and 
Judg. 1. 10 and they slew Sheshai, and A., and 

2. A Levite porter in the temple, B.C. 1000. 

1 Ch. 9. 17 and Talmon, and A., and their brethren 

A-HI-ME'-LECH, ~Sp'"« brother of the king. 

1. A priest slain in consequence of assisting David when 
he fled from Saul, B.C. 1060. 

1 Sa. 21. 1 Then came David to Nob to A. tlie priest 

21. 1 and A. was afraid at the meetingof David 
zi. 2 And David said unto A. the priest, The 

21. 8 Aud David said unto A., And is there 

22. 9 coming to Nob, to A. the son of Ahitub 
22. 11 Then the king sent to call A. the priest 
22. 14 Then A. answered the king, and said 
22. 16 Thou shalt surely die. A., thou, and all 

22. 20 And one of the sons of A. the son of 

23. 6 when Abiathar the son of A. fled to David 
30. 7 David said to Abiathar the priest, A. '3 

2Sa. 8. i7*and A. the son of Abiathar, (were) the 
1 Ch. 24. 3 and A. of the sons of Ithamar 

24. 6*and A. the son of Abiathar, and (before) 
24. 31 and Zadok, and A., and the chief of the 

Psa. 52. title. David is come to the house of A. 
* [The names iu these verses are supposed to have 
been transposed by a copyist.] 

2. A Hittite officer in the service of David, B.C. 1048. 

1 Sa. 26. 6 Then answered David and said to A. the 
A-HI'-MOTH, ;v£\-x brother of death. 
Son of Elkanah, a descendant of Kohath son of Levi. 

1 Ch. 6. 25 the sons of Elkanah ; Amasai, and A. 

A-HT-NA'DAB, 3-irrx brother of liberal if". 

Son of Iddo, and one of Solomon's twelve purveyors, 

B.C. 1015. 

1 Ki. 4. 14 A. the son of Iddo (had) Mahanaini 



A-HI-NO'-AM, cj^'rix ]}leasant brother. 

1. Wife of Saul first king of Israel, B.C. 1090. 

1 Sa. 14. 50 the name of Saul's wife (was) A., the 

2. A woman of Jezreel who became wife of David during 
his wandering, and went with him and his other wife, 
Abigail, to the court of Achish in Gath. She was mother 
of Aniuon, David's eldest son, B.C. 1060. 

1 Sa. 25. 43 David also took A. of Jezreel ; and they 

27. 3 withhistwowives.A.the Jezreelitess, and 
30. 5 were taken captives, A. tl.2 Jezreelitess 

2 Sa. 2. 2 and his two wives also, A. the Jezreelitess 

3. 2 his firstborn was Amnon, of A. the 

1 Ch. 3. 1 the firstborn Amnon, of A. the JezreeUtess 

A-EI'-O, vox his brother. 

1. Son of Abinadab, in whose house the ark of God re- 
mained for twenty years after being sent back by the 
Philistines, B.C. 1045. 

2 Sa. 6. 3 And (.'zzah and A., the sons of Abinadab 

6. 4 the ark of God, and A. went before the 

1 Ch. 13. 7 of Abinadab : and Uzza and A. drave the 

2. An Israelite of the tribe of Benjamin. 

1 Ch. 8. 14 And A., Shashak, and Jeremoth. 

3. A Benjamite of the Gibeon family from winch Saul 
sprang. 

1 Ch. 8. 31 And Gedor, and A., and Zacher 

9. 37 And Gedor, and A., and Zechariah 

A-Hf-KA, jrrnx brother of evil. 

A chief of Naphtali when Moses took the census shortly 

alter the exodus, B.C. 1491. 

Num. 1. 15 Of Naphtali ; A. the son of Enan 

2. 29 of Naphtali (shall be) A. the son of Enan 

7. 78 On the twelfth day A. the son of Enan 
7. 83 this (was) the offering of A. the son of 

10. 27 the children of Naphtali (was) A. the son 

A-HI-RAM, C"ynx exalted brother. 
A Benjamite from whom a family was named. He is 
called Ehi in Gen. 46. 21, and is supposed to he the same 
as the Aher of 1. Ch. 7. 12. B.C. 1680. 

NuTO.26. 38 of A., the family of the Ahiramites 
A-HI-KAM'-ITE, "P"?™* belonging to Ahiram. 
The Ahiramites were an Israelite family. 

Nuin26. 38 Ashbelites:of Ahiram, thefamilyoftheA. 
A-HI-SA'-MACH, ~?D'nx_ supporting brother. 
Father of Aholiab, a Dahite B.C. 1500. 

E.\od3i. 6 with him Aholiab, the son of A., of the 
35. 34 Aholiab the son of A., of the tribe of Dan 
38. 23 Aholiab, son of A., of the tribe of Dan 

A-HI-SHA'-HAE, "in?>'nx brother of the damn. 
Son of Bilhau and grandson of Benjamin, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 7. 10 The sons also of JediaeL.Zethan. .and A. 
A-HI'-SHAR, Tf-nx brother of song. 
Controller of Solomon's household, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ki. 4. 6 And A. (was) over the household : and 

A-HX-THO'-PHEL, *?ErrnK foolish brother. 
A native of Giloh in the highlands of Judah, and privy 
counsellor to David ; but joined A.bsalom, and then 
hanged himself, B.C. 1023. 

2 Sa. 15. 12 And Absalom sent for A. the Gilonite 

15. 31 And(one)toldDavid, saying, A.(is)among 
15. 31 turn the counsel of A. into foolishness 

15. 34 mayest thou, .defeat the counsel of A. 

16. 15 came to Jerusalem, and A. with him 
16. 20 Then said Absalom to A., Give counsel 
16. 21 And A. said unto Absalom, Go in unto 
16. 23 And the counsel of A., winch he 

16. 23 so (was) all the counsel of A., both v ith 

17. 1 Moreover A. said unto Absalom, Let 

17. 6 saying, A. hath spoken after this manner 
17. 7 The counsel that A. hath given (is) not 
17. 14 counsel, .(is)betterthan the counsel of A. 
17. 14 to defeat the. .counsel of A., to the intent 
17. 15 Thus and thus did A. counsel Absalom 
17. 21 for thus hath A. counselled against you 

17. 23 And when A. saw that Ins counsel was 
23. 34 Eliam the son of A. the Gilonite 

1 Ch. 27. 33 And A. (was) the king's counsellor 

27. 34 And after A. (was) Jehoiada the son of 

A-HI'-TUB, mtrnx a good brother. 

1. Son of Phinehas, and grandson of Eli, B.C. 1100. 

1 Sa. 14. 3 the son of A., I-chabod's brother, the son 

22. 9 comingtoNob, to Ahimelech the son of A. 
22. 11 to call Ahimelech the priest, the son of A. 
22. 12 And Saul said, Hear now, thou son of A. 
22. 20 of Ahimelech the son of A., named 

2. Father of Zadok the high-priest in the time of David, 
B.C. 1060. Perhaps the same as No. r. 

2 Sa. 8. 17 And Zadok the son of A., and Ahimelech 
1 Ch. 6. 7 and Amariah begat A. 

6. 8 And A. begat Zadok, and Zadok begat 
6. 52 Amariah his son, A. his son 

18. 16 And Zadok the son of A., and 
Ezra 7. 2 the son of Zadok, the son of A. 

3. Another priest, in the 7th generation after No. 2, 
B.C. 758. 

1 Ch. 6. 11 begat Amariah, and Amariah begat A. 

6. 12 A. begat Zadok, and Zadok begat Shallum 

4. Another priest, progenitor of Seraiah, and ruler of the 
house of God in the time of Nehemiah. 

1 Ch. 9. 11 son of A., the ruler of the house of God 
Neh. 11. 11 the son of Meraioth, the son of A. 



AH'-LAB, 3^flK fruitful place. 

A city of Astier from which the C'anaanites were not 

driven o"Qt. 

Judg. 1. 31 nor the inhabitants of Zidon, nor of A. 
AH'-LAI, '^mX Jah is staying. 

1. A daughter of Sheshan, a descendant of Pharez, B.C. 
1430. 

1 Ch. 2. 31 And the children of Sheshan ; A. 

2. Father of one of David's thirty valiant men, B.C. 1050. 

1 Ch. 11. 41 Uriah the Hittite, Zabad the son of A. 
A-HO'-AH, ninx a brother's reed. 
Son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin, B.C. 1650. 

1 Ch. 8. 4 Abishua, and Naaman, and A. 
A-EO-EITE, *-inS belonging to A ho ah. , 

1. A patronymic derived from Ahoah, a grandson of 
Benjamin. 

2Sa. 23. 28 ZalmontheA.,Maharai the Netophathite 

1 Ch. 11. 12 Eleazar the son of Dodo, the A., who 

11. 29 Ilai the A. 

27. 4 the second month (was) Dcdai an A. 

2. This word occurs in the common version of 2 Sa. 23. a, 
but in the original the expression used is Ben Ahohi 
" son of Ahohi," which thus seems to be a proper 
name, not a patronymic. B.C. 1650. 

2 Sa. 23. 9 (was) Eleazar the son of Dodo the A. 
A-HO'-LAH, nSnx her own tent. 

A symbolic name for Samaria and the ten tribes. 

Eze. 23. 4 And the names of them (were) A. the elder 
23. 4 Thus (were) their names ; Samaria (is) A. 
23. 5 And A. played the harlot when she was 
23. 36 Son of man, wilt thou judge A. and 
23. 44 went they in unto A. and untoAholibah 

A-HO-LI'-AB, nx-'prix a father's tent. 

A Danite, in the time of Moses, appointed by God to 

work with Bezaleel in preparing the tabernacle, B.C. 

1490. 

Exod3i. 6 I have given with him A., the son of 

35- 34 (both) he, and A., the son of Ahisamach 
36. 1 Then wrought Bezaleel and A., and every 
36. 2 And Moses called Bezaleel and A., and 

35. 23 And with him(was) A., son of Ahisamach 
A-H0-LI'-3AE, nzr'pnx my tent (is) in her. 

A symbolic name for Judah and Jerusalem. 
Eze. 23. 4 A. her sister : and they were mine 

23. 4 Samaria (is) Aholah, and Jerusalem A. 

23. 11 when her sister A. saw (this), she 

23. 22 Therefore, OAholibah, thus saith the Lord 

23. 36 wilt thou judge Aholah and A. ? 

23. 44 so went they in unto Aholah ar,d unto A. 

A-HO-LI-BA'-SLAH, .T^nx tent of the high place. 

1. Granddaughter 01 Gideon theHivite, and wife of Esau. 
She is called Judith in Gen. 26. 34. B.C. 1760. 

Gen. 36. 2 A. the daughter of Anah the daughter of 

36. 5 And A. bare Jeush, and Jaalam, and 

36. 14 these were the sons of A., the daughter of 
36. 18 And these (are) the sons of A. Esau's wife 
36. iS these (were) the dukes (that) came of A. 
36. 25 Dishon, and A. the daughter of Anah 

2. A chief that sprang from Esau, B.C. 1470. 

Gen. 36. 41 Duke A., duke Elan, duke Pinon 

1 Ch. 1. 52 Duke A., duke Elah, duke Pinon 
A-ETJ'-MAI, ^'n^ lieated by Jah. 
Grandson of Shobal, son of Judah, B.C. 1380. 

1 Ch. 4. 2 begat Jahath ; and Jahath begat A. 
A-ETJ'-ZAM, L]~:i a holding fast. 
A son of Ashur, a descendant of Judah through Caleb 
son of Kur, B.C. 1500. 

1 Ch. 4. 6 And Naarah bare him A., and Hepher 
A-HTJZ'-ZATH, njnx holding fast. 
A friend of Abimelech, king of the Philistines in the 
time of Isaac, B.C. 1804. 

Gen. 26, 26 Abimelech went to him. .and A. one of 
A'-I, 'yn "yrr the heap. 

A city near Bethel, and about 10 miles N. of Jerusalem, 
within the territory of Benjamin. See ^.-1 iath, A ija, and 
Hai, other forms of the name. Its modern name is Et 
Tec!, " the heap." 

Josh. 7. 2 Joshua sent men from Jericho to A. 
7. 2 And the men went up and viewed A. 
7. 3 three thousand men, go up and smite A. 
7. 4 they Red before the men of A. 

7. 5 And the men of A. smote of them about 

8. 1 go up to A.: see, I have given into thy 
8. 1 the king of A., and his people, aud his 
8. 2 And thou shalt do to A. and her king 
8. 3 So Joshua arose, .to go up against A. 
8. 9 and abode between Beth-el and A. 

8. 9 on the west side of A. : but Joshua 
8. 10 elders of Israel, before the people to A. 
8. 11 side of A... a valley between them and A. 
8. 12 in ambush between Bethel and A. 
8. 14 when the king of A. saw (it), that they 
8. i6*all the people that (were) in A. were 
8. 17 there was not a man left in A. or 
8. 18 spear that (is) in thy hand toward A. 
8. 20 And when the men of A. looked 
8. 21 turned again, and slew the men of A. 
8. 23 And the king of A. they took alive, and 
8. 24 slaying all the inhabitants of A. 
8. 24 all the Israelites returned unto A. 
[* The Hebrew text has " in the city."] 



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Jc ~h. 8. 25 twelve thousand, .all the men of A. 
8. 26 destroyed all the inhabitants of A. 
8. 28 And Joshua burnt A., and made it 

8. 29 And the king of A. he hanged on a tree 

9. 3 Joshua had done unto Jericho and to A. 
10. 1 when, .heard how Joshua had taken A. 
10. 1 so he had done to A. and her king 

10. 2 because it (was) greater than A., and all 
12. 9 the king of A., which (is) beside Beth-el 
Ezra 2. 28 The men of Beth-el and A., two hundred 
Neh. 7. 32 The men of Beth-el and A., an hundred 
Jer. 49. 3*Howl, O Heshbon, for A. is spoiled : cry 
[* Here the article is omitted.] 

A'-IAH, A'-JAH, jtn a vulture. 

1. Son of Zibeon, son of Seir the Horite, B.C. 1500. 

Gen. 36. 24 these (are) the children of Zibeon; both A. 

1 Ch. 1. 40 And the sons of Zibeon ; A., and Anah 

2. The father of Rizpah, Saul's concubine, B.C. 1050. 

2 Sa. 3. 7 name (was) Rizpah, the daughter of A. 

21. £ two sons of Rizpah the daughter of A. 
21. 10 And Rizpah the daughter of A. took 
21. 11 what Rizpali the daughter of A., the 
AI'-ATH, n;y a heap, a ruin. 

The feminine form of Ai, but it is not certain that it 
applies to the same place. 

Isa. 10. 28 He is come to A., lie is passed to 
AID, to — 
To strengthen, pin chazeq, 3. 

Judg. 9. 24 men of Shechem. .aided him in the 
AI'-JA, ay_ a heap, a ruin. 
One of the forms of Ai. 

Neb. 11. 31 (dwelt) at Michmash, and A., and Bcth-el 
AI-JA'-LON, A-JA'-LON, fb% 

1. The name of a valley in Dan. 

Josh 10. 12 and thou, Moon, in the valley of A. 

2. A Levitical town in Dan, so called from its situation 
in or near the valley of Ajalon. 

Josh. 19. 42 And Shaalabbin, and A., and 

21. 24 A. with her suburbs, Gath-rimmon with 
Judg 1. 35 Amorites. .dwell in mount Heres in A. 

3. A place in the tribe of Zebulun. 

Judg 12. 12 and was buried in A. in the country of 

4. A town in Benjamin or Judah, or perhaps identical 
with Ajalon in Dan. 

1 Sa. 14. 31 smote the Philistines that day. .to A. 

1 Ch. 8. 13 fathers of the inhabitants of A. 

2 Ch. 11. 10 And Zorah, and A. . .which (are) in Judah 

28. 18 and had taken Beth-shemesh, and A., and 

5. A Levitical city in Ephraim, probably the same as No. 2. 

1 Ch. 6. 69 A. with her suburbs, and Gath-rimmon 
AI-JE-LETH SHA'-HAR — 
Hind of the morning, vic> n?>N ay-ye-leth Shachar. 

Psa. 22. title. To the chief musician upon A. S. 
AIL, to — 
What to thee ? 37 "no mah-leha. 

Gen. 21. 17 What aileth thee, Hagar? fear 

Judg 18. 23 What aileth thee, that thou comest with 

1 Sa. 11. 5 What (aileth) the people that they weep '? 

2 Sa. 14. 5 Whataileth thee?. .I(ain)indeed a widow 
2 Ki. 6. 28 What aileth thee?, .she answered. .Give 
Psa.114. 5 What (ailed) thee, O thou sea, that thou 
Isa. 22. 1 What aileth thee now, that thou art 

A'-IN, i*y py a {natural) fountain. 

1. A place in the N.E. of Caanan, between Riblah and 
the Sea of C'hinnereth. 

Num. 34. 11 Shepham to Riblah, on the east side of A. 

2. A Levitical city in Simeon, at first belonging to Judah. 

Josh.15. 32 Lebaoth, and Shilhim, and A., and 
ig. 7 A., Remmon, and Ether, and Ashan 
21. 16 And A. with her,suburbs, and Juttah 

1 Ch. 4. 32 Etam, and A., Riinmon, and Tochen 

Ant — 

l.Air, wind, rrti ritach. 

Job. 41. 16 no air can come between them 
2. Heaven, tr^ shamayim. 

Gen. 1. 26 have dominion over the . .fowl of the air 
1. 28 have dominion over the. .fowl of the air 

1. 30 to every fowl of the air 

2. 19 Lord God formed every . .fowl of the air 
2. 20 gave names to. .the fowl of the air 

6. 7 I will destroy . .the fowls of the air 

7. 3 fowls also of the air by sevens . . the male 
0. 2 the fear, .upon every fowl of the air 

Deut. 4. 17 winged fowl that flieth in the air 

28. 26 shall be meat unto all fowls of the air 

i Sa. 17. 44 give thy flesh unto the fowls of the air 
17. 46 I will give, .unto the fowls of the air 

2 3a. 21. 10 suffered neither the birds of the air to rest 
1 Ki. 14. 11 him that dieth . .the fowls of the air 

16. 4 shall the fowls of the air eat 

21. 24 Him that dieth . .the fowls of the air cat 
Job 12. 7 ask. .the fowls of the air, and they shall 

28. 21 it is.. kept close from the fowls of the air 
P3fl. 8. 8 The tow] of the air, and the fish of the sea 
1'niv. jo. 19 Tin- way of .in eagle in the air 
Eccl. [o. 20 a bird of the air shall carry the voice 
V.. Air, atmosphere, a-ijp aer. 

Acts 22. 23 and threw dust into the fair] 
1 Co. 9. 26 not as one that beateth the air 

14. 9 for ye shall speak into the air 



Eph. 2. 2 to the prince of the power of the air 
1 Th. 4. 17 to meet the Lord in the air : and so shall 
Rev. 9. 2 and the sun and the air were darkened 
16. 17 poured out his vial into the air 

4. Heaven, obpavos ouranos. 

Matt. 6. 26 Behold the fowls of the air : for they sow 

8. 20 and the birds of the air (have) nests 

1 3. 32 so that the birds of the air come and lodge 
Mark 4. 4 and the fowls of the [air]., and devoured it 

4. 32 so that the fowls of the air may lodge 
Luke 8. 5 and the fowls of the air devoured it 

9. 58 Foxes have holes, and birds of the air 
13. 19 and the fowls of the air lodged in the 

Acts 10. 12 creeping things, and fowls of the air 

11. 6 creeping things, and fowls of the air 

A'-KAN or JA'-KAN, Jj% acute, twisted. 
Son of Ezer, son of Seir the Horite, B.C. 1780. 

Gen. 36. 27 (are) these ; Bilhan, and Zaavan, and A. 

1 Ch. 1. 42 sons of Ezer; Bilhan, and Zavan, (and) J. 

AK'-KTJB, 39pa lain in wait. 

1. Son of Elioenai, of the family of David. 

1 Ch. 3. 24 and Eliashib, and Pelaiah, and A., and 

2. A porter in the second temple. 

1 Ch. 9. 17 the porters (were), Shallum, and A., and 
Neh. 11. 19 Moreover the porters, A., Tahnon, and 

12. 25 Talmon, A., (were) porters keeping the 

3. A family of hereditary porters in the temple. 

Ezra 2. 42 children of A., the children of Hatita 
Neh. 7. 45 children of A., the children of Hatita 

4. The chief of a family of the Nethiuim who came up 
to Jerusalem after the exile. 

Ezra 2. 45 the children of Hagabah . .children of A. 

5. A priest employed by Ezra to make the people 
understand the law when it was read to them. 

Neh. 8. 7 Jamin, A., Shabbethai, Hodijah, M. 

AK-RAB'-BIM, D s 3-]py curves or scorpions. 
An ascent from the S. of the Salt Sea, curving eastward 
near Kadesh Barnea, along which the S. border of 
Canaan was traced, now called Kuikes-Sufa. 

Nuni34. 4. to the ascent of A., and pass on to Zin 
Josh.15. 3- ^ went out to the south side to M.-ac. 

ALABASTER BOX — 

Alabaster, a\afiao~T pov alabastron. 

Matt 26. 7 a woman having an alabaster box 
Mark 14. 3 a woman having an alabaster box 
Luke 7. 37 brought an alabaster box of ointment 

A LA'-METH, ni?Vj; youthful vigour. 
Son of Becher, and grandson of Benjamin, B.C. 1650. 
1 Ch. 7. 8 Jerimoth, and Abiah, and Auathoth. .A. 

A-LAM-ME'-LECH', 3^g the ling's oak. 
A town in Asher, marked now by the Wady-el-Melek, a 
small stream running into the Kishon, 6 miles inland 
from Hhaiffa. 

Josh. 19. 26 And A., and Amad, and Mishael; and 

A-LA'-MOTH, nis^y, soprano or treble. 
A term derived from Ahnah "a virgin," in reference 
to the higher pitch of her voice when compared with 
that of an adult male's. 

1 Ch. 15. 20 and Benaiah, with psalteries on A. 

Psa. 46. title, for the sons of Korah, A Song upon A. 

ALARM — 

Shout {of jubilee or battle), *nynn teruah. 

Num 10. 5 When ye blow an alarm, .parts shall go 
10. 6 When ye blow an alarm the second time 

10. 6 they shall blow an alarm for their 
Jer. 4. 19 the sound of the trumpet, the alarm 

49. 2 I will cause an alarm of war to be heard 
Zeph. 1. 16 clay of.. alarm against the fenced cities 
iSee also Blow, cry, sound. ] 

ALAS — 

l.Ahal {complaint) nns* ahah. 

Josh. 7. 7 Joshua saidj Alas, LORD God 
Judg. 6. 22 Gideon said, Alas ! Lord God I 

11. 35 Alas, my daughter ! thou hast brought 

2 Ki. 3. 10 Alas ! that the Lord hath called these 

6. s Alas, master ! for it was borrowed 
6. 15 Alas, my master ! how shall we do? 

Joel 1. 15 Alas . . for the day of the Lord (is) at hand 
2.0, oh! {grief) 'IX 0. 

Num 24. 23 Alas, who shall live when God doeththis ! 
Z.Ahl {grief) nu ach. 

Eze. 6. 11 Alas for all the evil abominations of the 
\.f pray thee, *2 bi. 

Num 12. 11 Alas, my lord, .lay not the sin upon us 
5. Exhortation, grief threatening, '"\r\ho. 

Amos 5. 16 say in all the highways, Alas ! alas ! 
G. Exhort \a (/<><>, grief, threatening, 'in ftoi. 

1 Ki. 13. 30 they mourned over him, (saying), Alas, my 

Jer. 30 7 Alas! for that day (is) great.. none (is) like 
7. IVo, oval OUai. 

Rev. 18. 10 savin?, Alas, alas that great city Babylon 
18. 16 And saying, Alas, alas that great city 
18. 19 Alas, alas that great city, wherein were 
ALBEIT — 
Th<>t, 'Iva. hina. 

I'hm. 19 albeit I do not say to thee how thou owest 



A-LE'-METH, nD^ n£^y hiding j?race. 

1. A Levitical city of benjamin. 

1 Ch. 6. 6o'and A. with her suburbs, and Auathoth 

2, A descendant of Jonathan, son of Saul. 

1 Ch. 8. 36 and Jehoadah begat A., and Azmaveth 
9. 42 and Jarah begat A., and Azmaveth 
A-LEX-AN'-DER, 'AX^avdpos helper of man. 

1. Son of Simon the Cyrenian who was compelled to 
carry the cross of Jesus. 

Markis. 21 the father of A. and Rufus, to bear bis 

2. A leading man in Jerusalem when Peter and John 
were apprehended, a.d. 33. 

Acts 4. 6 and John, and A., and as many as were of 

3. A convert who was with Paul when the Ephesian-s 
raised a tumult ; perhaps the same as No. 1. 

Acts 19. 33 And they drew A. out of. .And A. 

4. A convert who afterwards apostatised. 

1 Ti. 1. 20 Of whom is Hymeneus and A, ; whom I 

5. A person who opposed Paul, perhaps the same as 
No. 4. 

2 Ti. 4. 14 A. the coppersmith did me much evil 
A-LEX-AN-DRI-A, y A\e^afSpevs of Alexander. 

A city in Egypt, founded by Alexander the Great, B.C. 
332, near the W. branch of the Nile where it flows into 
the Mediterranean. It was long one of the most 
celebrated cities in the world, the metropolis of Egypt 
as well as a grand seat of commerce and wealth. Jews 
dwelt in it in great numbers. The modern city is built 
on the ruins of the ancient one, about 125 miles N. of 
Cairo. It is still the seat of extensive commerce, and 
has nearly 50,000 of a population. 

Acts 6. 9 certain of the synagogue . . of the . .A. 

18. 24 born at A. f an eloquent man, (and)mighty 

27. 6 the centurion found a ship of A. sailing 

28. 11 we departed in a ship of A., which had 
ALGUM trees - 

A cosily wood, D'CrtinN aJgummim. 

2 Ch. 2. 8 Send me also . . algum trees, out of Leba. 
9. 10 the servants.. brought algum trees 
9. 11 the king made (of) the algum trees 
AL'-IAH or AL'-VAH, iT^y m^y sublimity. 
A duke of Edom, descended from Esau. 

Gen. 36. 40 the names of the dukes, .of Esau, .duke A. 
1 Ch. 1. 51 dukes of Edom were ; duke Timnah. .A. 

AL'-IAN, or AL'-VAN, ];Sy fJ^JJ sublime. 
A son of Shobal, a descendant of Seir. 

Gen. 36. 23 the children of Shobal (were) these ; A. 

1 Ch. 1. 40 The sons of Shobal ; A., and Manahath 
ALLEN — 
1. Sojourner, "la ger. 

Exod 18. 3 I have been an alien in a strange land 
^.Unknown, T3j nekar. 

Isa. 61. 5 sons of the alien (shall be) your plowmen 
3. Unknoion, *"pj nokri. 

Deuti4. 21 thou mayest sell it unto au alien 

Job 19. 15 I am an alien in their sight 

Psa. 69. 8 I am . .an alien unto my mother's children. 

Lam. 5. 2 to strangers, our houses to aliens 
4. Belonging to others, aWorptos allotrios. 

Heb. 11. 34 turned.. the armies of the aliens 
ALLEN, to be — 
To allot to others, alienate, k-wa.WoTpi6u>. 

Eph. 2. 12 being aliens from the commonwealth of 
ALIENATE, to — 
l.To 2^ass over, isy ahar. 

Eze. 48. 14 they shall not. .alienate the first-fruits 
'2. To cause to pass over, *ny ahar, 5. 

Eze. 48. 14 they shall not. .alienate the first-fruits 
3. To give to others, a-xaWoTptSu} ajnrflotrioo. 

Eph. 4. 18 the understanding, .being alienated from 

Col. 1. 21 you, that were sometime alienated 
ALLENATED, to be — 
l.To be disjointed, I'p; yaqa. 

Eze 23. 17 her mind was alienated from them 
23. 18 my mind was alienated from her 
'l.To be disjointed, ypi naqa. 

Eze. 23. 18 my mind was alienated from her sister 
23. 22 from whom thy mind is alienated 
23. 2S from whom thy mind is alienated 
ALIKE — 
l.One, "inx echad. 

Eccl. 11. 6 whether they botli (shall be) alike good 
2.As, just as, it^ws kaasher. 

Eccl. 9. 2 All (things come) alike to all 
3. Also, even, ca gam. 

Prov.20. 10 both of them (are) alike abomination to 
4. Together, in;. 

Deuti2. 22 and the clean shall eat (of) them alike 
15. 22 the clean (person shall eat it) aiike 

i Sa. 30. 24 his part (be), .they shall part alike 

Job 21. 26 They shall lie down alike in the dust 

Psa. 33. 15 He fashiuneth their hearts alike 
ALIKE, to be — 
To be or show oneself equal, trw shavah, 8. 

Pi'ov. 27. 15 and a contentious woman are alike 



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ALIVE — 

1, Alive, living, 'n chai. 

Gen. 43. 7 (Is) your father yet alive? have ye 
43. 27 the old man. .(Is) he yet alive? 
43. 28 in good health, he (is) yet alive 
45. 26 Joseph (is) yet alive, aud he (is) governor 
45. 28 enough ; J oseph my son (is) yet alive 
46.-30 seen thy face, because thou (art) yet alive 
Exod. 4. 18 aud see whether they be yet alive 

22. 4 be certainly found in his hand alive 
Lev. 14. 4 that is to be cleansed two birds alive 

. 16. 10 shall be preseuted alive before the Lord 
Num,i6. 33 went down alive into the pit 
Deut. 5. 3 who (are) all of us here alive this day 

31. 27 I am yet alive with you this day 
Josh. 8. 23 The king of Ai they took alive, and 
1 Sa. 15. 8 took, .the king of the Amalekites alive 
2Sa. 12. 18 while the child was yet alive, we spake 
12. 21 weep for the child, (while it was) alive 
12. 22 While the child was yet alive, I fasted 
iS. 14 he (was) yet alive in the midst of the oak 
* 1 Ki. 20. 18 come out for peace, take them alive 
20. 18 come out for war, take them alive 

20. 32 And he said, (Is) he yet alive? 

21. 15 Naboth is not alive, but dead 

2K1. 7. 12 we shall catch them alive and get into 
10. 14 Take them alive.. they took them alive 
2Ch. 25. 12 And (other) ten thousand (left) alive 
Prov. 1. 12 Let us swallow them up alive 
Eze. 7. 13 although they were yet alive 

^Remaining one, remnant, T~!"£' sarid. 

Nuni2i. 35 smote him, and. .none left him alive 
3. To live, (dot zao. 

Acts 1. 3 To whom also he shewed himself alive 
9. 41 saints and widows, presented her alive 
20. 12 they brought the young man alive, and 
25. 19 Jesus . . whom Paul affirmed to be alive 
Bom. 6. n reckon ye also yourselves, .alive unto God 
Rev. 1. 18 and, behold, I am alive for evermore 
19. 20 These both were cast alive into a lake of 
[See also Preserve, save.] 

ALIVE again, to be — 

To live again, ava^dco anazad. 

Luke 15. 24 this my son was dead, and is alive again 
15. 32 thy brother was dead, and is alive [again] 

ALIVE, to be — 

To live, be active, £dv zao. 

Matt 27. 63 while he was yet alive, After three days I 
Marki6. u [they had heard that he was alive] 
Lukez4. 23 which said that he was alive 
Acts 25. 19 Jesus . . whom Paul affirmed to be alive 
Rom. 6. 13 as those that are alive from the dead 
7. 9 For I was alive without the law once 
1 Th. 4. 15 that we which are alive (and) remain 

4. 17 Then we which are alive (and) remain 
Rev. 2. 8 and the last, which was dead aud is alive 

ALIVE, ta keep — 

\.To keep living or alive, rvn chayah, 3. 

Gen. 7. 3 keep seed alive upon the face of all the 
Psa. 22. 29 none can keep alive his own soul 
30. 3 thou hast kept me alive 
33. 19 and to keep them alive in famine 
41. 2 The Lord will, .keep him alive 

2. To keep living, restore life, n;n chayah, 5. 
Gen. 6. 19 to keep (them) alive with thee 

6. 20 shall come unto thee, .keep (them) alive 
Num.31; iS with him, keep alive for yourselves 
Josh. 14. 10 behold, the Lord hath kept me alive 
2Sa. 8. 2 with one full line to keep alive 

3.7*0 keep living, n;ri, «;q chayah, 5. 
Dan. 5. 19 whom he would he kept alive 

ALIVE, to leave — 

To keep living or alive, n;n chayah, 3. 

1 Sa. 27. 9 left neither man nor woman alive 

ALIVE, to make — 

l.To keep living or alive, n;n chayah, 3. 
Deut32. 39 I kill, and I make alive 
1 Sa. 2. 6 The Lord killeth, aud maketh alive 

2. To keep living, restore life, rrri chayah, 5. 

2 Ki. 5. 7 (Am) I God, to kill and to make alive 
Z.To make alive, faoTroLeco zdopoieo. 

1 Co. 15. 22 in Christ shall all be made alive 

ALL — 

l.All, hb kol. 

Gen. 3. 17 in sorrow shalt thou eat (of) it all the 
%All, b'3 kol. 

Ezra 4. 20 mighty kings . .have 'ruled over all 

5. 7 writteu thus; Unto Darius the king, all 

6. 12 destroy all kings and people, that shall 

6. 17 lambs, .for a sin offering for all Israel 

7. 13 all they, .will to go up to Jerusalem 
7. 16 all the silver and gold that, .in all 

7. 21 I. .make a decree to all the treasurers 
7. 25 judges, which may judge all. .all such 
Dan. 2. 12 the king, .commanded to destroy all the 
2. 38 he.. hath made thee ruler over them all 
2. 39 which shall bear rule over all the earth 
2. 40 subdueth all . .as iron that breaketh all 
2. 44 shall break in pieces and consume all 

2. 48 the king made Daniel, .chief, .over all 

3. 2, 3 all the rulers, .were gathered together 
3. =;,7, 10, 15 the sound of. .all kindsof music 

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Dan. 3. 7 all the people heard, .all the people 

4. 1 all people, .that dwell in all the earth 
4. 6 bring in all the wise (men) of Babylon 
4. 11 to the end of all the earth 
4. 12, 21 aud in it (was) meat for all. .all flesh 
4. 18 all the wise (men) of my kingdom are not 
4. 20 and the sight thereof to all tiie earth 
4. 28 All this came upon the king 
4. 35 all the inhabitants of the earth 

4. 37 the King of heaven, all whose works (are) 

5. 8 Then came in all the king's wise (men) 
5. 19 he gave him, all people, .and languages 
5. 22 though thou knewest all this 

5. 23 and whose (are) all thy ways 

6. 7 All the presidents of the kiugdom 
6. 24 aud brake all their bones in pieces 

6. 25 Darius wrote unto all people, .iu all the 

7. 7 it (was) diverse from all the beasts 

7. 14 that all people, .and languages, should 
7. 16 and asked him the truth of all this 
7. 19 which was diverse from all the others 
7. 23 which shall be diverse from all kingdoms 
7. 27 all dominions shall serve aud obey him 

3. Complete, wholly, T?$kalil. 

Exod. 28. 31 the robe of the ephod all (of) blue 

39. 22 the ephod (of) woven work, all (of) blue 

4. Multitude, m rob. 

Deut. 28. 47 for the abundance of all (things) 

Job 4. 14 which made all my bones to shake 

6. All together, anas hapas. 

Matt. 6. 32 after all these things do the Gentiles 

24. 39 until the flood came, and took them all 
28. 11 shewed unto the chief priests all the 

Mark 5. 40 But when he had put them all out 

11.-32 for all (men) counted John, that he was 

16. 15 Go ye into all the world, and preach 
Luke 3. 16 John answered, saying unto (them) all, I 

3. 21 Now when all the people were baptized 

4. 6 All this power will I give thee, and 

5. 11 they forsook all, and followed him 

5. 26 they were all amazed, and they glorified 
5. 28 he left all, rose up, and followed him 
7. 16 there came a fear on all : and they 
9. 15 they did so, and made them all sit down 

15. 13 the younger son gathered all together 

17. 27 the flood came, and destroyed them all 
17. 29 it rained fire, .and destroyed (them) all 
19. 7 when they saw (it,) they all murmured 

19. 48 all the people were very attentive to hear 
21. 4 all these have of their abundance cast. . all 

21. 12 before all these, they shall lay their hands 
sActs 2. 1 they were [all] with one accord in one place 

2. 4 they were all tilled with the Holy Ghost 
2. 14 Ye men of Judea, and all (ye) that dwell 

4. 31 they were all filled with the Holy Ghost 

5. 12 they were all with one accord in Solomon's 

6. 15 all that sat iu the. council, looking 

11. 10 all were drawn up again into heaven 

13. 29 when they had fulfilled all that was 

16. 3 they knew all that his father was a Greek 
16. 28 Do thyself no harm : for we are all here 
27. 33 Paul besought (them) all to take meat 

Eph. 6. 13 and having done all, to stand 
Jas. 3. 2 For in many things we offend all 

6. The whole, o\os holes. 

Matt. 1. 22 all this was done ; that it might be 

4. 23 Jesus went about all Galilee, teaching 
4. 24 his fame went throughout all Syria 
g. 26 the fame hereof went abroad into all that 
9. 31 spread abroad his fame in all that country 

14. 35 they sent out into all that country round 

20. 6 Why stand ye here all the day idle ? 

21. 4 [All]this was done; that it might be fulfilled 

22. 37 all thy heart.. all thy soul, .all thy miud 

22. 40 On these two commandments hang all 
24. 14 shall be preached in all the world 

26. 56 all this was done, that the scriptures 
26. 59 the chief priests, and elders, and all the 
Mark 1. 28 his fame spread abroad throughout all 
1. 33 all the city was gathered together at the 

1. 39 And he preached, .throughout all Galilee 

12. 30 all thy heart, .all thy soul, .all thy min..all 
12. 33 And to love him with all the heart 

12. 33 and with all the understanding 
12. 33 [with all the soul, ]and with all thestrength 
12. 44 all (they) did cast in of their abundance 
14. 55 the chief priests and all the council 
Luke 1. 65 fear came on all that dwelt round 

4. 14 a fame of him through all the region 

5. 5 Master, we have toiled all the night, and 

7. 17 this, .went forth throughout all Judea 

8. 43 which had spent all her living on physicians 
10. 27 all thy heart, .all thy soul, .all thy s'tre..all 

23. 5 He stirreth up. .teaching throughout all 
23. 44 there was a darkness over all the earth 

Acts 2. 2 it filled all the house where they were 

2. 47 Praising God, and having favour with all 
5. 11 great fear came upon all the church 

7. 10 delivered him out of all his afflictions 

7. 11 Now there came a dearth over all the land 

8. 37 If thou believest with [all] thine heart, thou 

9. 31 throughout all Judea, Samaria, and G. 
9. 42 it was kMowntrrc-ugbbuB all'-^oppa; 

10. 22 of good ltpoH afaong- all 'the natron' 
io v 37',whit1f wa> published fl^'opghou*' .til Judea 
1^ 28 9fflou54 <be'a great dearth throughout all^ 
13? 40 .the word.. throughout all the region ' 
-, ?8. .■•a believed on the Lord with all his house 
:g. 27 whom all Asia and the world worshippeth 
, , 21. 30 all thte city "*\ts maved;»and the people 



Acts 21. 31 that all Jerusalem was in an uproar 

22. 30 the chief priests aud all, Ro. 8. 36; 10. 21. 
2 Co. 1. 1 all the saints which are in all Achaia 
Phil. 1. 13 bonds iu Christ are manifest in all 

1 Th. 4. 10 indeed ye do it toward all the brethren 
Heb. 3. 2 as also Moses (was faithful) in all his house 

3. 5 Moses verily (was) faithful in all his house 
Rev. 3. 10 which shall come upon all the world 
13. 3 all the world wondered after the beast 

7. How much, great, many, long, tio-os hosos. 

2 Co. 1. 20 all the promises of God in him (are) yea 
8. All, any, every, iras pas. 

Matt. 2. 3 he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with 
3. 5 Jerusalem, and all Judea, and all the 
3. 15 for thus it becometh us to fulfil all 

6. 29 even Solomon in all his glory was not 

18. 32 thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all 
18. 34 till he should pay all that was due unto 
21. 10 when he was come into Jerusalem, all the 

23. 27 are within full.. of all uncleanuess 

23. 35 That upon you may come all the righteous 
27. 25 Then answered all the people, and said 

27. 45 there was darkness over all the land unto 

28. 18 All power is given unto me in heaven and 
Mark 1. 5 there went out unto him all the land 

2. 13 all the multitude resorted unto him 

5. 33 and told him all the truth 

7. 14 when he had called [all] the people 

9. 15 straightway all the people, when they 

11. 18 all the people was astonished at his doctrine 
Luke 2. 1 that all the world should be taxed 

2. 10 great joy, which shall be to all people 

3. 3 he came into all the country about Jordan 

3. 6 all flesh shall see the salvation of God 

4. 13 when the devil had ended all the tempta. 
4. 25 great famine was throughout all the laud 

6. 17 multitude of people out of all Judea 

7. 17 rumour, .went forth throughout all Judea 

7. 29 And all the people that heard (him) 

8. 47 she declared unto him before all the 

9. 13 and buy meat for all this people 

10. 19 and over all the power of the enemy 

12. 27 Solomon in all his glory was not 

13. 17 all his adversaries were ashamed 

18. 43 all the people, when they saw (it) 
20. 6 [all] the people will stone us ; for 

20, 45 in the audience of all the people 

21. 38 all the people came early in the morning 

24. 19 a prophet mighty, .before, .all the people 
John 5. 22 hath committed all judgment unto the Son 

6. 37 All that the Father giveth me shall come 

6. 39 that of all which he hath given me I should 
8. 2 [and all the people came unto him] 

16. 13 he will guide you unto all truth 

17. 2 As thou hast given him power over all flesh 
Acts 1. 8 both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea 

1. 21 which have compauied with us all the time 

2. 17 I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh 

2. 36 let all the house of Israel know assuredly 
3 '. 9 all the people saw him walking aud 

3. 11 all the people ran together unto them 

4. 29 that with all boldness they may speak thy 

5. 21 all the senate of the children of Israel 

5. 34 a doctor of the law. .among all the people 

7. 14 all his kindred, threescore and fifteeu souls 

7. 22 And Moses was learned in all the wisdom 

8. 27 who had the charge of all her treasure 
10. 2 one that feared God with all his house 

10. 41 Not to all the people, but unto witnesses 

1 1. 14 whereby thou and all thy house shall be 

12. 1 1 and (from) all the expectation of the people 

13. 10 O full of all subtility aud all mischief.. all 
13. 24 the baptism of repentance to all the people 
13. 39 And by him all that believe are justified 
15. 12 all the multitude kept silence, and gave 
17. 11 they received the word with all readiness of 
17. 26 hath made of one blood all nations 

17. 26 to dwell on all the face of the earth 

19. 27 whom all Asia and the world worshippeth 

20. 18 I have been with you at all seasons 

20. 19 Serving the Lord with all humility of mind 
20. 27 to declare unto you all the counsel of God 

20. 28 Take heed, .unto yourselves, and to all 

21. 27 stirred up all the people, and laid hands- 

22. 5 and all the estate of the elders : from 

23. 1 1 have lived in all good conscience before 

24. 3 "We accept (it) always, and in all places 

25. 24 Festus said, King Agrippa, aud all men 

26. 20 throughout all the coasts of Judea 

27. 20 all hope that we should be saved was 

28. 31 with all confidence, no man forbidding 
Rom. 1. 18 the wrath of God., against all ungodliness 

1. 29 Being filled with all unrighteousness 

3. 19 all the world may become guilty before 

4. 16 Abraham; who is the father of us all 

9. 17 name might be declared throughout all 

10. 18 their sound vent into all the earth 

11. 26 so all Israel shall be saved : as it is 

15. 13 the God of hope fill you with all joy and 
15. 14 filled with all knowledge, able also to 

1 Co. 1. 5 in all utterance, and (in) all knowledge 

13. 2 understand all mysteries, and all 

15. 24 he shall have put down all rule aud all 

15. 39 All flesh (is) not the same flesh : but 

2 Co. 1. 3 Father of mercies, aud the God of all 

1. 4 Who comforteth us in all our tribu. 6. 4. 
7. 1 let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness 
7. 4 I am exceeding joyful iu all our ; v. n. 

, B. 7 and knowledge, and (in) all diligence, and 
A. 8 God (is) able to make all grace abound . .all 

' 9. 11 Being enriched in everything to all 



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6 having in a readiness to revenge all n. o, 
12 were wrought among you in all patience 

14 all the law is fulfilled iu one word 

3 who hath blessed us witli all spiritual 

8 he hath abounded toward us in all wisdom 
21 Far above all principality, and power, and 

21 In whom all the building fitly framed 

19 that ye might be filled with all the fulness 

2 With all lowliness and meekness, with 

, 19 to work all uncleanness with greediness 
31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, and. .all 

3 But fornication, and all uncleanness, or 

9 (For the fruit of the Spirit (is) in all 

18 with all prayer, .all perseverance, .for all 

, 9 your love may abound, .(in) all judgment 

20 but (that) with all boldness, as always 

29 Receive him. .in the Lord with all gladness 

7 the peace of Gud, which passeth all 

19 But my God shall supply all your need 

6 Which is come unto you, as. .in all the 

9 in all wisdom and spiritual understanding 

10 ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all 

11 Strengthened with all might.. all patience 
19 that in him should all fulness dwell 

23 and teaching every man in all wisdom ; that 
2 and unto all riches of the full assurance of 
9 iu him dwelleth all the fulness of the 

10 which is the head of all principality and 
19 from which all the body by joints and 

16 dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching 

12 that ye may stand, .in all the will of God 

7 in all our affliction and distress, by your 
9 for all the joy wherewith we joy for your 

22 Abstain from all appearance of evil 

11 and fulfil all the good pleasure of (his) 
4 exalteth himself above all that is called 

9 with all power and signs and lying wonders 

10 with all deceivablenesa of unrighteousness 
16 The Lord (be) with you all 

15 afaithful saying, and worthy of all accepta. 

16 Jesus Christ might sTiew forth all long-sull 
2 For kings, and (tor) all that are in authority 

11 Let the woman learu iu silence with all 

4 having his children in subjection with all 
9 a faithful saying and worthy of all accepta. 
2 the younger as sisters, with all purity 

1 count their own masters worthy of all 

16 All scripture (is) given by inspiration of 

17 throughly furnished unto all good works 

2 reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long-surf. 
10 Not purloining, but shewing all good 

14 that he might redeem us from all iniquity 

15 These things speak, .and rebuke with all 

2 gentle, shewing all meekness unto all men 

15 deliver them who. .were all their lifetime 

16 an oath.. (is) to them an end of all strife 
7 without all contradiction the less ia 

19 to all the people . .and all the people 

2 count it all joy when ye fall into 

21 lay apart all filthiness and superfluity 
16 ye rejoice in your boastings : all such 

24 all flesh (is) as grass, and all the glory 

1 all malice. .all guile, .all evil-speakings 

18 (be) subject to (your) masters with all fear 
7 Casting all your care upon him ; for he 

10 But the God of all grace, who hath called 

5 beside this, giving all diligence, add to 

7 and the blood, .cleanseth us from all sin 
9 to cleanse us from all unrighteousness 

16 For all that (is) in the world, the lust 

17 All unrighteousness is sin : and there is a 

3 when I gave all diligence to write to you 

6 the seven, .sent forth into all the earth 

4 there were) sealed . .of all the tribes 
9 which no man could number, of all 

17 and God shall wipe away all tears from 

7 and all green grass was burnt up 

6 and to smite the earth with all plagues 

5 who was to rule al! nations with a rod 

7 power was given him over all kindreds 

12 he exerciseth all the power of the first 
12 all thyine wood, .all manner, .all manner 
17 every shipmaster, and all the company in 

4 God shall wipe away all tears from 



Plural. 
Matt. 1, 



17 So all the generations from Abraham to 
2. 4 when he had gathered all the chief priests 
2. 16 slew all the children that were in. all the 
4. 8 sheweth him all the kingdoms of the 
4. 9 All tliese things will I give thee, if 

4. 24 they brought unto him all sick people 

5. 15 it giveth light unto all that are 

5 . 18 one tittle.. till all be fulfilled 

6. 32 that ye have need of all these things 
6. 33 all tliese things shall be added unto 

8. 16 word, and healed all that were sick 

9. 35 Jesus went about all the cities and 

10. 30 hairs of your head are all numbered 

11. 13 all the prophets and the law prophesied 
n. 28 Come unto me, all (ye) that labour and 

12. 15 great multitudes, .and he healed them all 

12. 23 all the people were amazed, and said 
13- 32 Which indeed is the least of all seeds 

13. 34 All these things spake Jesus unto the 
13. 44 for joy thereof goeth and selleth all 

13 46 went ami sold all that he had, and 
13. 51 Have ye understood all these things? 

13. 56 are they not all. .whence, .all these 

14. 20 And they did all eat, and were filled 

14 35 brought unto him all that were dismned 

15. 37 And they did all eat, aud were flllod 



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. 25 and all that he had. and payment to 

26 Lord, have patience. .1 will pay thee all 

29 Have patience, .and 1 will pay thee [all] 
31 told unto their lord all that was done 
20 All these things have 1 kept from my 

27 Behold, we have forsaken all, and 
12 and cast out all them that sold and 

26 for all hold John as a prophet 

10 and gathered together all as many as 

27 And last of all the woman died also 

28 in the resurrection, .for they all had 

3 All therefore whatsoever they bid you 

5 But all their works they do for to be seen 
8 (even) Christ ; and all ye are brethren 

36 All these things shall come upon this 

2 See ye not all these things? verily 1 

6 for [all] (these things) must come to pass 

8 All tliese (are) the beginning of sorrows 

9 and ye shall be hated of all nations 

14 this gospel, .shall be preached in all the 

30 and then shall all the tribes of the earth 

33 when ye shall see all these things, know 

34 this generation shall not pass, till all these 

47 he shall make him ruler over all his goods 
5 While the bridegroom tarried, they all 

7 Then all those virgins arose, and trimmed 

31 and all the holy angles with him, then 

32 before him shall be gathered all nations 

1 when Jesus had finished all these sayings 
27 saying. Drink ye all of it 

31 Then saith Jesus unto them, All ye shall 

35 Likewise also said all the disciples 

52 for all they that take the sword, shall 

56 Then all the disciples forsook him, and fled 

70 But he denied before (them) all, saying 

1 When the morning was come, all the chief 

22 all say unto him, Let him be crucified 
19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations 

5 there went out unto him all the land 

27 they were all amazed, insomuch that they 

32 they brought unto him all that were 

12 went forth before them all; insomuch.. all 

28 Verily I say unto you, All sins shall be 

13 how then will ye know all parables? 

3 1 less than all the seeds that be in the earth 

32 it. .becometn greater than all herbs 

12 [all] the devils besought him, saying, Scud 

26 and had spent all that she had, and was 

33 ran afoot thither out of all cities 

39 he commanded them to make all sit 

41 two fishes divided he among them all 

42 And they did all eat, and were filled 

50 For they all saw him, and were troubled 

3 For the Pharisees, and all the Jews, except 

19 goeth out into the draught, purging all 

23 All these evil things come from within 

35 shall be last of all, and servant of all 

20 all these have I observed from my youth 
28 we have left all, and have followed thee 
44 the chiefest, shall be servant of all 

17 My house shall be called of all nations 

22 last of all the woman died also 

28 Which is the first commandment of all ? 

29 The first [of all the commandments]. .Hear 
33 all the heart . . all the . . all the soul . . all the 

43 this poor widow hath cast more in than all 

44 For all (they; did cast in of their abundance 

4 what (shall be) the sign when all these 
10 gospel must first be published among all 

30 this generation shall not pass, till all these 

37 what I say unto you, I say unto all 

23 he took the cup. .and they all drank 

27 And Jesus saith unto them, All ye shall 
29 Peter said unto him, Although all shall 

31 Likewise also said they all 

50 And they all forsook him, and fled 

53 with him were assembled all the chief 

64 they all condemned him to he guilty 

6 they were both righteous, .walking iu all 

48 behold, from henceforth all generatious 
63 And they marvelled all 

65 on all. .all these sayings, .all the hill 

66 And all they that heard (them) laid (them) 

71 from the hand of all that hate us 

75 In holiness, .before him, all the daya 
3 all went to be taxed, every one into 

18 all they that heard (it) wondered at 

19 Mary kept all these things, and pondered 
31 thou hast prepared before the face of all 

38 spake of him to all them that looked 
47 all that heard him were astonished 

51 his mother kept all these sayings in 

15 all men mused in their hearts of John 

19 for all the evils which Herod had done 

20 Added yet this above all, that he shut 

5 the devil.. shewed unto him all the 

7 If thou, .wilt worship me, all shall 
15 And he taught, .being glorified of all 
20 the eyes of all them that were iu 

22 all bare him witness, and wondered at 

28 all they in the synagogue when they 

36 they were all amazed, and spake among 

40 all they that had any sick with divers 
9 he was astonished, and all that were 

jn -V rt Unbound. Mo irt upon them all, he 
!iq wnt .virtue u,ut . .and htalp d (them) all 

26 Wop uvXo yoa when -fall Mne'n phyll speak 
1 Now when he had ended tilLips savings 

18 the disciples, .shewed him'of all thece 

35 Wisdom is justified of [all] her chihiroi. 

40 for they were all waiting for him 

45 J23US Baid,, Who tout hed- me? When nil - 



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52 And all wept, and bewailed her: but he 
54 And he [put them all out, and] took 

1 gave them power and authority over all 
7 Herod the tetrarch heard of all that 

17 And they did eat, and were all filled 

23 And he said to (them) all. If any 

43 they were all amazed at the mighty 
48 for he that is least among you all 

50 That the blood of all the prophets, which 

7 very hairs of your head are all numbered 

18 there will I bestow all my fruits 

30 all these things do the nations of 

31 [all] these things shall be added 

41 this parable unto us, or even to all? 

44 that he will make him ruler over all 

2 these Galileans were sinners above all the 

3 except ye repent, ye shall all likewise 

4 think ye that they were sinners above all 

5 except ye repent, ye shallall likewise perish 

17 all his. .all the people, .for all the glorious 

27 depart from me, all (ye) workers of iniquity 

28 when ye shall see Abraham, .and all the 

18 they all with one (consent) began to 

29 all that behold (:t_) begin to mock him 
33 whosoever he be. .that forsaketh not all 

1 Then drew near unto him all the publicans 
14 when he had spent all, there arose 

31 and all that I have is thine 

14 the Pharisees also, .heard all these thiugs 

26 beside all this, between us and you 

10 when ye shall have done all those things 
12 I give tithes of all that I possess 

21 he said, All these have I kept from 

22 Vet lackest thou one thing : sell all 

28 Peter said, Lo, we have left [all.] aud 

37 for all the mighty works that they 

32 Last [of all] the woman died also 

38 for all live unto him 

3 widow hath cast in more than they all 

15 I will give you a mouth, .which all 

24 shall be led away captive into all 

29 Behold the tig tree, and all the trees 
32 generation shall not pass away till all 

35 as a snare shall it come on all 

36 ye may be accounted worthy to escape all 
70 Then said they all, Art thou then the 

48 all the people that come together to 

49 all his acquaintance, and the women 

9 aud told all these things, .to all the rest 

14 they talked together of all these things 
21 beside all this, to-day is the third day 

25 O fools, aud slow uf heart to believe all 

27 all the prophets, .in all the scriptures the 
47 repentance, .be preached, .among all 

16 of his fulness have all we received 

15 he drove them all out of the temple 

31 He that cometh from above is above all 

31 he that cometh from heaven is above all 

39 He told me all that ever I did 

28 the hour is coming, in the which all 

45 they shall be all taught of God 

21 I have done one work, and ye all marvel 

8 All that ever came before me are thieves 

29 My Father, .is greater than all ; ami no 

10 aud ye are clean, but not all 

11 Ve are not all clean 

iS I speak not of you all : I know 
21 all these things will they do unto 
10 all mine are thine, and thine are 
21 That they all may be one ; as thou 

40 Then cried they all again, saving, Not this 
1 The former treatise have I made, .of all 

14 all continued with one accord in prayer 
iS and all his bowels gushed out 

19 it was known unto all the dwellers 

7 they were [all] amazed, and marvelled 
7 are not all these which speak Galileans? 

12 they were ail amazed, and were in 

32 whereof we are all witnesses 

39 the promise is unto you. .and to all 

44 all that believed were together, and had 

16 this, .soundness in the presence of you all 
18 had shewed by the mouth of all his 

21 God hath spokeu by the month of all 

22 him shall ye hear in all things whatsoever 
_-.i Yea, and all the prophets from Samuel, aud 

25 in thy seed shall all the kindreds of 

10 Be it known unto you all, and to all 

16 a notable miracle .(is) manifest to all them 

24 thou (art) God, which hast made, .all that 

33 great grace was upon them all 

5 great fear came on all them that 

11 great fear came upon all the church 

17 Then the high priest rose up, and all 

20 Go. .stand and speak, .to the people all 

23 The prison truly found we shut with all 

36 all, as many as obeyed him. were 

37 all, (even) as many as obeyed him 

10 delivered him out of all his afflictions 

50 Hath not my hand made all these things? 

1 they were all scattered abroad throughout 
10 To whom they all pave heed, from the least 

40 he preached in [all 1 the cities, till he came 
14 here he hath authority, .to bind all 

21 all that heard (him) were amazed, and 

26 they were all afraid of him, and v. 3?. 

35 all that dwelt at Lydda aud Saron 

39 all the widows stood by him weeping 

40 Peter put them all forth, and kneeh d 

33 Now therefore are we all here present before 

36 Jesus Christ : (he is Lord of all) 

38 healing all that were oppressed of 



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10. 43 To him give all the prophets witness 
10. 44 the Holy Ghost fell on all them which 
ii. 23 Who, when he came.. exhorted them all 

13. 22 a man.. which shall fulfil all my will 

14. 16 Who iu times past suffered all nations to 

15. 3 they caused great joy unto all 
15 17 the residue of meu might seek, .all the 

15 17 saith the Lord, who doeth [all these things] 

15. iS [Known unto God are all his works], from 

16 26 immediately all the doors were opened 

16 32 and to all that were in his house 

16. 33 was baptized, he and all his, straightway 

17 7 Whom Jason hath received : and these all 

17. 21 all the Athenians and strangers which 
17 25 seeing he giveth to all life.. and all things 
17. 30 now conimandeth all men everywhere 

17. 31 he hath given assurance unto all (men) 

18. 2 that Claudius had commanded all Jews 
18. 17 all the Greeks took Sosthenes, the chief 

18. 23 he departed, and went over (all) the 

19. 7 Aud all the men were about twelve 
19. 10 so that all they which dwelt in Asia 

19. 17 brought, .books, .and burned, .before all 
19 34 all with one voice, .cried out, Great (is) 

20. 25 Aud now, behold, I know that ye all 
20. 26 I (am) pure from the blood of all (men) 
20. 32 to give you an inheritance among all 
20. 36 he kueeleddown. and prayed with them all 

20. 37 they all wept sore and fell on Pauls: 

21. s they all brought us on our way 
21 18 aud all the elders were present 
21 20 and they are all zealous of the law 
21. 21 thou teachest [all] the Jews which are 

21. 24 and all may know that those things 

22. 3 and was zealous toward God, as ye all 
22. 12 having a good report of all the Jews 

15 thou shalt be his wituess unto all men 
5 a mover of sedition among all the Jews 
8 thyself mayest take knowledge of all these 

24 King Agrippa - and all men which are here 

3 (I know) thee to be expert in all customs 

4 My manner of life.. know all the Jews 
14 when we were all fallen to the earth 

29 but also all that hear me this day 
24 aud, lo, God hath given thee all them 

35 gave thanks to God in presence of them all 

36 Then were they all of good cheer 

37 And we were in all in the ship 
44 that they escaped all safe to land 

30 received all that came in unto him 

5 for obedience to the faith among all 

7 To all that be in Rome, beloved of God 

8 First, I thank my God. .for you all 

9 that they are all under sin 
12 They are all gone out of the way, they 
22 unto all and upon all them that believe 

22 by faith of Jesus Christ unto all 

23 all have sinned, aud come short of the 

11 that he might be the father of all 

16 the promise might be sure to all the seed 
18 upon all men to.. upon all men unto 

12 so death passed upon all men. for that all 
8. 32 delivered him up for us all how shall 

8. 37 Nay, iu all these things we are more 

9 5 Christ (came), who is over all, God blessed 

9. 6 they (are) not all Israel, which are of Israel 
9. 7 Neither, .are (they all) children ; but 

10. 12 the same Lord over all is rich unto all 

10. 16 But they have not all obeyed the gospel 

11. 32 concluded them all. .have mercy upon all 

12. 4 and all members have not the same office 
i2. 17 Provide things honest in the sight of all 
12 18 If it be possible, .live peaceably with all 

13. 7 Render therefore to all their dues 

14 10 we shall all stand before the judgment 
15. 11 Praise. .allyeGentiles. .laud, .all ye people 

15. 33 Mow the God of peace (be) with you all 

16. 4 but also all the churches of the Gentiles 
16. 15 Salute Philologus. and all the saints which 
16 24 The grace of our Lord, (be) with you all 
16. 26 made known to all nations for the obedience 

: Co. 1, 10 I beseech you.. that ye all speak 
3. 22 or things to come ; al! are yours 
7, 7 For I would that all meu were even 

7. 17 Aud so ordain I in all churches 

8. 1 we know that we all have knowledge 
9 19 For though I oe free from all (men) 
9 24 that they which run in a race run all 

10. 1 how that all our fathers .all passed 

10. 2 were all baptized unto Moses in the 

10. 3 did all eat the same spiritual meat 

10. 4 did all drink the same spiritual drink 

10. 11 [all] these thiugs happened unto them 

10. 17 we are all partakers of that one bread 

10. 31 whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God 

12. 6 the same God which worketh all in all 

12. 11 all these worketh that one and the 

12 12 aud all the members of that one body 

T2. 13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized, .all 

12. 19 if they were all oue member, where 

12. 26 all the members suffer, .all the members 

12. 29 all apostles., all prophets, .all teachers .all 

12. 30 Have all the gifts of healing ? do all . . do all 

13. 2 uuderstaud all mysteries, andallknowledge 

13. 3 though I bestow all my goods to feed 

14. 5 I would that ye all spake with tongues 
14. 18 I speak with tongues more than ye all 

14. 23 and all speak with tongues, and there come 
14. 24 But if all prophesy, .he is judged of all 
14. 31 For ye may all prophesy, .all may. .all may 

14. 33 as in all churches of the saints 

15. 7 he was seen of James ; then of all the 



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15. 8 And last of all he was seen of me also 
15. 10 I laboured more abundantly than they all 
15. 19 we are of all men most miserable 
15. 22 as in Adam all die, even so in Christ, .all 
15. 25 till he hath put all enemies under his feet 

15. 28 all things, .put all thiugs. .be all in all 
J 5- S 1 We shall not all sleep, but we shall all 

16. 20 All the brethren greet you. Greet ye oue 
16. 24 My love (be) with you all in Christ 

with all the saints which are in all Achaia 
confidence in you all that, .joy of. .all 
that I may not overcharge you all 
Ye are our epistle . .read of all men 
we all, with opeu face beholding as in 
we must all appear before the judgment 
if one died for all, then were all dead 
And (that) he died for all, that they 
because his spirit was refreshed by you all 
he remembereth the obedience of you all 
whose praise (is), .throughout all 
Beside, .the care of all the churches 
and to all other, that if I come again 
All the saints salute you 
The grace of the Lord, .(be) with you all 
all the brethren which are with me 
I said unto Peter before (them) all, If 
In thee shall all nations be blessed 
the scripture hath concluded all under 
For ye are all the children of God 
for ye are all oue in Christ Jesus 
the heir, .though he be lord of all 
which is the mother of us [allj 
communicate unto him. .in all 
and love unto all the saiut3 
fulness of him that filleth all in all 
Among whom also we all had our 
who am less than the least of all saints 
May be able to comprehend with all saints 
exceeding abundantly above all that we ask 
Unto him (be) glory, .throughout all ages 
of all. .above all. .through all. .in you all 
that he might fill all things 
Till we all come in the unity of 
[Above all], taking the shield of faith.. all 
Praying always with all prayer and 
Grace (be) with all them that love our Lord 
to all the saints in Christ Jesus which 
for you all making request with joy 
of you all. .ye all are partakers of my grace 
how greatly I long after you all in 
my bonds in Christ are manifest in all 
I know that I shall abide, .with you all 
I joy, aud rejoice with you all 
For all seek their own, not the things 
For he longed after you all, and was 
Let your moderation be known tmto all 
But I have all, and abound : I am 
All the saints salute you, chiefly they that 
The grace of our Lord, .(be) with you all 
the love (which ye have) to all the saints 
In whom are hid all the treasures of 
having forgiven you all trespasses 
Which all are to perish with the using 
But now ye also put off all these 
but Christ (is) all, and in all 
above all these things (put on) charity 
whatsoever ye do. .(do) all in the name 
All my state shall Tychicus declare unto 
We give thanks to God always for you all 
So that ye were ensamples to all that 
and are contrary to all men 
at the coming of our Lord, .with all 
the Lord (is) the avenger of all such 
indeed ye do it toward all the brethren 
Ye are all the children of light, and 
Greet all the brethren with an holy kiss 
that this epistle be read unto all 
the charity of every one of you all toward 
for your patience and faith in all your 
and to be admired in all them that 
That they all might be damued who 
The grace of our Lord, .(be) with you all 
I exhort therefore, that, first of all. .for all 
For kings, and (for) all that are in 
Who will have all men to be saved 
Who gave himself a ransom for all 
the living God. who is the saviour of all 
that thy profiting may appear to all 
Them'that sin rebuke before all that 
the love of money is the root of all evil 
This thou knowest, that all they which 
for their folly shall be manifest unto all 
but out of (them) all tfie Lord delivered 
Yea aud all that will live godly iu 
unto [all] them also that love his appearing 
and (that) all the Gentiles might hear 
Eubulus greeteth thee . . and all the 
the grace of God. .hath appeared to all 
shewing all meekness unto all men 
All that are with me salute thee, .you all 
Hearing of thy love and faith, toward all 
let all the angels of God worship him 
1. 11 they all shall wax old as doth a garment 

1. 14 Are they not all ministering spirits, sent 

2. 8 Thou hast put all things in subjection 

2. 11 For both he that sanctifieth. .(are) all of 

3. 16 howbeit not all that came out of Egypt 

4. 4 God did rest the seventh day from all 

5. 9 he became the author of. .salvation unto all 

7. 2 Abraham gave a tenth part of all ; first 

8. 11 for all shall know me, from the least 

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Heb. 11. 13 These all died in faith, not having received 

11. 39 these all, having obtained a good report 

12. 8 if ye be without chastisement, whereof all 

12. 23 to God the Judge of all, and to the 

13. 4 Marriage (is) honourable in all, and the 
13 24 all them that have the rule over, .and all 
13. 25 Grace (be) with you all. Amen 

Jas 1. 8 A double-minded man (is) unstable in all 
2. 10 he is guilty of all 

1 Pe. 2. 1 Wherefore laying aside all malice, and all 

3- 8 ; 5. 5 1 5. 14 ; 2 Pe. 3. 9, 1 1, 16 ; 1 Jo. 2. 19; 

2 Jo. 1 ; 3 Jo. 12 ; Jude 15 ; Rev. r. 7 ; 2. 23 ; 5. 13 ; 7. 
11 ; 8. 3 ; 12. 5 ; 13. 8, 16 ; 14. 8 ; 15. 4 ; 18. 3, 19, 23, 24; 
ig. 5, 17, 21 ; 21. 8 ; 22. 21. 

[See also Any, at, first, glorious here, house, in, 
most, no, places, put, sorts, speed, therein.] 

9. Number, "SPP mispar. 

Eccl. 2. 3 which they should do.. all the days of 

5. 18 under the sun all the days of his life 

6. 12 all the days of his vain, .which he spen. 
ALL (men, points, things) — All, -rras 2?as. 

Matt. 7. 12; 10. 22; 11. 27; 13. 41; 17. 11; 19. 11, 
26; 21. 22; 22. 4; 23. 20; 26. 33; 28. 20; Mark 1. 37; 4. 
34 ; 5. 20 ; 6. 30 ; 7. 37 ; 9. 12, 23 5 J0 - 2 7 I "• " ; *3- *3> 
23; 14. 36; Luke 1. 3 ; 2. 20; 9. 43; 10. 22 ; n. 41 ; 14. 
17; 18. 31; 21. 17, 22; 24. 14; John 1. 3, 7; 2. 20, 24; 3. 
26, 35; 4. 25, 29, 45; 5. 20, 23; 10. 41; 11. 48; 12. 32; 
*3- 3> 35 ; T 4- 20 > 2 6 ; 15. 15 ; 16. 15, 30 ; 17. 7 ; 18. 4 ; 19. 
28 ; 21. 17 ; Acts 1. 24; 2. 45 ; 3. 21, 22; 4. 21 ; 10. 33, 
39 ; r 3- 39 '> *4- *5 ; 17- 22, 24, 25 ; 19. 19 ; 20. 35 ; 21. 28; 
22. 10 ; 24, 14; 26. 2 ; Rom. 8. 28, 32 ; 11. 36 ; 14. 2, 20 ; 
16. 19; 1 Co. 2. 10, 15; 3. 21; 4. 13; 6. 12, 12, 12; 8. 6, 
6; 9. 12, 19, 22, 22, 25: 10. 23, 23, 23, 23, 33, 33; 11. 2, 
12; 13. 7, 7, 7, 7 ; 14. 26, 40; 15. 27, 27, 27, 28, 28; 16. 

14 ; 2 Co. 2. 9 ; 4. 15 ; 5. 17, 18 ; 6. 10 ; 7. 14; 9. 8, 13 , 
11. 6; 12. 19; Gal. 3. 10; 6. 10; Eph. 1. 10, 11, 22, 
22 J 3- 9» 9; 4- io, 15; 5. 13, 20; 6. 21 ; Phil. 2. 14; 3. 8, 
8, 21; 4. 12, 13; Col. 1. 16, 16, 17, 17, iS, 20; 3. 20, 22; 
4- 9 '. 1 Th. 3. 12 ; 5. 14, 15, 21 ; 2 Th. 3. [2 ; 1 Ti. 3. n ; 
4. 8 ; 6. 13, 17 ; 2 Ti. 2. 7, 10, 24 ; 4. 5, 16; Tit. 1. 15 ; 2. 
7, 9, 10 ; Heb. 1. 1, 2, 3 ; 2. 8, 8, so, 10, 17 ; 3. 4 ; 4. 13, 

1 5 I 8 - 5 J 9- 22 ; 12. 14 ; 13. 18 ; Jas. 1. 5 ; 5. 12 ; 1 Pe. 
2. 17 ; 4. 7, 8, 11 ; 2 Pe. 1. 3 ; 3. 4 ; 1 Jo. 2. 20, 27 ; 3. 20; 

3 Jo. 2 ; Rev. 4. 11 ; 18. 14; 19. 18 ; 21. 5, 7. 
ALL abroad — 

To spread out, npy shatach. 

Num 11. 32 and they spread (them) all abroad for 
ALL along — 
1.7*0 go, go on, ^hn halak. 

Jer. 41. 6 to meet them, weeping all along as he 
2. Fulness, K^p melo. 

1 Sa. 28. 20 Saul fell straightway all along on the 
ALL, at — 
Wholly, irdvTcos pantos. 

1 Co. 16. 12 but his will was not at all to come at 
ALL at once — 
All together, 7ra/.i7rA^0ct pampletliei. 

Luke 23. 18 And they cried out all at once, saying 
ALL gone, to be — 
To be finished, Den tamam. 

1 Ki. 14 10 taketh away dung, till it be all gone 
ALL here, to be — 
To be finished, DEn tamam. 

1 Sa. 16. 11 Are here all (thy) children? And he said 
ALL, in — 
All, bbl-ol 

Num.31. 35 thirty and two thousand persons in all 
ALL life long — 
Again, yet, Til? od. 

Gen. 48 15 God which fed me all my life long 
ALL manner (of J — 

I. All, hskol. 

Exod35. 35 wisdom of heart, to work all manner ol 

2, All, any, every, tras pas. 

Matt. 4. 23 all manner of. .and all manner of disease 
5. 11 shall say all manner of evil against 
10. 1 all maimer of sickness and all manner 
12. 31 Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of 
Luken. 42 ye tithe mint and rue and all manner 
Rom. 7. 8 sin. .wrought in me all m. of Ac. 10. 18. 
1 Pe. 1. 15 be ye holy in all manner of conversation 
Rev. 21. 19 foundations. -srarnished with 11m. 18.12. 

3. The whole, oAos holos, Rom. 8. 36; 10. 21. 

ALL night — 

[See Abide, lie, lodge, tarry.] 

ALL that — 

How much, great, long, many, ocros hosos. 
Luke 9. 10 the apostles . .told him all that they 
Acts 4. 23 let go, they went, .and reported all that 
14. 27 they rehearsed all that God 15. 4. 

ALL that is therein — 
Fulness, Ubo melo. 

Isa. 34. 1 the earth. ..and all that is therein 

42. 10 the sea, and all that is therein 
Jer. 8. 16 the land, and all that is in it 

47. 2 the land, aud all that is therein 
Eze. 12. 19 be desolate from all that is therein 

30. 12 the land waste, and all that is therein 
Amos 6. 8 up the city, with all that is therein - 
Mic. 1. 2 O earth, and all that therein is 



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ALL THINGS (that)— 
l.All together, aims hapas. 

Luke 2. 39 when they had performed all things 

Acts 2. 44 believed were together,andhad_all things 
4. 32 they had all things common, 10. 8 
2. .4s many as, baa hosa, Rev. 1. 2. 
ALLEGE, to — 
To put alongside, irapaTidn/j.i paratithemi. 

Acts 17. 3 Openiug and alleging, that Christ must 
ALLEGORY, to be a — 
To speak otherwise, aWiyyopsw allegoreo. 

Gal. 4. 24 Which tilings are an allegory : for these 

ALLELTJIA — 

J J raise Jah, a\\y}\ou'Ca allelouia. 

Rev. 19. 1 I heard a great voice, .saying, Alleluia 
19. 3 And again they said, Alleluia 
19. 4 worshipped God . . saying, Amen ; Alleluia 
19. 6 mighty thunderings, saying, Alleluia 

ALLIED — 

jYear, aiijj qarob. 

Neh. 13. 4 the house of our God, (was) allied 

AL'-LON, i'l^N an oak. 

1. A city near Kadesh Naphtali. 

Josh. 19. 33 their coast was. .from A. to Zaanannim 
'2. The chief of a family in Simeon, B.C. 715. 

1 Ch. 4. 37 the son of Shiplu, the sou of A., the son 

AL LON-BA'-CHUTH, niD3 ji'rN oak of weeping. 
A place near Bethel where Deborah was buried. 

Gen. 35. 8 and the uame of it was called A. B. 
ALLOW, to — 
l.To know, recognise, yivd>o~KU} ginosko. 

Roin. 7. 15 that which I do I allow not 

2. To make trial, test, proof, 5o/a,ua£a> dokimazd. 

Rom. 14. 22 in that thing which he alloweth 

1 Th. 2. 4 as we were allowed of God to he 

3. To receive to oneself, Trpo<roexoi±ai prosdechomai. 

Acts 24. 15 which they themselves also allow, that 

4. T'i think well of together, avvevdoKtco suneitdokeo. 
Luke 1 1. 48 ye bear witness that ye allow the deeds 

ALLOWANCE — 

Customary or usual diet, nrnx aruchah. 

2 Ki. 25. 30 allowance (was) a continual allowance 
ALLURE, to — 

\. To persuade, entice, nn3 pathah, 3. 

Hos. 2. 14 I will allure her, and bring her 
2.2*0 lay a bait, 5e\ea£w deleazo. 

2 Pe. 2. 18 they allure through the lusts of the flesh 
ALMIGHTY — 
1. Sufficient, mighty, 'tjJ shaddai. 

Gen. 17. 1 I (am) the Almighty God ; walk before 

28. 3 God Almighty bless thee, and make thee 
35. 11 I (am} God Almighty : be fruitful aud 
43. 14 God Almighty give you mercy before the 

48. 3 God Almighty appeared unto me at Luz 

49. 25 by the Almighty, who shall bless thee 
Exod. 6. 3 by (the name of) God Almighty 
Mum 24. 4 which saw the vision of the Almighty 

24. 16 (which) saw the vision of the Almighty 
Ruth 1. 20 the Almighty hath dealt very bitterly 

1. 21 the Almighty hath afflicted me ? 
Job. 5. 17 despise, .the chastening of the Almighty 
6. 4 the arrows of the Almighty (are) within 
6. 14 he forsaketh the fear of the Almighty 
8. 3 doth the Almighty pervert justice? 
8. 5 make thy supplication to the Almighty 
11. 7 canst thou hud out the Almighty 
13. 3 Surely I would speak to the Almighty 
15. 25 he streugtheneth.. against the Almighty 
21. 15 What (is) the Almighty, that we should 

21. 20 shall drink of the wrath of the Almighty 

22. 3 (Is it) any pleasure to the Almighty 
22. 17 what can the Almighty do for them ? 
22. 23 to the Almighty, thou shalt be built up 
22. 25 the Almighty shall be thy defence 

22. 26 thou have thy delight in the Almighty 

23. 16 and the Almighty troubleth me 

24. 1 times are not hidden from the Almighty 
27. 2 the Almighty, (who) hath vexed my soul 
27. io Will he delight himself in the Almighty? 
27. 11 which (is) with the Almighty will I not 
27. 13 they shall receive of the Almighty 

29. 5 the Almighty (was) yet with me 

31. 2 (what) inheritance of the Almighty from 

31. 35 Oli. .(that) the Almighty would auswer 

32. 8 the Almighty giveth them understanding 

33. 4 the Almighty hath given me life 

34. 10 far be it. .(from) the Almighty, (that he) 

34. 12 neither will the Almighty pervert 

35. 13 neither will the Almighty regard it 

37. 23 (Touching) the Almighty, we cannot find 

40. 2 Shall he. .with the Almighty instruct 
Psa. 68. 14 the Umighty scattered kings in it 

91. 1 abide under the shadow of the Almighty 
Isa. 13. 6 come as a destruction from the Almighty 
Eze. 1. 24 as tin- voice of the Almighty 

10. 5 as the voice of the Almighty God 
Joel 1. 15 as a destruction from the Almighty 
%. All-powerful, TravTOKpar^p pantokratdr. 
2C0, 6. 1.3 liL- a Father, .saith the 1, ird Almighty 



Rev. 1. 8 and which is to come, the Almighty 

4. 8 saying,Holy,holy,holy, Lord God Almighty 

11. 17 give thee thanks, Lord God Almighty 

15. 3 marvellous, .works, Lord God Almighty 

16. 7 Even so, Lord God Almighty, true and 
16. 14 gather them to the battle. .God Almighty 
19. 15 he treadeth the winepress, .of Almighty 
21. 22 the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb 

AL-MO'-DAD, ti'idSn the agitator. 

Son of Joktau, of the family of Shem, B.C. 2210. 

Gen. 10. 26 And Joktau begat A., and Sheleph, and 
1 Ch. 1. 20 And Joktan begat A,, aud Sheleph, and 

AL-'MON< pD7J2 hiding place. 
A Levitical town in Benjamin. 

Josh. 21. iS and A. with her suburbs; four cities 

AL-MON-DLB-LA-THA'-IM, ns;rr);n jlD^u. 
The 39th encampment of Israel after leaving Egypt, the 
28th from Sinai, and the 8th from Eziongeber. It was 
in the territory of Sihon, and probably N. of the wilder- 
ness of Kedemoth. See Beth-diblathaim. Nu. 33.46,47. 
ALMOND — 
Almond j ipa' shaqed. 

Gen. 43. 11 a little honey, .nuts, and almonds 
NU11117. 8 bloomed blossoms, and yielded almonds 

ALMOND TREE — 

Almond tree, "ipy shaqed. 

Eccl. 12. 5 and the almond tree shall flourish 
Jer. 1. 11 I see a rod of au almond tree 

ALMONDS, made after the fashion of — 
To be like almonds,~\$& shaqad, 4. 

Exod 37. 19 bowls made after the fashion of almonds 
ALMONDS, made like — 
To be like almonds, "\$j shaqad, 4. 

Exod 25. 33 three bowls made like almonds 
37. 19 three bowls made like almonds in 
37. 20 four bowls made like almonds 
ALMONDS, made like unto — 
To, be like almonds, Ips* shaqad, 4. 

Exod 25. 33 Three bowls made like unto almonds 
ALMOST — 
l.A little, few, ay? me-at. 

Exod 17, 4 they be almost ready to stone m : 
Psa. 73. 2 my feet were almost gone 

94. 17 my soul had almost dwelt in silence 
119. 87 They had almost consumed me upon 
Prov. 5. 14 I was almost iu all evil 

2. In or with a little, iv hxiyy en oligo. 

Acts 26. 28 Agrippa said unto Paul, Almost thou 
26. 29 both almost, and altogether such as I am 

3. Almost, nearly, ax^o6u sc/iedon. 

Acts 13. 44 the next sabbath-day came almost the 
19. 26 almost throughout all Asia, this Paul 
Heb. 9. 22 almost all things are by the law purged 

ALMOST, to be — 

To be about to, fxeWai mello. , 

Acts 21. 27 when the seven days were almost ended 
ALMS — 

Kindness, kind act, i\ewp.oo~vvw elcemosune. 
Matt. 6. 1 Take heed that ye do not your [alms] 

6. 2 Therefore when thou doest (thine) alms 
6. 3 But when thou doest alms, let not thy 
6. 4 That thine alms may be in secret 
Luke 11. 41 rather give alms of such things as ye 

12. 33 Sell that ye have, and give alms 
Acts 3. 2 to ask alms of them that entered into 

3. 3 seeing Peter and John, .asked an alms 
3. 10 it was he which sat for alms at the 
10. 2 devout (man), .which gave much alms 
10. 4 Thy prayers and thine alms are come 
». 31 and thine alms are had in remembrance 
24. 17 I came to bring alms to my nation 
ALMSDEED — 
Kindness, kind act, iKev/J-oa-vun eleemositne. 

Acts 9. 36 tins woman was full of. .almsdeeds 
ALMUG-TREE — 
Almug-tree, D*31oSn almuggim. 

1 Ki. 10. 11 from Ophir great plenty of almug trees 
10. 12 the king made of the almug trees pillars 
10. is there came no such almug trees 
ALOES (trees of lign) — 
1. Aloes, lign-alocs, rnSrtx ahaloth. 

Psa. 45. 8 garments (smell) of myrrh, aud aloes 
Song 4, 14 all trees of frankincense, .and aloes 
2. A Iocs, lign -aloes, D ,( ?nx ahalim. 

Kum 24. 6 as the trees of lign aloes, which the LORD 
Pro. 7. 17 I have perfumed my bed with.. aloes . 

3. Aloe, a\6yj aloe. 

John 19. 39 brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes 
ALONE — 
I. One, "tnx eckad. 

Josh. 22. 20 and that man perished not alone 

Isa. 51. 2 for I called him alone 

2. A lone, separate, 12 had. 

Xuiii 11. 14 not able to bear all this people alone 
Dent. 1. q I am not able to bear you myself alone 

3.7*0 be separate, T!J badad. 

Psa. 102. 7 1 watch, aud am as a sparrow alone 



Isa. 14. 31 none (shall be) alone in his appointed 
Hos. 8. 9 a wild ass alone by himself 

^.Separate, ~n$ badad. 

Lev. 13. 46 he (is) unclean; he shall dwell alone 

NU11123. 9 lo", the people shall dwell alone 

Deut32. 12 the Lord alone did lead him 
33. 28 then shall dwell in safety alone 

Jer. 15. 17 I sat alone because of thy hand 
49. 31 gates nor bars, (which) dwell alone 

Lam. 3. 28 He sitteth alone and keepeth silence 
5. By itself Ka& eavTT)v kath heauten. 

Jas. 2. 17 Even so faith, .is dead, being alone 
Q.Hy themselves, Karloiav katf idt'an. 

Mark 4. 34 when they were aloue, he expounded all 

7. Apart, in private, Kara^iovas katamonas. 
MarK 4. 10 when he was alone, they that were 
Luke 9. 18 it came to pass, as he was alone praying 

8. Alone, povov monon. 

John 17. 20 Neither pray I for these alone, but for 
Acts 19. 26 Moreover ye see and hear, that not alone 
Rom. 4. 23 Now it was not written for his sake alone 

9. Alone, povos monos. 

Matt. 4. 4 Man shall not live by bread alone, lyit 
14. 23 the evening was come, he was there alone 
18. 15 go and tell him his fault, .alone 
Mark 6. 47 and he alone on the land 
Luke 4. 4 man shall not live by bread alone 

5. 21 Who can forgive sins, but God alone? 

6. 4 but for the priests alone 

9. 36 when the voice was past, Jesus was . . alone 
to. 40 my sister hath left me to serve alone ? 
John 6. 15 again into a mountain himself alone 
6. 22 his disciples were gone away alone 
8. 9 [Jesus was left alone, and the woman] 
8. 16 for I am not alone, but I and the Father 

8. 29 the Father hath not left me alone 
12. 24 it abideth alone : but if it die, it 

16. 32 aud shall leave me alone, .yet. .not alone 
Rom 11 3 and I am left alone, and they seek 
Gal. 6. 4 shall he have rejoicing in himself elone 
1 Th. 3. 1 thought it good to be left at Athens alone 
Heb. 9. 7 into the second, .the high priest alone 

ALONG — 

l.A way, 7172 derek. 

Judg. 9. 25 robbed all that came along that way 

9. 37 another company come aloug by the plain 

2. To go on, ^n halak. 

1 Sa. 6. 12 And the kine. .went along the highway 

2 Sa. 3. 16 her husband went with her along weeping 
Jer. 41. 6 Ishmael. .went forth, .weeping all along 

3. The fulness of his stature, in Dip n 4 ?? meloqomatho. 

1 Sa. 28. 20 Saul fell straightway all along on the 
[See also All along, draw, go, lay, pass, run.) 
ALOOF — 
From before, 133D minneged. 

Psa. 38. 11 my friends stand aloof from my sore 
A'-LOTH/n'iSj; ascents, steepts. 

A hilly region near Asher. But if the name is Bealoth, 
as some translate the original (making "in" the first 
letter of the root instead of a preposition), then it would 
be a town in the S.E. of Judah. 

1 Ki. 4. 16 Baanah. .(was) in Asher and in A. 
ALOUD — 
l.(With) the throat, j'na garon. 

Isa. 58. 1 Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice 
2.(With) might, "?;n chayil. 

Dan. 3. 4 au herald cried aloud, To you it is com. 

4. 14 He cried aloud, and said thus, Hew down 

5. 7 kingcried aloud to bring in the astrologers 
':!. ( ryvng out, shouting, xn re-a. 

Mic. 4. 9 Now why dost thou cry out aloud ? 

4.^-1 great voice, ?iia Tip kol gadol. 

1 Ki. 18. 27 Elijah mocked them, aud said, Cry aloud 
18. 28 And they cried aloud, aud cut themselves 
5. To lift up) {the voice), on rum. 

Ezra 3. 12 and many shouted aloud for joy 
[See also Cry, sing.] 

ALOUD for joy — 

To sing or cry aloud, jri ranan, 3. 

Psa. 132. 16 her saints shall shout aloud for joy 
AL'-PHA, *A\<p a (first letter of the Greek alphabet). 
A title of Christ, descriptive of his position in relation 
to the new economy, "the beginning." See also Omega. 
Rev. 1. 8 I am A. aud Omega, the beginning and 
1. 11 Saying, [I am A. and Omega, the first] 
21 6 1 am A. and Omega, the beginning and 
22. 13 I am A. and Omega, the beginning and 

AL-PHE'-TJS, 'A\(/>a?oy leader, chief. 

1. Father of James, oue of the twelve apostles. 

Matt 10. 3 James(theson)of A., and Lebbeus, whose 
Mark 3. iS and James the (son) of A., and Thaddeus 
Luke 6. 15 James the (son) of A., and Simon called 
Acts 1. 13 James (the son) of A., and Simon Zelotes 

2. Father of Levi (or Matthew) the apostle and evangel- 
ist. Perhaps the same as No. 1. 

Mark 2. 14 he saw Levi the (son) of A. sitting at the 
ALREADY — 
1. Already, ""D? lehir. 

Feci. 1. 10 it hath been already of old time 



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Eccl. 2. 12 that which hath been already done 

3. 15 that which is to be hath already been 

4. 2 I praised the dead which are already dead 
6. 10 That which hath been is named already 

H.JVow, at, or by this time, fjdrj ede. 

Matt. 5. 28 committed adultery with her already 
17. 12 That Elias is come already, and they 
Markis. 44 Pilate marvelled if he were already 
Luke i2. 49 what will I, if it be already kindled 
John 3. 18 that believeth not is condemned already 
4. 35 for they are white already to harvest 
9. 22 the Jews had agreed already, that if 
9. 27 answered them, I have told you already 
n. 17 that he had (lain), .four days [already] 
19. 33 and saw that he was dead already Ac. 2 7.9 

1 t-'O. 5. 3 For I verily, .have judged already, as 
Phil. 3. 12 Not as though I had already, .already 

2 Th. 2. 7 mystery of iniquity doth already work 

1 Ti. 5. 15 some are already turned aside after 

2 Ti. 2. 18 that the resurrection is past already 
1 Jo. 4. 3 even now already is it in the world 

[See also Attain, now, sin.] 
ALSO — 
1. Or, either, rather, in*. 

Prov. 30. 3 1 A greyhound ; an he-goat also ; and a king 

2.0nly, ^n ak. 

Lev. 23. 27 Also on the tenth (day) of this seventh 

Z.Also, f]N aph. 

Gen. 40. 16 he said unto Joseph, I also (was) in my 
1 Ch. 8. 32 these also dwelt with their brethren 

4. Also, F]N aph. 

Ezra 5. 10 We asked their names also, to certify thee 
5. 14 the vessels also of gold and silver of the 
6. 5 also let the golden and silver vessels 

Dan. 6. 22 also before thee, O king, have I done no 
5. Even, also, na gam. 

Gen. 3. 6 gave also unto her husband with her 

1 Sa. 19. 24 ; Eccl. 1. 17 ; 2. 15 ; 8. 14. 
6. Also, even, a\\d Kai alia kai, Rom. 6. 5. 
7. And, also, even Kai kai. 

Matt. 22. 26; Luke 23. 27; 1 Co. 7. 34; 15. 40; Ph. 4. 3. 
S.Thits, .13 koh. 

1 Sa. 25 22 So and more also do God unto the enemies 

Q.And with this, dy.a Se Kai hama de kai. 

Acts 24. 26 He hoped also that money should have 
\QTridy, indeed, 5^ de. 

Matt 13. 23 which also beareth fruit, and bringeth 

1 1^4 ay more, yet, still, 'in eti. 

Luke 14. 26 and his own life also, he cannot be my 
12. And truly indeed, (xevroi Kai mentoi kai. 

Jude 8 Likewise also these (filthy) dreamers defile 

13. And, also, re te. 

Heb. 11. 32 time would fail me to tell of. .David also 

ALSO, for that — 

In their erring, Daty? beshaggam. 

Gen. 6. 3 the Lord said, .for that he also (is) flesh 

ALSO if — 

And if, Kav laCn. 

Matt 21. 21 also if ye shall say unto this motiutain 

ALSO not — 

Not even, ouSe oude. 

Kom.11. 21 (take heed) lest he also spare not thee 

ALTAR — 

\.Lion of God, "rs'nx oriel. 

Eze. 43. 15 So the altar (shall be) four cubits 

'2. Hill of God, ^in harel. 

Eze. 43. 15 from the altar and upward (shall be) four 

3. Slaughter place, nnip madbach. 

Ezra 7. 17 offer them upon the altar of the house of 
4, Slaughter place, n?ip mizbeach. 
Gen. 8. 20 Noah builded an altar unto the LORD 
8. 20 and offered burnt offerings on the altar 
12. 7 there builded he an altar unto the Lord 

12. 8 there he builded an altar unto the LORD 

13. 4 Unto the place of the altar, which he had 
13. 18 built there an altar unto the Lord 

22. 9 Abraham built an altar there and laid the 
22. 9 laid him on the altar upon the wood 
26. 25 he builded an altar there, and called upon 
33. 20 he erected there an altar, and called it 
35. 1 make there an altar unto God, that 
35. 3 I will make there an altar unto God 
35. 7 he built there an altar, and called the place 
Exod. 17. 15 Moses built an altar, and called the name 
20. 24 An altar of earth thou shalt make unto 
20. 25 if thou wilt make me an altar of stone 

20. 26 Neither, .go up by steps unto mine altar 

21. 14 thou shalt take him from mine altar 

24. 4 builded an altar under the hill, and twelve 
6 half of the blood he sprinkled on the altar 
[ thou shalt make an altar (of) shittim wood 
1 the altar shall be four square 
5 put it under the compass of the altar 

5 may be even to the midst of the altar 

6 thou shalt make staves for the altar 

7 shall be upon the two sides of the altar 

28. 43 when they come near unto the altar to 

29. 12 put (it) upon the horns of the altar 
29. 12 the blood beside the bottom of the altar 
29. n kidneys .and burn (them) upon the altar 



24. 

2 7- 

27. 
27. 
27. 
27. 
27. 



Exod. 29, 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29. 
29, 
29. 
29. 
-9. 
30. 
30. 
3°' 
3<>< 
30. 
3*' 
3 1 - 
3 2 - 
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35- 
35- 
37- 



16 sprinkle (it) found about upon the altar 
18 burn the whole ram upon the altar 

20 sprinkle the blood upon the altar round 

21 take of the blood that (is) upon the altar 
25 burn (them) upon the altar for a burnt off. 

36 thou shalt cleanse the altar, when thou 

37 shalt make an atonement for the altar 

37 the altar, .shall be an altar most holy 

38 which thou shalt offer upon the altar 
44 sanctify the tabernacle, .and the altar 

1 thou shalt make an altar to burn incense 
18 put it between the tabernacle . .and the altar 
20 when they came near to the altar to minis. 

27 and his vessels, .and the altar of incense 

28 the altar of burnt offering with all his 

8 And the table. . and the altar of incense 

9 the altar of burnt offering with all his 

5 Aaron saw (it) he built an altar before it ' 
13 ye shall destroy their altars, break their 

15 And the incense altar, and his staves 

16 The altar of burnt offering, with his brasen 

25 he made the incense altar (of ) shittim wood 

1 he made the altar of burnt offering (of) 

3 he made all the vessels of the altar 

4 he made for the altar a brasen grate 

7 the staves into the rings, .of the altar 
30 therewith he made, .the brasen altar 
30 and all the vessels of the altar 

38 the golden altar, and the anointing oil 

39 The brasen altar, and his grate of brass 

5 thou shalt set the altar of gold for the 

6 shalt set the altar of the burnt offering 

7 laver between the tent, .and the altar 

10 thou shalt anoint the altar of the burnt off. 

10 the altar, .shall be an altar most holy 

26 he put the golden altar in the tent 

29 he put the altar of burnt offering (by) the 

30 laver between the tent, .and the altar 

32 when they came near unto the altar, they 

33 the court round about, .the altar 

5 sprinkle the blood, .upon the altar 

7 And. .shall put fire upon the altar 

8 the fire which (is) upon the altar 

9 priest shall burn all on the altar 

11 on the side of the altar, .upon the altar 

12 on the fire which (is) upon the altar 

13 priest shall burn . .(it) upon the altar 
15 the priest shall bring it unto the altar 

15 off his head, and burn (it) on the altar 

16 cast it beside the altar on the east part 

17 priest shall burn it upon the altar 

2 burn the memorial of it upon the altar 

8 he shall bring it unto the altar 

9 and shall burn (it) upon the altar 

12 they shall not be burnt on the altar 

2 shall sprinkle the blood upou the altar 
5 Aaron's sous shall burn it on the altar 

8 shall sprinkle the blood, .upon the altar 

11 the priest shall burn it upon the altar 

13 sprinkle the blood thereof upon the altar 
16 priest shall burn them upon the altar 

7 of the altar of sweet incense before the 
7 all the blood, .at the bottom of the altar 
10 priest shall burn them upon the altar 

18 of the altar which (is) before the Lord 
iS all the blood at the bottom of the altar 

19 he shall, .burn (it) upon the altar 

25 horns of the altar, .the altar, .of the altar 

26 shall burn all his fat upon the altar 

30 put (it) upon the horns of the altar 

20 all the blood . . at the bottom of the altar 

31 priest shall burn (it) upon the altar 

34 put (it) upon the horns of the altar 

35 priest shall burn (them) upon the altar 

9 sprinkle, .upon the side of the altar 

9 be wrung out at the bottom of the altar 

12 a memorial, .and burn (it) on the altar 

9 because of the burning upon the altar all 
9 and the fire of the altar shall be burning 
10 the fire hath consumed . . on the altar 

10 he shall put them beside the altar 

12 the fire of the altar shall be burning in it 

13 shall ever be burning upon the altar 

14 Aaron shall offer it. .before the altar 

15 shall burn (it) upon the altar (for) a sweet 
2 blood, .shall he sprinkle, .upon the altar 
5 priest shall burn them upon the altar 

31 priest shall burn, .upon the altar 

1 1 sprinkled thereof upon the altar seven times 

11 and anointed the altar and all his vessels 
15 horns of the altar, .the altar, .of thealtar 

15 poured the blood at the bottom of the altar 

16 and Moses burned (it) upou the altar 

19 sprinkled the blood upon the altar round 

21 Moses burnt the whole ram upon the altar 
24 sprinkled the blood upon the altar round 
28 burnt (them) on the altar upon the burnt 
30 the blood which (was) upon the altar 

7 Go unto the altar, and offer thy sin offerii; 

8 Aaron therefore went unto the altar 

9 put it upon the horns of the altar 

9 out the blood at the bottom of the altar 
10 But the fat. .he burnt upon the altar 

12 sprinkled round about upon the altar 

13 and he burnt (them) upon the altar 
i4 upon the burnt offering on the altar 

17 burnt (it) upon the altar, beside the burnt 

18 he sprinkled upon the altar round about 

20 and he burnt the fat upon the altar 

24 and consumed upon the altar the burnt off. 
12 and eat it without leaven beside the altar 
20 offer the burnt offering, .upon the altar 



Deut 



18. 
18. 
18. 
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23 
23, 
23, 
23. 
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2Sa. 
iKi. 



16. 
26. 
27. 
27. 
27. 
33- 



Josh. 8. 



19. 
19. 



take a censer full, .from off the altar 
And he shall go out unto the altar 
put (it) upon the horns of the altar 
made an end of reconciling, .the altar 
the fat . . shall he burn upon the altar 
he shall make an atonement . . for the altar 
shall sprinkle the blood upon the altar 
I have given it to you upon the altar 
he shall not. .come nigh unto the altar 
an offering by fire of them upon the altar 
(is) by the tabernacle, and by the altar 
their charge (shall be) the. .altars 
upon the golden altar they shall spread a 
they shall take the ashes from the altar 
the censers, .all the vessels of the altar 
(is) by the tabernacle and by the altar 
shall wave, .and offer it upon the altar 
memorial, .and burn (it) upon the altar 
both the altar and all the vessels thereof 
offered for dedicating of the altar 
offered their offering before the altar 
prince, .for the dedicating of the altar 
This (was> the dedication of the altar 
This (was) the dedication of the altar 
broad plates (for) a covering of the altar 
broad (plates for) a covering of the altar 
put fire therein from off the altar 
not come nigli the vessels, .of the altar 
ye shall keep, .the charge of the altar 
your, .office for every thing of the altar 
sprinkle their blood upon the altar 
Build me here seven altars 
Balaam offered on (every) altar a bullock 
he said . . I have prepared seven altars 
and I have offered upon (every) altar a 
built seven altars, and offered a bullock 
and a ram on (every) altar 
Balaam said. .Build me here seven altars 
and offered a bullock, .on (every) altar 
ye shall destroy their altars, and break 
And ye shall overthrow their altars 
offer thy burnt offerings, .upon the altar 
blood . . shall be poured out upon the altar 
any trees near unto the altar of the Lord 
and set it down before the altar 
then shalt thou build an altar 
an altar of stones : thou shalt not lift 
Thou shalt build the altar of the Lord 
whole burnt sacrifice upon thine altar 
Then Joshua built an altar unto the Lord 
an altar of whole stones, over which no 
for the altar of the Lord, even unto this 
Mauasseh built there an altar . . a great altar 
children of Reuben, .have built an altar 
in that ye have builded you an altar 
in building you an altar beside the altar 
That we have built us an.altar to turn 
Let us now prepare to build us an altar 
Behold the pattern of the altar of the Lord 
to build an altar, .beside the altar 
children of Reuben, .called the altar (ii'd) 
ye shall throw down their altars 
Gideon built an altar there unto the Lord 
and throw down the altar of Baal 
And build an altar unto the Lord thy God 
behold, the altar of Baal was cast down 
second bullock was offered upon the altar 
he hath cast down the altar of Baal 
because (one) hath cast down his altar 
because he hath thrown down his altar 
the flame went up. .from off the altar 
angel, .ascended in the flame of the altar 
that the people, .built there an altar 
I choose him. .to offer upon mine altar 
I shall not cut off from mine altar 
and there he built an altar unto the Lord 
Saul built an altar, .the first altar 
Go up, rear an altar unto the Lord 
to build an altar unto the Lord 
David built there an altar unto the Lord 
caught hold on the horns of the altar 
caught hold on the horns of the altar 
and they brought him down from the altar 
caught hold on the horns of the altar 
and, behold, (lie is) by the altar 
thousand burnt offerings, .upon that altar 
and (so) covered the altar (which was of) 
also the whole altar . . he overlaid with gold 
the altar of gold, and the table of gold 
Solomon stood before the altar of the Lord 
and the oath come before thine altar in 
he arose from before the altar of the LORD 
because the brasen altar, .(was) too little 
upon the altar which he built unto the 
and he offered upon the altar 
he offered upon the altar, .the altar 
Jeroboam stood by the altar to burn 
he cried against the altar, .altar, altar 
Behold, the altar shall be rent 
which had cried against the altar, .altar 
The altar also was rent, .from the altar 
saying which he cried . . against the altar 
And he reared up an altar for Baal 
And they leaped upon the altar which was 
And he repaired the altar of the Lord 
And with the stones he built an altar 
and he made a trench about the altar 
And the water ran round about the altar 
Israel have, .thrown down thine altars 
Israel have, .thrown down thine altars 
(along) by the altar and the temple 
his altars and his images, .before the altar 



ALTAR 



30 



ALWAYS 



2 Ki. 12. 9 set it beside the altar, on the right side 
z6. io an altar that (was) at Damascus, .altar 
16. ii And Urijah the priest built an altar 
16. 1 2 come . . the king saw the altar . . altar 
16. 13 sprinkled the blood, .upon the altar 
16. 14 brought also the brasen altar, .the altar 
16. 14 and put it on the north side of the altar 
16. 15 the great altar burn the morning, .altar 
18. 22 whose altars Hezekiah hath taken away 

18. 22 shall worship before this altar in Jerusalem? 
21. 3 he reared up altars for Baal, and made a 
21. 4 he built altars in the house of the Lord 
21. 5 he built altars for all the host of heaven 
23. 9 the priests, .came not up to the altar 

23. 12 the altars that (were) on the top 
23. 12 the altars .which Manasseh had made 
23. 15 Moreover the altar that (was), .that altar 
23. 16 and burned (them) upon the altar 
23. 17 thou hast done against the altar of Beth-el 
23. 20 that (were) there upon the altars 
1 Ch. 6. 49 Aaron and his sons offered upon the altar 
6. 49 and on the altar of incense, (and were ap.) 
16. 40 To offer burnt offerings, .upon the altar 
2i. 18 David should go up, and set up an altar 
21. 22 that I may build an altar therein unto the 
21. 26 And David built there an altar unto the 
21. 26 he answered him. .by Are upon the altar 

21. 29 the tabernacle of the Lord, .and the altar 

22. 1 this (is) the altar of the burnt offering 
28. 18 for the altar of incense refined gold 

Ch. 1. 5 brasen altar that Bezaleel. .had made 
1. 6 Solomon went up thither to the. .altar 

4. 1 Moreover he made an altar of brass 
4. 19 the golden altar also, and the tables 

5. 12 stood at the east end of the altar 

6. 12 And he stood before the altar of the LORD 

6. 22 and the oath come before thine altar 

7. 7 because the brasen altar, .was not able 

7. 9 kept the dedication of the altar seven days 

8. 12 offered burnt offerings, .on the altar 

14. 3 took away the altars of the strange (gods) 

15. 8 and renewed the altar of the Lord 
23. 10 set all the people, .along by the altar 
23. 17 brake his altars and images . .his altars 
26. 16 and went, .to burn incense upon the altar 
26. 19 rose up. .from beside the incense altar 

28. 24 he made him altars in every corner 

29. 18 We have cleansed, .the altar of burnt off. 
29. 19 they (are) before the altar of the Lord 
29. 21 commanded, .to offer (them) on the altar 
29. 22 priests, .sprinkled (it) on the altar 

29. 22, 22 sprinkled the blood upon the altar 
29. 24 made reconciliation . . upon the altar 

29. 27 offer the burnt offering upon the altar 

30. 14 they rose and took away the altar that 

31. 1 threw down the high places and the altars 

32. 12 taken,away his high places and his altars 

32. 12 Ye shall worship before one altar 

33. 3 he reared up altars for Baalim. 

33. 4 he built altars in the house of the Lord 
33. 5 he built altars for all the host 
33. 15 all the altars that he had built 

33. 16 he repaired the altar of the Lord 

34. 4 they brake down the altars of Baalim 
34. 5 burnt the bones, .upon their altars 

34. 7 when he had broken down the altars 

35. 16 to offer burnt offerings upon the altar 
Ezra 3. 2 and builded the altar of the God 

3. 3 And they set the altar upon his bases 
Neh. 10. 34 to burn upon the altar of the Lord our 
Psa. 26. 6 so will I compass thine altar, O Lord 
43. 4 Then will I go unto the altar of God 
51. 19 shall they offer bullocks upon thine altar 
84. 3 thine altars, Lord of hosts, my King 
118. 27 unto the horns of the altar 
£sa. 6. 6 (which) he had taken, .from off the altar 
17. 8 And he shall not look to the altars 

19. 19 In that day shall there be an altar 
27. 9 he maketh all the stones of the altar 

36 7 whose altars Hezekiah hath taken away 

36. 7 Ye shall worship before this altar 
56. 7 sacrifices, .accepted upon mine altar 
60. 7 they shall come up. .on mine altar 

Jer. 11. 13 set up altars to (that) shameful, .altars 
17. 1 and upon the horns of your altars 
17. 2 their children remember their altars 
Lam. 2. 7 The Lord hath cast off his altar 
Eze. 6. 4 And your altars shall be desolate 

6. 5 scatter, .bones round about your altars 
6. 6 that your altars may be laid' waste 
6. 13 among their idols, .about their altars 
8. 5 northward at the gate of the altar 

8. 16 between the porch and the altar (were) 

9. 2 and stood beside the brasen altar 

40. 46 the keepers of the charge of the altar 

40. 47 and the altar, .before the house 

41. 22 The altar of wood (was) three cubits high 
43- 13 (are) the measures of the altar, .altar 

43. iS These (are) the ordinances of the altar in 
43. 22 and they shall cleanse the altar 
43. 26 Seven days shall they purge the altar 
43. 27 make your burnt offerings upon the altar 
45. 19 four corners of the settle of the altar 
47. 1 at the south (side) of the altar 
Hos. 8. 11 hath made many altars to sin, altars 

10. 1 of his fruit ho hath incrrnspd the altars 
10. 2 he shall break down their altars 

10. 8 thistle shall ooroe up on their altars 

12. 11 their altars (arc) as heaps in the furrows 

Joel 1. 13 howl, ye ministers of the altar 

2. 17 weep between the porch and the altar 

Amos 2. 8 clothes laid to pledge oy every altar 



Amos 3. 14 I will also visit the altars of Beth-el 
3. 14 the horns of the altar shall be cut off 

9. 1 1 saw the Lord standing upon the altar 
Zech. 9. 15 as the corners of the altar 

14. 20 shall be like the bowls before the altar 
Mai. 1. 7 Ye offer polluted bread upon mine altar 

1. 10 neither do ye kindle (tire) on mine altar 

2. 13 covering the altar of the Lord with tears 

5.A raised glace, $<*>ijl6s bdmos. 

Acts 17. 23 I found an altar with this inscription 
G.J place of sacrifice, dvciaar-ripiov thusiasterion. 

Matt. 5. 23 if thou bring thy gift to the altar 

5. 24 Leave there thy gift before the altar 
22. 18 Whosoever shall swear by the altar 
22. 19 or the altar that sanctifieth the gift 

22. 20 Whoso therefore shall swear by the altar 
22. 35 slew between the temple and the altar 

Luke 1. 11 standing on the right side of the altar 
1 1. 5 1 winch perished between the altar and the 

Rom. 1 1. 3 and digged down thine altars ; and I am 

1 Co. 9. 13 altar, .and they which wait at the altar 

10. 18 not they which eat. .partakers of the altar 
Heb. 7. 13 no man gave attendance at the altar 

13. 10 We have an altar whereof they have no 
Jas. 2. 21 had offered Isaac his son upon the altar 
Rev. 6. 9 I saw under the altar the souls of them 

8. 3 angel came and stood at the altar, .altar 

8. 5 and filled it with fire of the altar 

9. 13 the golden altar which is before God 

11. 1 measure the temple, .and the altar 

14. 18 another angel came out from the altar 
16. 7 1 heard another out of the altar say 

A1TARS for incense — 

Incense altars, ni~iBj2P meqatteroth. 

2 Ch. 30. 14 all the altars for incense took they away 
ALTARS of brick — 

Brick altars, Tij^b lebenah. 

Isa. 65. 3 and burnetii incense upon altars of brick 
AL-TASCHITH — 
Destroy or corrupt not, rtnifn ?N al-tashcheth. 

Psa. 57. title. To the chief Musician, A.-t., Michtam 

58. title. To the chief Musician, A.-t., Michtam 

59. title. To the chief Musician, A.-t., Michtam 
75. title. To the chief Musician, A.-t., A Psalm 

ALTER, to — 

l.To exchange, *l?n chalaph, 5. 

Lev. 27. 10 He shall not alter it, nor change it 

2. To pass on, or away, *nj£ ada. 

Dan. 6. 8 the law of the Medes. .which altereth 

6. 12 the law of the Medes. .which altereth 

3. To change, x$ shena, 5. 

Ezra 6. 11 a decree, .whosoever shall alter this 
6. 12 that shall put to their hand to alter 

4. To change, n$ shanah, 3. 

Psa. 89. 34 My covenant will I not break nor alter 

ALTERED, to be — 

l.To fiass over, ->3J> abar. 

Esth. 1. 19 commandment, .that it be not altered 

2. To become of another kind, yivofiai erepos. 
Luke 9. 29 fashion of his countenance was altered 

ALTHOUGH — 

l.That, because, "3 hi. 

Exod 13. 17 land of the Philistines, although that 
2. Although, '3 *]N aph ki. 

Job 35. 14 Although thou sayest thou shalt not see 

2>.And if, koX el kai ei. 

Marki4- 29 Although all shall be offended, yet (will) 

4. And tndy, kclitoi kaitoi. 

Heb. 4. 3 although the works were finished from 

ALTOGETHER — 
l.One, irjN echad, 

Jer. io. " 8 But they are altogether brutish and 
2. Together, in; yachad. 

Psa. 19. 9 judgments, .(are) ..righteous altogether 
53. 3 they are altogether become filthy 
62. 9 they (are) altogether (lighter) than vanity 
Isa. 10. 8 (Are) not my princes altogether kings 
Jer. 5. 5 these have altogether broken the yoke 

3. A II, ^3 kol. 

Psa. 39. 5 his best state (is) altogether vanity 

4. Wholly, ftbs Jcalah. 

Gen. 18. 21's'ee whether they have done altogether 
Exod ii. 1 shall, .thrust you out hence altogether 
2Ch. 12. 12 he would not destroy (him) altogether 

5. Vanity, Sdh hchel. 

Job 27. 12 why then are ye thus altogether vain? 

6. Wholly, o\os holos. 

John 9. 34 Thou wast altogether born in sins, and 
7. . I Itogeiher, iravrm pantos. 

1 Co. 5. 10 Yet not altogether with the fornicators 
9. 10 Or saith he (it) altogether for our sakes ? 

S.In or with much, eV iroWw en polio. 

Acts 26. 29 [altogether] such as I am, except these 



A'-LTJSH, t^x wild place. 

The 9th encampment of Israel on the way from Sin to 

Sinai. 

NUIU33. 13 And they departed, .and encamped in A. 
33. 14 And they removed from A., and encamped 

AX'-VAH or AL'-IAH, m^tt, ^?1 sublimity. 

A duke of Edom, descended from Esau, B.C. 1740. 

Gen. 36. 40 names of the dukes . . of Esau . . duke A. 

1 Ch. 1. 51 dukes of Edom. .duke Timnah, duke A. 
AX'- VAN", pby, |£« sttblime. 
Son of Shobai, a descendant of Seir, B.C. 1760. 

Gen. 36. 23 the children of Shobai (were) these ; A. 

1 Ch. 1. 40 The sons of Shobai, A. and Manahath 
ALWAY — 

l.(For) pre-eminence, perpetuity, nyi netsach. 
Psa. 9. 18 the needy shaU not alway be forgotten 

2. (For an) indefinite time, D^iy olam. 

Job 7. 16 I loathe (it); I would not live alway 

3. Continually, Tpn tamid. 

Exod 25. 30 set upon the table, .before me alway 
Num. 9. 16 it was alway: the cloud covered it (by day) 

2 Sa. 9. 10 shall eat bread alway at my table 
Prov.28. 14 Happy (is) the man that feareth alway 

4. All the days, D'p;n Sb kol hay-yamim. 

Deutn. 1 judgments, and his commandments, alway 
28. 33 shalt be only oppressed and crushed alway 

1 Ki. 11. 36 David my servant may have a light alway 

2 Ki. 8. 19 promised him to give him alway a light 

5. Through all {time), StawavT6s diapantos. 

Acts 10. 2 much alms, .and prayed to God alway 
Rom. 1 1. 10 and bow down their back alway 

6. All the days, iraaas tcls 7}fj.epas. 
Matt 28. 20 and, lo, I am with you alway 

7. Always, wdi/TOTe pantote. 

John 7. 6 but your time is alway ready 

Phil. 4. 4 rejoice in the Lord alway : (and) again I 

Col. 4. 6 Let your speech (be) alway with grace 

1 Th. 2. 16 to fill up their sins alway ; for the wrath 

2 Th. 2. 13 But we are bound to give thanks alway 
8. Ever, always, aei aei. 

2 Co. 4. 11 For we which live are alway delivered 

6. 10 As sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing ; as poor 
Titus 1. 12 Cretians (are) alway liars, evil beasts 
Heb. 3. 10 They do alway err in (their) heart; and 

ALWAYS — 

1. [For) pre-eminence, perpetuity, n^3 netzack. 
Psa. 103. g He will not always chide ; neither 
Isa. 57. 16 neither will I be always wroth 

%(For an) indefinite time, D?iy olam. 

Gen. 6. 3 My spirit shall not always strive with 
1 Ch. 16. 15 Be ye mindful always of his covenant 
Jer. 20. 17 her womb (to be) always great (with me) 

3. Continually, ~rc:n tamid. 

Exod 27. 20 to cause the lamp to burn always 

28. 38 it shall always be upon his forehead 
Deutn. 12 the eyes of the Lord, .(are) always upon 
Psa. 16. 8 I have set the Lord always before me 
Prov. 5. 19 be thou ravished always with her love 
Eze. 38. 8 mountains, .which have been always 

4. All the days, D'p.'rr hb kol hay-yamin. 

Deut. 5. 29 keep all my commandments always 
6. 24 to fear the Lord, .for our good always 
14. 23 mayest learn to fear the Lord, .always 
2CI1. 18. 7 he never prophesied good.. but always 

h.In all time, nj;"Sp3 be-kol-eth. 

Job 27. 10 will he always call upon God? 
Psa. 10. 5 His ways are always grievous ; thy 
Prov. 8. 30 daily, .delight, rejoicing always 
Eccl. 9. 8 Let thy garment be always white, and 

b.Ever, always, aei aei. 

Acts 7. 51 ye do always resist the Holy Ghost : as 

1 Pe. 3. 15 ready always to (give) an answer to every 

2 Pe. 1. 12 to put you always in remembrance of 
7. Through all (time), Bid iravT6s, diapantos. 

Matt 18. 10 in heaven their angels do always behold 
Acts 2. 25 I foresaw the Lord always before my face 
2 Th. 3. 16 give you peace always by all means 

8. Through all (time), Hia.Tra.vT6s diapantos. 
Mark 5. 5 always, night and day, lie was in the 
Acts 24. 16 to have always a conscience void of 
Heb. 9. 6 priests went always into the first tabern. 

9. Each time, eKaarore hekastote. 

2 Pe. 1. 15 have these things always in remembrance 

10. In every season, ev iravrl Kaiptp. 

Luke 21. 36 Watch ye, therefore, and pray always 
Eph. 6. 18 Praying always with all prayer and 

W.In every way, iravr-n pante. 

Acts 24. 3 We accept (it) always, and in all places 

12. Always, iravT ore pantote. 

Matt 26. 11 poor always, .me ye have not always 
Mark 14. 7 you always, but me ye have not always 
Luke 18. 1 men ought always to pray, and not to 
John 8. 29 I do always those things that please him 

11. 42 I knew that thou hearest me always : but 

12. 8 poor always, .but me ye have not always 
18. 20 in the temple, whither the Jews [always] 

Rom. 1. 9 I make mention of you always in my 
1 Co. 1. 4 I thank my God always on your behalf 



AMAD 



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AMBASSADOR 



i Co. 15. 58 always abounding in the work of the Lord 
2 Co. 2. 14 which always causeth us to triumph in 

4. 10 Always bearing about in the body the 

5. 6 Tnerefore . .always confident, knowing 

9. 8 always having all sufficiency in all(things) 
Gal. 4. iS good to be zealously affected always in 
Eph. 5. 20 Giving thanks always tor all things unto 
Phil. 1. 4 Always in every prayer of mine tor you 

1. 20 but. .with all boldness, as always, .now 

2. 12 my beloved, as ye have always obeyed 
Col. 1. 3 We give thanks . .praying always for you 

4. 12 always labouring fervently for you in 

1 Th. 1. 2 We give thanks to God always for you all 

3. 6 ye have good remembrance of us always 

2 Tb. 1. 3 We are bound to thank God always for you 

1. 11 Wherefore also we pray always for you 
Phm. 4 making mention of thee always in my 

AM' -AD, Tj£Oy a station. 

A town on the border of Asber, near Alammeleeh. 
Josh. 19. 26 And Alammeleeh, and A., and Misheal 

A'-MAX, hoy labouring. 

A descendant of Asher through Beriak bis son, B.C. 1600. 

1 Ch. 7. 35 Aud the sons of his brother Helem. . A. 
A-MA'-LEK, p*7&SL warlike, dweller in the vale. 

1. Son of Eliphaz and grandson of Esau, B.C. 1680. 

Gen. 36. 12 and she bare to Eliphaz A. : these (were) 
36. 16 Duke Korah, duke Gatam, (and) duke A. 
1 Ch. 1 . 36 The sons of Eliphaz ; Teman . . and A. 

2. The name is also applied to hie descendants, who are, 
however, generally called Amalekites. 

Exod 17. 8 Then came A., aud fought with Israel 
17. 9 Choose, .men, and go out, fight with A. 
17. 10 So Joshua, .fought with A.: and Moses 
17. 11 when he let down bis hand, A. prevailed 

17. 13 Joshua discomfited A. and his people 

17. 14 I will, .put out the remembrance of A. 
17. 16 the Lord (will have) war with A. from 

Num 24. 20 when he looked on A., he took up his 

24. 20 and said, A. (was) the first of the nations 
Daut 25. 17 Remember what A. did unto thee by the 

25. 19 thou shalt blot out the remembrance of A. 
Judg 3. 13 he gathered unto him the children of. .A. 

5. 14 Out of Ephraim. . a root of them against A. 
1 Sa. 15. 2 I remember (that) which A. did to Israel 

15. 3 Now go and smite A., aud utterly 
15. 5 Saul came to a city of A., and laid wait 
15. 20 and have brought Agag the king of A. 
28. 18 nor executedst his fierce wrath upon A. 
2Sa. 8. 12 of the Philistines, and of A., and of the 
iCh.18. 11 that he brought from. .the children of A 
Psa. 83. 7 Gebal, and Amnion, and A.; the Philistines 

A-MA-LE-E3TE, 'p 1 ??^. belonging to Amalek. 
The name of a people and country smitten by Chedor- 
laomer and his confederates in the days of Abraham, 
B.C. 1917 (Gen. 14. 7), erroneously supposed by some to 
be the descendants of Amxlek, the son of Eliphaz (eldest 
son of Esau, Gen. 36. 10-16; 1 Ch. 1. 36), by his concubine 
Timna. Without any provocation they came and at- 
tacked the rear of Israel as they were journeying through 
the wilderness, but were defeated by Joshua at Rephidim 
(Exod. 17. 8-16), and iu consequence of this assault a 
perpetual war was declared against them by Jehovah ; 
they dwelt in the land of the S. of Judah (Num. 13. 29), 
and in the valley (Num. 14. 25); along with theCaauan- 
ites they defeated the rash attack of Israel, and drove 
them even uuto Hormah (Num. 14. 43-45); they are 
called by Balaam " the first of the nations" (or Goyhn), 
either from their antiquity, or then* warlike character, 
or from their being the first to attack Israel (Num. 24. 20), 
which was henceEorth required to "remember" their 
treacherous attack (Deut. 25. 17-19). They, along with 
the children of Amnion, joined with Eglou, king of Moab 
(B.C. 1354), to attack Israel, and took Jericho, the city 
of palm-trees (Judg. 3. 13); they were successfully 
opposed by the Ephraimites in the conflict with Jabin, 
king of Hazir, B.C. 1256 (Judg. 5. 14); they joined with 
the Midianites an I the children of the East (or Kedeni) 
in the days of Gideon, the son of Joash the Abi-ezrite, 
B.C. 1256 (Judg. 6. 3), but were defeated by him in the 
valley of Jezreel(Judg. 6. 33, 7. 12-22); they are mentioned 
among the oppressors of Israel (Judg. 10. 12); they had 
once possession of a mountain in the land of Ephraim, 
in which Abdon, the son of Hillel the Pirathonite was 
buried, B.C. 1112 (Judg. 12. 15); they were smitten by 
Saul, B.C. ioS5 (1 Sa. 14. 48); again by him, B.C. 1079, 
throughout their whole country "from HavilahtoShur," 
on the border of Egypt, when Agag then* king was cut 
in pieces (1 Sa. 15. 2-33); they were invaded and 
destroyed by David (1 Sa. 27. 8-10) ; their previous non- 
destruction by Saul was the cause of his rejection (1 Sa. 
28. 18); in David's absence they invaded and plundered 
Ziglag, B.C. 1056, and carried off his two wives and others 
as captives, but they were pursued, overtaken, and 
defeated by David (1 Sa. 30. 1-3 1); one of their nation 
accusing himself of Saul's death was rut to death by- 
David (2 Sa. 1. 1-16), by whom their silver and gold was 
dedicated to Jehovah (2 Sa. 8, 12 ; 1 Ch. 18. 11); they 
were again smitten in the days of Hezekiah, B.C. 726-693, 
by five hundred men of the tribe of Simeon, who there- 
after dwelt in their place, at the east of the valley of 
Gedor, or Gerar (1 Ch. 4. 39-43) ; they are mentioned 
with Amnion and the Philistines as among the enemies 
of Israel (Psa. 83. 7). They are not again noticed in 
Scripture, except Haman the Agagite be reckoned one 
of their nation, which is not improbable (Esth. 3. 1), &c. 
Comp. Num 24. 7. 

Gen. 14. 7 and smote all the country of the A. 

Nunn 3 . 29 The A. dwell in the land of the south 
14. 25 Now the A. . .dwelt in the valley 



Num 14. 43 the A. . .(are) there before you, and ye 

14. 45 the A. came down, and the Canaanites 
Judg. 6. 3 and the A. . . even they came up against 

6. 33 the A... were gathered together, and went 

7. 12 the A. . .lay along in the valley like 

10. 12 the A. . .did oppress you ; aud ye cried to 
12. 15 and was buried in. .the mount of the A. 

1 Sa. 14. 48 smote the A., and delivered Israel 

15. 6 get you down from amongst the A., Ie3t 
15. 6 the Kenites departed from among the A. 
15. 7 Saul smote the A. from Havilah (ttntil) 
15. 8 he took Agag the king of the A. alive 

15. 15 They have brought them from the A.: for 
15. 18 Go and utterly destroy . .the A., and fight 
15. 20 and have utterly destroyed the A. 
15. 32 Bring ye. .Agag the king of the A. 
27. 8 and invaded . . the A. : for those (nation) 
30. 1 that the A. had invaded the south, and 
30. 13 I (ara)a . . servant to an A. ; and my master 
30. 18 David recovered all that the A. had earned 

2 Sa. 1. 1 was returned from the slaughter of the A. 

1. 8 And I answered him, I (am) an A. 

1. 13 I (am) the son of a stranger, an A. 

1 Ch. 4. 43 they smote the rest of the A. that were 

A'-MAW, D£x gathering place. 

A city near'siiema and Moladah, probably in the south 

of Judah. 

Josh.15. 26 Aniam, and Shema, and Moladah 
A-MA'-NA, rn£.\* permanent. 

The northern ridge of Antilibanus, as Hernion was the 
southern. 

Song 4. 8 look from the top of A., from the top of 

A-MAR-I'AH, n;->£X i;v~)£n Jah has said. 

1. Grandfather of Zadokj a high priest in the time of 

David, B.C. 1100. 

ICh. 6. 7 Meraioth begat A., and A. begat Ahitub 
6. 52 Meraioth his son, A. his son, Ahitub 

Ezra 7. 3 The son of A. the son of Azariah, the sou 
'2. The sou of Azariah, a high priest in the time of Solo- 
mon, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 6. 11 And Azariah begat A., and A. begat 

3. A descendant of Kohath, son of Levi, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 23. 19 the sons of Hebron. .A. the second 

24. 23 And the sons (of Hebron). .A. the second 

4. Chief priest in the time of Jehoshaphat, B.C. 912. 

2 Ch. 19. 11 behold, A. the chief priest (is) over you 

5. A Levite appointed in the time of Hezekiah to dis- 
tribute the tithes and oblations among his brethren 
B.C. 727. 

2 Ch. 31. 15 And next him (were) Eden, and. .A., and 

6. A man of the family of Bani, who took a strange wife 
during the exile, B.C. 465. 

Ezra 10. 42 Shallum, Amariah (and) Joseph 

7. A priest who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant, 

B.C. 445- 

Nell. 10. 3 Pashur, Amariah, Malchijah 
12. 2 Amariah, Malluch, Hattush 
12. 13 Of Ezra, Meshullam ; of A., Jehohanan 

8. A descendant of Judah by Pharez, some of whose 
posterity dwelt in Jerusalem after the exile, B.C. 465. 

Neh. 11. 4 Of the children of Judah. .A., the son of 

9. An ancestor of Zephaniah the prophet in the time of 
Josiah, B.C. 630. 

Zeph. 1. 1 which came unto. .A., the son of Hizkiab 

A-MA'-SA, Np'cy. burden -bearer. 

1. David's nephew, whom Absalom made captain over 
his rebel army, B.C. 1023. 

2 Sa. 17. 25 Absalom made A. captain of the host 
17. 25 which A. (was) a man's son, whose name 

19. 13 And say ye to A., (Art) thou not of my 

20. 4 Then said the king to A., Assemble 

20. 5 So A. went to assemble (the men of) Judah 
20. 8 which (is) in Gibeon, A. went before them 
20. 9 And Joab said to A., (Art) thou in health 
20. 9 And Joab took A. by the beard with 
20. 10 But A. took no heed to the sword that 
20. 12 And A. wallowed in blood in the midst 
20. 12 he removed A. out of the highway into 
1 Ki. 2. 5 what Joab. .did. .unto A. the son of 

2. 32 and slew. .A. the son of Jether, captain 

1 Ch. 2. 17 And Abigail bare A. : and the father of 

2. 17 and the father of A. (was) Jether the 

2. The name of an Ephraimite who with others resisted 
the bringing into Samaria of the Jews made prisoners 
in the time of Aliaz, B.C. 741. 

2 Ch. 28. 12 and A. the son of Hadlai, stood up against 

A-MA'-SAI, *)£>&& burden -bearer. 

1. A descendant of Kohath, son of Levi, B.C. 1045. 

1 Ch. 6. 25 And the sons of Elkanah, A., and Ahimoth 

6. 35 Elkanah, the son of Mahath, the son of A. 

2 Ch. 29. 12 the Levites arose, Mahath the son of A. 

2. A captain who joined David at Ziklag. 

1 Ch. 12. 18 Then the spirit came upon A. . .chief 

3. A priest who assisted at the bringing up the ark to 
the house of Obed-edom, B.C. 1042. 

1 Ch. 15. 24 A., and Zechariah . . did blow with the 
A-MASH'-AI, 'p^Dy. carrying spoil. 
A priest of the family of limner dwelling at Jerusalem 
B.C. 445. 

Neh. 11. 13 A. the son of Azareel, the son of Ahasai 



A-MAS r*-AH, irpcj/. Jah has strength. 
Chief captain of the army of Jehoshaphat. 

2 Ch. 17. 16 next him (was) A. . .who willingly offered 
AHA ZED — 
Amazement fell, ylvofxai 6d/j.l3os ginomai thambos. 

Luke 4. 36 they were all amazed, and spake among 

AMAZED, be greatly or sore — 
To be greatly amazed, iKBaufZtw ekthambeo. 
Mark 9. 15 straightway all. .were greatly amazed 
14. 33 began to be sore amazed, and to be very 

AMAZED, to be — 

I. To be troubled, Vns bahel, % 

Exod 15. 15 the dukes of Edom shall be amazed 
Judg 20. 41 the men of Benjamin were amazed 

2. To be cast down, r\m chathath. 

Job 32. 15 They were amazed, they answered no 
3. To be cast down, nnn tamah. 

Isa. 13. S they shall be amazed one at another 
4. To be exceedingly struck, iKirX-fjo-a-ofiai ek}}lesso. 
Matt 19. 25 they were exceedingly amazed, saying 
Luke 2. 48 when they saw him, they were amazed 
9. 43 they were all amazed at the mighty 

5. To be in an ecstasy, tuo-rao-is Zhafizv or eix € - 
Luke 5. 26 they were all amazed, and they Mr. 16. 8. 

6. To be astonished, e£i<rvn/nat existemai. 

Matt 12. 23 all the people were amazed, and said 
Mark 2. 12 insomuch that they were all amazed, and 

6. 51 they were sore amazed in themselves 
Acts 2. 7 they were all amazed, and marvelled 

2. 12 they were all amazed, and were in doubt 
9. 21 all that heard . . were amazed, and said 

7. To be astonished, awed, Qafx^4op.ai thambeomai. 

Mark 1. 27 they were all amazed, insomuch that 

10. 32 they were amazed ; and as they followed 

AMAZED, to make — 

To make astonished, cdw shamem, 5. 

Eze. 32. 10 I will make many rjeople amazed at thee 

AMAZEMENT — 

1. Ecstasy, eKaratrts ekstasis. 

Acts 3. 10 were filled with wonder and amazement 

2. Terror, ivrSncns ptoesis. 

1 Pe. 3. 6 and are not afraid with any amazement 

A- WAZ -T'att, rvssx, *n;?DN Jah has strength. 

1. Son of Joash. king of Judah, who succeeded after 

the slaughter of his father, B.C. 839. 

2 Ki. 12. 21 and A. his son reigned in his stead 

13. 12 he fought against A. king of Judah 

14. 1 reigned A. the son of Joash king of Judah 
14. 8 Then A. sent messengers to Jehoash 

14. 9 the king of Israel sent to A. king of 
14. 11 But A. would not hear. Therefore Jeho. 
14. 11 he and A. king of Judah looked one 
14. 13 Jehoash king of Israel took A. king of 
14. 15 how he fought with A. king of Judah 
14. 17 A. the son of Joash king of Judah lived 
14. 18 the rest of the acts of A. (are) they not 
14. 21 made him king instead of bis father A. 

14. 23 In the fifteenth year of A. the son of Joash 

15. 1 began Azariah the son of A. king of 
15. 3 according to all that his father A. bad 

1 Ch. 3. 12 A. his son, Azariah his son, Jotham his 

2 Ch. 24. 27 And A. his son reigned in his stead 

25. 1 A. (was) twenty and five years old (when) 
25. 5 Moreover A. gathered Judah together 
25. 9 And A. said to the man of God, But 
25. 10 Then A. separated them, (to wit), the 
25. 11 A. strengthened himself, and led forth 
25. 13 the soldiers of the army which A. sent 
25. 14 after that A. was come from the slaughter 
25. 15 anger of the Lord was kindled against A. 
25. 17 Then A. king of Judah took advice, and 
25. 18 Joash. .sent to A. king of Judah, saying 
25. 20 But A. would not hear ; for it (came) of 
25. 21 they saw one another, .he and A. king of 
25. 23 Joash. .took A. king of Judah, the son of 
25. 25 A. the son of Joash, king of Judah lived 
25. 26 the rest of the acts of A., first and last 

25. 27 after the time that A. did turn away 

26. 1 made, .king in the room of his father A. 
26. 4 according to all that his father A. did 

2. A man of the tribe of Simeon. 

1 Ch. 4. 34 and Jamlech, and Joshah the son of A. 

3. A Levite descended from Merari. 

1 Ch. 6. 45 Hashabiah, the son of A., the son of 

4. Priest of the idol set up in Bethel, B.C. 787. 

Ainos 7. 10 Then A. the priest of Beth-el sent to 

7. 12 A. said unto Amos, thou seer, go^fiee 
7. 14 and said to A., I (was) no prophet 

AMBASSADOR — 

1. Interpreter, p? hits, 5. 

2 Ch. 32. 31 in. .ambassadors of the princes of Baby. 
^.Messenger, agent, ^iyD malak. 

2 Ch. 35. 21 he sent ambassadors to him, saying 
Isa. 30. 4 and his ambassadors came to Hanes 

33. 7 ambassadors of peace shall weep bitterly 
Eze. 17. 15 against him in sending his ambassadors 



AMBASSADOR 



AM3ASSAD0R, to be an — 
To be elders, seniors, 7rpco'f&e6w presbeuo. 

2 Co. 5. 20 Now then we are ambassadors for Christ 
Eph. 6. 20 For which I am an ambassador in bonds 

AMBASSADOR, to make as if one had been — 
To feign to be a wanderer, t? tsir, 7. 

Josh. 9. 4 made as if they had been ambassadors 

AMBASSAGE — 

Age, eldership^ embassy, irpefffiela presbexa. 

Luke 14. 3? he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth 
AMBER — 
Amber, electfrum, bspQ choshmal. 

Eze. 1. 4 the midst thereof as the colour of amber 
1. 27 I saw as the colour of amber, as the 
8. 2 the appearance, .as the colour of amber 

AMBUSH — 

To be behind, to weave plots, 3*in arab. 

Josh. 8. 2 lay thee an ambush for the city behind it 
8. 7 ye shall rise up from the ambush 
8. 12 set them to lie in ambush between 
8. 14 he wist not that, .liers in ambush 
8. 19 ambush arose quickly out of their place 
8. 21 Joshua.. saw that the ambush had taken 
Jer. 51. 12 prepare the ambushes for the Lord 

AMBUSH, lie in — 
Ambush, 3*i«n maarab. 

Josh. 8. 9 they went to lie iu ambush, and abode 
AMBUSHMENT — 
l.To put behind, weave plots, m*J arab, 3. 

2 Ch. 20. 22 Lord set ambushments against . . Amnion 
'l.Ambvslt, tike ma-arab. 

2 Ch. 13. 13 Jeroboam caused an ainbushment to come 
13. 13 and the ainbushment (was) behind them 

A'-MEN, jcx, afxr}v it is steadfast. 

Rev. 3. 14 These things saith the A., the faithful 

AMEN — 

I. Amen, so be it, so it is, }px amen. 

Num. 5. 22 And the woman shall say, Amen, amen 
Deut27. 15 the people shall answer and say, Amen 

[So also in v. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26.] 
1 Ki. 1. 36 answered the king, and said, Amen 
1 Ch. 16. 36 people said, Amen, aud praised the LORD 
Neh. 5. 13 all the congregation said, Amen, and 

8. 6 all the people answered, Amen, Amen 
Psa. 41. r3 Blessed (be) the Lord . . Amen, and Amen 

72. 19 eartli be filled, .his glory ; Amen, & Amen 
89. 52 Blessed (be) the Lord for . . Amen,& Amen 
106. 48 and let all the people say, Amen 
Jer. 28. 6 Jeremiah said, Anieu : the Lord do so 

2.Amen, steadfast, afi-qv amen. 

Matt. 6. 13 [the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen] 

28. 20 unto the end of the world. [Amen] 
Luke 24. 53 praisiug aud blessiug God. [Amen] 
J0I1U21. 25 books that should be written. [Amen] 
Rom. 1. 25 Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen 

9. s is over all, God blessed for ever. Amen 
11. 36 to whom (be) glory, for ever. Amen 

I 5- 33 God of peace (be) with you all. [Amen] 
16. 20 The grace of . .(be) with you. [Amen] 
16. 24 The grace of. .(be) with you all. [Amen] 
16. 27 through Jesus Christ for ever. Amen 

1 < '■>. 14. 16 say Amen at thy giving of thanks 

16. 24 My love (be) with you all. .[Amen] 

2 Co. 1. 20 and in him Amen, unto the glory of God 

13. 14 grace of the Lord . . with you all. [Amen] 
Gal. 1 . 5 whom (be) glory for ever and ever. Amen 

6. iS Brethren, .grace, .with your spirit. Amen 
Eph. 3. 21 (be) glory, .world without end. Amen 

6. 24 that loveour Lord. .in sincerity. [Amen] 
Phil. 4. 20 (be) glory for ever and ever. Amen 

4. 23 The grace, .(be) with you all. [Amen] 
Col. 4. 18 Grace (be) with you. [Amen] 

1 Th. 5. 28 grace of our Lord . (be) with you. [Amen] 

2 Tli. 3. 18 The grace . .(be) with you all. Amen 
j Ti. 1. 17 and glory for ever and ever. Amen 

6. 16 honour and power everlasting. Anion 

6. 21 Grace (be) with thee. [Amen.] 

2 Ti. 4. 18 (be) glory for ever and ever. Amen 

4. 22 Grace (be) with you. [Amen] 
Titus 3. 15 Grace (be) with you all. [Amen] 
Phm. 25 grace, .(he) with your spirit. [Amen] 
Hob. 13. 21 whom (be) glory for ever aud ever. Amen 

13. 25 Grace (be) with you all. [Amen] 
1 Pe. 4. 11 to whom (be) praise and dominion. .Amen 

5. 11 To whom (be) glory and dominion.. Amen 
5. 14 Peace (be) with you all. .[Amen] 

2Pe. 3. 18 (be) glory both now and fur ever. [Amenl 

1 Jo. 5.21 Little children, keep., from idols, [Amen] 

2 Jo. 13 children 01 thy. .sister greet thee. [Amen] 
Jude 25 To .God (I'^^lory. .now and ever. Amen 
Rev. 1. 6 (lie) glory and dominion for ever. . Amen 

1. 7 he cometb with clouds. .Even so. Amen 
1. i3 behold. 1 am alive for evermore. [Ainen] 
3. r j These things saith the Amen, r: )e faithful 
5. 1 1 An 1 the four beasts said. Am- n 

7. i2 Saying, Amen: Blessing, and glory, and 
7. is unto our God for ever and ever. [Amen] 

r> 4 the four beasts fell down ..saving. Amen 
- Surely 1 come quickly; Amen. Even so 
22. 21 The grace <!>._■> with you all. [Amen] 
AMEND, ti — 
l,To strength}, pjg cJinzeq, 3. 

2CI1. 34. 1 1 gave it to repair and amend the house 



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AMMON 



2. To make good, do well, nu; yatab, 5. 

Jer. 7. 3 Amend your ways and your doings, and 
7. 5 if ye throughly amend your ways and 
26. 13 amend your ways and your doings 
35. 15 Return ye. .and amend your doings 
AMEND, to begin to — 
To hare oneself better, exo> Ko/j.\pOTepov. 

John 4. 52 Then enquired, .when he began to amend 
AMENDS, to make — 
To complete, recompense, zn$ shalam, 3. 

Lev. 5. 16 he shall make amends for the harm 
AMERCE, to — 
To fine, vi]}, anash. 

Deut 22. 19 they shall amerce him in. .silver 
AMETHYST — 
1. Amethyst, HD7D8 achlamah. 

Exod28. 19 third row a ligure. .and an amethyst 
39. 12 third row, a ligure. .aud an amethyst 

2. Amethyst, afiedvaros amethustos. 

Rev. 2i. 20 a jacinth; the twelfth, an amethyst 
A'-MI, 'Dk {meaning uncertain.) 
A servant of Solomon, whose descendants came up with 
Zerubbabel from Babjion. In Neh. 7. 59 he is called 
Amon (" steadfast "), B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 57 Pochereth of Zebaim, the children of A. 
AMIABLE — 
Beloved, Ty T yaJid, 

Psa. 84. 1 Howamiable(are)thy tabernacles, OLokp 

A MTN-A'-DAB, *Ajxiva5df$ my people is willing. 

Son of Aram (or Ram), son of Esrom. 

Matt. 1. 4 Aram begat A.; and A. begat Naasson 
Luke 3. 33 Which was (the sou) of A., which was 

AMISS — 

I. Out of place, &tottos atopos. 
, Luke 23. 41 but this man hath done nothing amiss 
2. Evilly, wickedly, kclkcos kakds. 

Jas. 4. 3 ye ask amiss, that ye may consume (it) 
AMISS, to do — 
To do perversely, pervert, rnj; ava.h, 5. 

2CI1. 6. 37 We have sinned, we have done amiss 
AMISS, thing — 
Error, rashness, )b$ 3 nby shalu, shalah. 

Dan. 3. 29 every people, .which speak anything amiss 

A-MIT'-TAI, % ftDN truthful. 

A Zebulouite, father of the prophet Jonah, B.C. 890. 

2KL 14. 25 the hand of his servant Jonah, .son of A. 

Jon. 1. 1 came unto Jonah the son of A., saying 

AM'-MAH, npS', an aqueduct. 

A hill E. of Giaii near Gibeon of Benjamin, where Abner 

was defeated, B.C. 1053. 

2 Sa. 2. 24 they were come to the hill of A., that 
AM'-MI, 'ey my people. 

A symbolic name which the ransomed people are directed 
by the Lord to use. 

Hos. 2. 1 Say ye unto your brethren, A.; and to 

AM- MI' -EL, ^x'ay my people is strong. 

1. One of the spies sent out by Moses, B.C. 1490. 

Num 13. 12 Of the tribe of Dan, A. the son of Gemalli 

2. A Manassehite of Lodebar, near Mahanaim, in the 
time of David, B.C. 1070. 

2 Sa. 9. 4 the house of Machir, the sou of A., in 

9. 5 the house of Machir, the son of A., from 
17. 27 and Machir the son of A. of Lo-debar, and 

3. Father of Bathshua, a wife of David, B.C. 1070. 

1 Ch. 3. 5 four, of Bathshua the daughter of A. 
[These names in 2 Sa. n. 2 are Bathshcba and Eliam.] 

4. A Levite, a son of Obed-edom, and a porter in the 
tabernacle in the time of David, B.C. 1050. 

1 Ch.26. 5 A.thesixth,Issachartheseveuth,Peulthai 

AM-MI'-HTJD, ni.Tsj? my people is honourable. 
1. Father of Elisham, chief of Ephraim, B.C. 1510. 
"Num. 1. 10 of Ephraim ; Elishama the son of A. 
2. 18 of Ephraim. .Elishama the son of A. 
7. 48 Elishama the son of A. . .(offered) 
7. 53 the offering of Elishama the son of A. 
10. 22 over his host. .Elishama the son of A. 
1 Ch. 7. 26 Laadan his son, A. his son, Elishama his 
i. A Kimeonite whose son, Shemuel, was appointed for 
the divison of the land, B.C. 1492. 

Nuni 34. 20 children of Simeon, Shemuel the son of A 

3. A Naphtalite whose son, Pedehel, was appointed for 
the division of the land, B.C. 1492. 

Nuni34. 28 of..Naphtali, Pedahel the son of A. 

4. Father of Talmai, king of Geshur, to whom Absalom 
fled after slaying his brother Amnon, B.C. 1045. 

7 ->a. 1- -- to Talmai, the son of A., king of Geshur 

5. ft man 01 I .dab, descended from Fharez, B.C. 536. 

1 Ch. 0. 4 Uthai the son of A., the son of Omri, the 
AM-MI'-HTJR, -*n"?i.* my people is noble. 

Father of Talmai. (This is the textual reading which, 
in the Masoretic correction, is made Am milt ml.) B.C. 
1045. 

2 Sa. 13. 5; went to Talmai. the son of A., king >">f 



AM-MI-NA'-DAB, rHJ'Sj.' my people is u-illing. 

1. A Levite, Aaron's father-in-law, B.C. 1520. 

Exod. 6. 23 Aaron took him Elisheba, daughter of A. 

2. A prince of Judah (perhaps the same as No. 1), B.C. 
1 5 10. 

Num. 1. 7 Of Judah ; Nahshon the sou of A. 

2. 3 and Nahshon the sou of A. (shall be).. 

7. 12 he that offered, .was Nahshon the son of A. 

7. 17 the offering of Nahshon the son of A. 
10. 14 over his host (was) Nahshon the son of A. 
Ruth 4. 19 Hezron begat Rani, and Ram begat A. 

4. 20 A. begat Nahshon, and Nahshon 
1 Ch. 2. 10 Ram begat A.; and A. begat Nahshon 

3. A son of Kohath, son of Levi. Perhaps the same as 
No. 1. 

1 Ch. 6. 22 The sons of Kohath ; A. his son, Korah 

4. A Levite of the family of Kohath, who assisted in 
bringing up the ark out of the house of Obed-edom, 

B.C. 1045. 

1 Ch. 15. 10 Of the sons of Uzziel ; A. the chief 

15. 11 And David called for. .the Levites.. and A 
AM-ME-NA'-DIB, 3Hj »au my people is liberal. 
Perhaps this is not an appellation. 

Song 6. 12 Or ever I was aware, .the chariots of A. 

AM-MI SHAD'-DAI, '^'Sy my people is mighty. 
Father of Ahiezer, captain of the tribe of Dan in the 
time of Moses, B.C. 1510. 

Num 1. 12 Of Dan ; Ahiezer the son of A. 

2. 25 of the children. .Ahiezer the son of A. 
7. 66 On the tenth day Ahiezer the sou of A. 
7. 71 (was) the offering of Ahiezer the son of A. 
10. 25 over his host (was) Ahiezer the son of A. 

AM-MI-ZA'-BAD, "orsy my peopjle is endowed. 
Sun of Benaiah, third of David's captains, B.C. 1015. 
1 Ch. 27. 6 Benaiah . . and in his course (was) A. his son 

AM'-MON, fiey a fellow-countryman. 
The name of the descendants of Ben-Ammi, the 
younger son of Lot by his younger daughter, born in a 
cave of a mountain near Zoar (now called Zi'ara, a few 
miles from Heshbon), B.C. 1897. Their country lay at 
the N.E. of Moab, and E. of the tribe of Reuben, 
between the Anion and the Jabbok. Their border was 
strong (Num. 21. 24); they were not to be distressed or 
meddled with by Israel; the original inhabitants of 
their country were giants, and called Zamzummim 
(great, and tall, and many as the Anakim), who were 
destroyed by the Ammonites (Deut. 2. 19, 20, 37); their 
chief city was Rabbath-Animou, and it contained the 
gigantic bedstead of Og, king of Bashan (Deut. 3. n); 
the river Jabbok was their border (Deut. 3. 16); none 
of their nation was to be allowed to enter the congre- 
gation of Jehovah to the tenth generation (Deut. 23. 3); 
Jabbok is again mentioned as their border (Josh. 12. 2; 
13. 10, 25); they, along with Amalek, joined Eglon, 
king of Moab, B.C. 1354, and smote Israel, and took 
Jericho, the city of palm-trees (Judg. 3. 13); their gods 
were served by the children of Israel, B.C. 1161, so that 
Jehovah sold the latter into their hands, and they 
served them eighteen years, on both sides of the Jordan. 
Israel crying to Jehovah, the Ammonites encamped in 
Gilead, but were defeated by Jephthah, who drove them 
from Aroer to Minnith (Judg. 10. 6-18 ; n. 1-33); their 
chief national god was Chemosh (Judg. n. 24); they 
besieged Jab esh- Gilead, when Nahash their king threat- 
ened its inhabitants with a severe penalty, but he was 
discomfited by .Saul (1 Sa. n. i-n; 12. 12); they were 
accordingly vexed by Saul afterwards (1 Sa. 14. 47); 
their silver and gold taken iu battle were dedicated to 
Jehovah by David (2 Sa. 8. 12; 1 Ch. 18. 11); Hauun 
their king, the son of Nahash, having insulted the mes- 
sengers of David, hired the Syrians to help him, but 
they were defeated by Joab and Abishai (2 Sa. 10. 1-19 ; 
1 Ch. 19. 1-19); who also besieged Kabbah his capital, 
and took it, 'whereon David went to complete the cap- 
ture, and took all the spoil, and humbled the inhabit- 
ants (2 Sa. 11. 1; 12. 26-31; 1 Ch. 20. 1-3); Shobi, the 
son of Nahash, and brother of Hanun, of the city of 
Kabbah, however, brought provisions to support David 
at Mahanaim when he was fleeing from Absalom (2 Sa. 
17. 27); Zelek, also an Ammonite, was one of David's 
thirty valiant men (2 Sa. 23. 37 ; 1 Ch. n. 30); Solomon 
loved several women of that nation, and went after 
Milcom their abomination, and also built a high-place 
for Molech (1 Ki. n. 1, 5, 7, 33); his wife, the mother 
of Rehoboam, was Naamah, ~an Ammonitess (1 Ki. 14. 
21, 31; -Ch. 12. 13); along with the Moabites and the 
Edcimites they attacked Jehoshapha t, but were defeated, 
B.C. 896, and destroyed each other(2 Ch. 20. 1-23) ; Zabad, 
the son of Shimeath mi Ammonites^, conspired with 
Jehozabad, the son of Shimrith a Moabitess, against 
Joash. king of Judah, and slew him, B.C. 839 (?< fh. 24. 
26) : the Ammonites gave gifts to Uzziah, B.C. 810 (2 Ch. 
26. 8); Jotham again reduced them to tribute, B.C. 758 
(2 Ch. 27. 5); Josiah, B.C. 624, defiled the high-place 
which Solomon had built in Jerusalem for Milcom (2 Ki. 
23. 13); the Ammonites, along with others, invaded 
Judah in the days of Jehoiakim, B.C. 610-599. 

Their abominable customs still infected the Jews in 
the time of Ezra. B.C. 457 (Ezra 9. 1); Tobiah an Am- 
monite, along with Sanballat the' Horonite, B.C. 445, 
mocked, reviled, and tried to hinder Nehemiah in his 
workfNeh. 2. 10. 10 ; 4. 3, 7); the Jews, though acquainted 
with the law against admitting an Ammonite to the 
tenth generation, nevertheless married wives of that 
nation (Neh. 13. 1, 23); they are mentioned along with 
Amalek as among tlie enemies of Israel (Psa. 83. 7); yet 



AMMON 



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:is becoming obedient to the people of God in the latter 
days (Isa. n. 14) ; they cruelly used the women in Gilead, 
and were threatened with destruction B.C. 878 (Amos 
1. 13-16); aud because of their reviliugJudah, and mag- 
nifying themselves against Jehovah, they are again 
threatened with destruction, B.C. 630 (Zeph. 2. 8-n); 
they are described as beiug uucircumcised iu flesh, aud 
as punished with the uncircumcised in heart of the 
house of Israel (Jer. 9. 26) ; as receiving, along with the 
other nations, from Jeremiah the cup of the Lord's 
anger (Jer. 25. 21); as having a yoke sent to their king 
by Jeremiah in token of their subjection to Nebuchad- 
nezzar (Jer. 27. 3) ; as having afforded shelter to the 
Jews who feared Nebuchadnezzar (Jer. 40. n); their 
king Baalis is said to have sent Ishmael, son of Netha- 
niah, to slay Gedaliah, son of Ahikam (Jer. 40. 14) ; Ish- 
mael tried to carry off his captives to the Ammonites 
(Jer. 41. 10), but being defeated escaped himself to them 
with only eight men (Jer. 41. 15); the destruction of 
Kabbah, Heshbon, aud Ai, was foretold by Jeremiah, 
with their restoration (Jer. r. 1-6); Ezekiel foretells the 
coming of the sword of Nebuchadnezzar to Rabbah and 
the people (Eze. 21. 20, 28) ; also the coming of the chil- 
dren of the East, or of Kedem (Eze. 25. 2-10), hut they 
were to escape from Antiochus Epiphanes (Dan. n. 41;. 

Gen. 19. 38 same (is) the father of the children of A. 

Nuni2i. 24 the children of A. . .the children of A. 

Deut. 2. 19 thou comest. .against the children of A. 
2. 19 for I will not give thee of the land of.. A. 

2. 37 Only unto the land of the children of A. 

3. 11 (is) it pot in Rabbath of the childrenof A. 
3. 16 (which is) the border of the children of A. 

J osh. 1 2. 2 (which is) the border>f the children of A. 

13. 10 unto the border of the children of A. 
13. 25 and half the land of the children of A. 

Judg. 3. 13 he gathered unto him the children of A. 
10. 6 and the gods of the children of A. 
10. 7 and into the hands of the children of A. 

10. 9 Moreover the children of A. passed over 

10. 11 (Did) not (I deliver you), .children of A. 
10. 17 Then the children of A. were gathered 

30. 18 What man (is he) that, .the children of A. 

11. 4 And it came to pass, .the children of A. 
11. 5 that when the children of A. made war 
11. 6 that we may fight with the children of A. 
11. 8 and fight against the children of A. 

11. 9 Jephthah said . . agaiust the children of A 

11. 12, 14 the king of the children of A. 

11. 13 the king of the children of A. answered 

11. 15 nor the land of the children of A. 

11. 27 the children of Israel, .the children of A. 

31. 28 Howbeit the king of the children of A. 
11. 29 he passed over (unto) the children of A. 
11. 30 thou shalt without fail deliver the. .of A 
11. 31 when I return in peace from the. .of A. 
11. 32 passed over unto the children of A. to 
11. 33 Thus the children of A. were subdued 

11. 36 the Lord hath taken vengeance, .of A. 
i2 ft 1 Wherefore passedst thou over . . the . . of A. 

12. 2 at great strife with the children of A. 
12. 3 passed over against the children of A. 

iSa. 12. 12 Nahash the king of the children of A. 
14. 47 So Saul took, .against the children of A. 

2 Sa. 8. 12 Of Syria, .and of the children of A. 

10. 1 that the king of the children of A. died 
10. 2 David's servants. . of the children of A. 
10. 3 And the princes of the children of A. said 
10. 6 when the children of A. saw that they 
30. 6 the children of A. sent and hired the Sy. 
10. 8 And the children of A. came out 
10. 10 in array against the children of A. 
10. 11 but if the children of A. be too strong for 
30. 34 when the children of A. ..returned fm.. A. 

10. 39 So the Syrians feared to help the. .of A. 

11. 1 and they destroyed the children of A. 

12. 9 him with the sword of the children of A. 
12. 26 against Rabbah of the children of A. 

12. 31 unto all the cities of the children of A. 
17. 27 Nahash of Rabbah of the children of A. 

1 KL 11. 7 the abomination of the children of A. 

11. 33 and Milcom the god of the children of A. 
2 Ki. 23. 13 the abomination of the children of A. 

24. 2 against him bands, .of the children of A. 
1 Ch. 18. 11 that he brought from, .the children of A. 

19. 1 the king of the children of A. died 
19. 2 into the land of the children of A. to 
19. 3 the princes of the children of A. said 
19. 6 when the children of A. saw that they 
19. 6 Hauum and the children of A. sent a 
19. 7 the children of A. gathered themselves 
39. 9 Aud the children of A. came out, and 
19. 31 set (themselves) in array against, .A. 
19. 12 but if the children of A. be too str. v. 15. 

19. 19 Syrians help the children of A. any more 

20. 1 wasted the country of the children of A. 
20. 3 the cities of the children of A. 
20. 1 and the children of A. . . came against 
20. 10 now, behold, the children of A. and 
20. 22 ambushments against the children of A. 
20. 23 the children of A. and Moab stood up 
27. 5 fought also with the king of the A. 
27. 5 the children of A. . .the children of A. 

13. 23 Jews (that) had married wives, .of A. 
83. 7 Gebal.and A.,andAmalek; the Philistines 
11. 14 the children of A. shall obey them 

9. 26 Egypt, aud Judah . . and the children of A. 

25. 21 and the children of A. 
49. 6 again the captivity of the children of A. 
11. 41 and the chief of the children of A. 

Amos 1. 13 three transgressions of the children of A. 
Zeph. 2. 8 I have heard . . the revilings of. . A. 

2. 9 the children of A. as Gomorrah, (even) 

5 



1 Ch. : 



Neh 
Psa. 
Isa. 
Jer. 



Dan. 



AJff-MO-NTTE, '3iDy. See Amman. 

Deut. 2. 20 the A. call them Zamzummims 

23. 3 An A. or Moabite shall not enter into 



iSa. 



-Sa. 



1 Then Nahash the A. came up, and 
11. 2 And Nahash the A. answered them 
13. 11 and slew the A. until the heat of the day 
23. 37 Zelek the A., Nahari the Beerothite 



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1 Ki. 11. 1 loved many strange women, .of the. .A, 
11. 5 the abomination of the children of A. 
14. 21 mother's name (was) Naamah an A. -ess 
14. 31 mother's name (was) Naamah an A. -ess 

1 Ch. 11. 39 Zelek the A., Naharai the Berothite 

2 Ch. 12. 13 mother's name (was) Naamah an A. -ess 

20. 1 with them (other) beside the A., came 

24. 26 Zabad the sou of Shimeath an A.-ess 

26. 8 And the A. gave gifts to TJzziah 

27. 5 He fought also with the king of the A. 
Ezra 9. 1 according to their ab... of the.. A. 
Neh. 2. 10 aud Tobiah the servant, the A., heard 

2. 39 and Tobiah the servant, the A. . .heard 
4. 3 Now Tobiah the A. (was) by him, and he 
4. 7 and the A. . .heard that the walls of 

13. 1 therein was found written, that the A. 
Jer. 27. 3 send them., to the king of the A. 

40. 11 that (were) in Moab, and among the A. 

40. 14 that Baalis the king of the A. hath sent 

41. 10 and departed to go over to the A. 

41. 15 Ishmael. .escaped, .and went to the A. 
49. 1 Concerning the A., thus saith the Lord 
49. 2 cause, .to be heard in Rabbah of the A. 
Eze. 21. 20 Appoint a way. .to Rabbath of the A. 

21. 28 Thus saith the Lord God concerningtheA. 

25. 2 set thy face against the A. 

25. 3 And say unto the A., Hear the word of 
25. 5 And I will make, .the A. a couching 
25. 10 Unto the men of the east with the A. 
25. 10 that the A. may not be remembered 

AM'-NOH", p:pN prpx tutelage, up-bringing. 
1. Eldest son of David, by Ahinoam, and slain by Absa- 
lom, B.C. 1035. 

2 Sa. 3. 2 his first-born was A., of Ahinoam the 

13. 1 Tamar ; and A. the son of David loved her 
13. 2 And A. was so vexed, that he fell sick for 
13. 2 and A. thought it hard for him to do 
13. 3 But A. had a friend, whose name (was) 
13. 4 And A. said unto him, I love Tamar 
6 So A. lay down, and made himself _sick 

6 A. said unto the king, I pray thee" 

7 saying, Go now to thy brother A.'s house 

8 So Tamar went to her brother A.'s house 

9 And A. said, Have out all men from me 
10 And A. said uuto Tamar, Bring the meat 
10 and brought (them) into the chamber to A 

13. 15 Then A. hated her exceedingly 
13. 15 And A. said unto her, Arise, be gone 
13. 20 Hath A. thy brother been with thee? 
13. 22 Absalom spake unto his brother A. 
13. 22 for Absalomhated A., because he had 
13. 26 I pray thee, let my brother A. go with us 
13. 27 that he let A. and all the king's sons go 
13. 28 saying, Mark ye now when A.'s heart is 
13. 28 when I say unto you, Smite A.; then kill 
13. 29 the servants of Absalom did unto A. as 
13. 32 A. only is dead : for by the appointment 
13- 33 let notmy lord.. think.. for A. onlyisdead 
33. 39 king David, .was comforted concerning A. 
1 Ch. 3. 1 the sous of David, .the firstborn A., of 

1. Son of Shimon, of the family of Caleb, son of Jephun- 

neh, B.C. 1000. 

1 Ch. 4. 20 And the sons of Shimon (were) A., and 

A'-MOK, piDjj deep. 

A priest who came up with Zerubbabel, B.C. 536. 

Neh. 12. 7 [these (are) the priests] . . Sallu, A. , Hilkiah 
12. 20 [chief, .fathers]. .Of Sallai, Kallai ; of A. 

A'-MON, |3N, pDN workman. 

1. Governor of the city (of Samaria) in the time of Ahah, 

B.C. 900. 

1 Ki. 22. 26 Take, .and carry him back unto A. 

2 Ch. 38. 25 Take, .and carry him back to A. 

2. Son of Mauasseh, and fifteenth king of Judah, B.C. 643. 

2K1. 21. 18 and A. his son reigned in his stead. 

21. 19 A. (was) twenty and two years old when 
21. 23 Aud the servants of A. conspired against 
21. 24 that had conspired against king A. 
21. 25 Now the rest of the acts of A. which he 

1 Ch. 3. 14 A. his son, Josiah his son. 

2 Ch. 33. 20 and A. his son reigned in his stead 

33. 21 A. (was) two and twenty years old when 
33. 22 for A. sacrificed unto all the carved 
33. 23 but A. trespassed more and more 
33. 25 that had conspired against kin^ A. 

Jer. 1. 2 Josiah the son of A. king of Judah, in the 
25. 3 thirteenth year of Josiah the son of A. 

Zeph. 1. 1 in the days of Josiah the son of A., king 

3. A descendant of the servants of Solomon (called Ami 
in Ezra 2. 57), B.C. 536. 

Neh. 7. 59 [of Solomon's servants], .children of A. 

4. A son of Manasses, in Christ's ancestry. 

Matt. 1. 10 Manasses begat A.; and A. begat Josias 
AMONG — 
l.Unto, to, Vn el. 

Josh. 13, 22 among them that were slain by them 
2. With, near, r\x eth. 

Judg. 1. 16 they went and dwelt among the people 



Z.Betiveen, p3 ben. 

Judg. 5. 16 Why abodest thou among the sheepfolds 

Dan. 7. 8 there came up among them another little 
i.In between, j'?3 beben. 

Isa. 44. 4 they shall spring up. .among the grass 
5. From between, |*3p mibben. 

Psa. 104. 12 the fowls, .sing among the branches 

6. M hist, 13 gev. 

Job 30. 5 They were driven forth from among 

7. In the sufficiency of, **]3 bede. 

Job 39. 25 He saith among the trumpets, Ha, ha • 
$.Fro?n, out of, fp min. 

Lev. 11. 13 (which) ye shall have, .among the fowls 
9. On-, upon, in addition to, Sy al. 

Exod3o. 13 every one that passeth among them 
10. With, oy im. ^ 

Josh. 22. 7 gave Joshua among their brethren 
11. In the midst, heart of, y$ qereb. 

Gen. 24. 3 the Canaanites, among whom I dwell 

Exodi7. 7 saying, Is the Lord among us, or not? 

31. 14 shall be cut off from among his people 

34. 9 let my Lord, I pray thee, go among us 

34. 10 all the people among which thou (art) 

Lev. 17. 4 shall be cut off from among his people 

17. 10 the strangers that sojourn among you 

18. 29 shall be cut off from among their people 
20. 3 will cut him off from among his people 
20. s will cut him off . . from among; their people 
20. 6 will cut him off from among his people 

20. 18 shall be cut off from among then people 
23. 30 will I destroy from among his people 

Num. 5. 27 the woman shall be a curse among her 
11. 4 the xnixt multitude that, .among them 
11. 20 the Lord which (is) among you, and have 
11. ei Moses said, The people, among whom I 
14. 11 signs which I have shewed among them? 
14. 33 thou broughtest up. .from among them 
14. 14 that thou Lord (art) among this people 

14. 42 Go not up, for the LORD (is) not among 

15. 30 shall be cut off from among his people 
Deut. 1. 42 Go not up. .for I (am) not among you 

2. 14 were wasted out from among the host 
2. 15 to destroy them from among the host 
2. 16 men . . were . . dead from among the people 
4. 3 Lord, .hath destroyed them from among 
6. 15 Lord thy God. .a jealous God among you 
7. 21 for the Lord thy God (is) among you 
13. 1 If there arise among you a prophet 
13. 11 do no. .wickedness as this is among you 
13. 13 men. .are gone out from among you 
13. 14 (that) such abomination is. .among you 

16. 11 and the fatherless, .that (are) among you 

17. 2 If there be found among you, within 

1 7. 7 shalt put the evil away from among you 

17. 15 from among thy brethren shalt thou set 

18. 2 have no inheritance among their brethren 

18. 18 a Prophet from among their brethren 

19. 19 shalt thou put the evil, .from among you 
19. 20 henceforth commit no. .evil among you 

21. 9 put away the (guilt), .from among you 

21. 21 thou put evil away from among you 

22. 21, 24 thou put evil away from among you 

23. 16 He shall dwell with thee, .among you 

24. 7 shalt put evil away from among you 
26. 11 and the stranger that (is) among you 
31. 16 whither they go. .among them, and 
31. 17 because our God (is) not among us? 

Josh. 3. 5 the Lord will do wonders among you 
3. 10 know, .the living God (is) among you 
4. 6 That this may be a sign among you 
7. 12 ye destroy the accursed from among you 

7. 13 take away the accursed thing from among 

8. 35 the strangers that were, .among them 

9. 7 Peradventure ye dwell among us ; and how 
9. 16 theyheard. .(that)theydweltamongthem 
9. 22 far from you ; when ye dwell among us? 

10. 1 inhabitants of Gibeon. .were among them 
13. 13 Geshurites. .dwell among the Israelites 
16. 10 Canaanites dwell among the Ephraimites 
18. 7 the Levites have no part among you 
24. 5 according to that which I did among them 

24. 23 the strange gods which (are) among you 
Judg. 1. 29 Canaanites dwelt in Gezer among them 

1. 30 Canaanites dwelt among them, and 
1. 32 Asherites dwelt among the Canaanites 
1. 33 he dwelt among the Canaanites, the 
3. 5 children of Israel dwelt among the 
10. 16 put away the strange gods from among 
r Sa. 4. 3 when it cometh among us, it may save us 
Psa. 55. 15 for wickedness (is), .among them 
82. 1 God. .he judgeth among the gods 
Prov. 15. 31 The ear that heareth . . abideth among the 
Mic. 3. 11 and say, (Is) not the Lord among us? 

12.ln the midst of, Tpfi tavelc. 

Gen. 23. 6 thou (art) a mighty prince among us 

23. 10 Ephron dwelt among the childre n of Heth 
35. 2 Put away the strange gods . . among you 
40. 20 the chief baker among his servants 
42. 5 to buy . . among those that came 

Exod. 2. 5 she saw the ark among the flags 

7, 5 bring out the children . . from among them 
i2. 31 get you forth from among my people 
12. 49 the stranger that sojoumeth among you 

25. 8 that I may dwell among them 

28. 1 take thou, .from among the children 

29. 45 I will dwell among the children of 
29. 46 that I may dwell among them 

Lev. 15. 31 my tabernacle that (is) among them 



AMONG 



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AMOEITE 



Lev. 16. 29 a stranger that sojourneth among you 
17. 8 the strangers which sojourn among you 
17. 10, 13 of the strangers that sojourn among 

17. 12 any stranger that sojourueth among you 

18. 26 any stranger that sojourueth among you 
20. 14 there be no wickedness among you 

22. 32 I will be hallowed among the children of 

24. 10 an Egyptian, went out among the children 

25. 33 their possession among the children of 

26. 11 I will set my tabernacle among you 

26. 12 I will walk among you, and will be your 
26. 25 I will send the pestilence among you 
£Tuni. 1. 47 their fathers were not numbered among 

1. 49 the sum of them among the children of 

2. 33 Levites were not numbered among the 

3. 12 I have taken the Levites from among the 

4. 2 Take the . . sons . . from among the sons of 

4. 18 families of the Kohathitesfromamongthe 
m j. 21 a curse and an oath among thy people 

5. 6, 14 the Levites from among the children of 
8. 16 they (are) wholly, .from among the 

8. 19 to his sons from among the children of 

9. 7 his appointed season among the children 
15. 14 whosoever (be) among you in your 

15. 26, 29 the stranger that sojourneth among 

16. 3 everyone, .and the Lord (is) among them 
16. 21 Separate yourselves from among this 

16. 33 they perished from among the congrega. 

16. 45 Get you up from among this congregation 

17. 6 the rod of Aaron (was) among their rods 

18. 6 I have taken . . the Levites from among the 
18. 20 ueither shalt thou have any part amoug 
18. 20 I (am) thy part and . .inheritance among 
18. 23 that among the children of Israel they 

18. 24 Among the children of Israel they shall 

19. 10 the strauger that sojourneth among them 
19. 20 shall be cut off from among the congrega. 
25. 7 he rose up from among the congregation} 

25. 11 he was zealous for my sake amoug them 

26. 62 they were not numbered among the 

26. 62 was no inheritance given them among the 

27. 4 be done away from among his family 
27. 4 possession among the brethren of our 
27. 7 possession of an inheritance among their 
32. 30 they shall have possessions among you 
35. 15 for the sojourner among them: that 

35. 34 the Lord dwell among the children of 
Deut 32. 51 ye trespassed against me among the 
■Tosh. 8. 9 Joshua lodged that night among the 

14. 3 he gave none inheritance among them 

15. 13 hegaveapart among thechildren of Judah 

16. 9 children of Ephraim (were) among the 

17. 4 to give us an inheritance among our 
17. 4 he gave them an inheritance among the 
17. 6 Manasseh had an inheritance among his 

17. 9 cities of Ephraim (are) among the cities 

19. 4g to Joshua the son of Nun among them 

20. 9 the stranger that sojourneth among them 
22, 19 take possession amo. g us : but rebel not 
22. 31 we perceive that the Lord (is) among us 

Judg 12. 4 among the Ephraimites. .among the E. 

18. 1 fallen unto them amongthe tribes of Israel 
1 Sa. 7. 3 put away. .Ashtaroth from among you 

10. 10 and he prophesied among them 

10. 23 when he stood among the people, he was 
15. 6 get youdown from among the Amalekites 
15, 6 Kenites departed from among the Amale. 

1 Ki. 6. 13 I will dwell among the children of Israel 

11, 20 Genubath was . . among the sons of Phara. 

14. 7 I exalted thee from among the people 

2 Ki. 4. 13 I dwell among mine owu people 

9. 2 arise up from among his brethren 
11. 2 stole him from among the king's sons 
^3. 9 eat of the unleavened bread among their 

1 Ch. 21. 6 Benjamin counted he not among them 

2 Ch. 22. 11 stole him from among the king's sons 
Neh. 4. 11 we come in the midst among them 
Esth. 9. 28 should not fail from among the Jews 
Job 1. 6 and Satan came also among them 

2. 1 Satan came also among them to present 
2. 8 and he sat down among the ashes 

15. 19 and no stranger passed among them 

42. 15 father gave them inheritance among their 
Psa. 57. 4 My soul (is) among lions : (and) I lie 

68. 25 among (them were) the damsels playing 
109. 30 I will praise him among the multitude 
136. 11 And brought out Israel from among them 
Prov. 1. 14 Cast in thy lot amoug us; let us all 

17. 2 of the inheritance among the brethren 
27. 22 bray a fool in a mortar among wheat 

Isa. 24. 13 in the midst of the land among the 

61. 9 their seed shall be known among the 
■Ter. 12. 14 pluck out the house of Judah from among 

29. 32 a man to dwell among this people 

37. 4 came in and went out among the people 

39. 14 so he dwelt among the people 

40. 1 being bound in chains among all that 

40. 5, 6 and dwelt with him among the people 

41. 8 ten men were found among them that 
Eze. 1. 1 as I (was) among the captives byithe river 

2. 5 there hath been a prophet among them 

3. 15 remained there . . among them seven days 
3. 25 thou shalt not go out among them 

6. 13 their slain, .shall be among their idols 
9. a one man among them . . clothed with linen 

11. 1 among whom I saw Jaazaniah the son 

12. 10 the house of Israel that (are) among them 
12. 12 the prince that (is) among them shall bear 

18. 18 did (that) which (is) not good among his 

19. 2 she nourished her whelps among young 
19. 6 he went up and down among the lions 

30. 9 before the heathen, among whom they 



Eze. 22. 26 and I am profaned among them 

29. 12 her cities among the cities, .laid waste 

33. 33 know that a prophet hath been among 

34. 12 in the day that he is among his sheep 
34. 24 my servant David a prince among them 
44. 9 any stranger that is among the children 
47. 22 among you. .among you. .among the 

Hag. 2. 5 so my spirit remaineth among you 

13. Through, by means of, 8m dia [gen.) 

2T1. 2. 2 the things that thou hast heard.. among 

1 4. Into, toward, among, els eis. 

Matt 13. 22 He . . that received seed among the thorns 
Mark 4. 7 some fell [among] thorns, and the thorns 
4. 18 are they which are sown among thorns 
8. 19 When I brake the five loaves among five 
8 ao when the seven among four thousand 
13. 10 gospel must first be published among 
Luke 8. 14 that which fell among thorns are they 

10. 36 was neighbour* unto him that fell among 
24. 47 repentance . . should be preached . . among 

Johu 6. 9 but what are they among so many? 

21. 23 Then went this saying abroad among the 
Acts 2. 22 a man approved of God among you by 

4. 17 that it spread no further among the people 

14. 14 they rent their clothes, and ran in among 

20. 29 shall grievous wolves enter in among you 

2 Co. 11. 6 we have been, .made manifest among 

1 Th. 5. 15 both among yourselves, and to all (men) 

t Pe. 4. S above all things have . . charity among 

15. Out of, 4k ek. 

Matt 12. 11 Whatman shall there be among you, that 
John 12. 20 there were certain Greeks among them 

12. 42 amongthe chief rulers also many believed 
Acts 6. 3 look ye out among you seven men of 
27. 22 there shall be no loss of. .life among 
16.7"??., ev en. 

Matt. 2. 6 thou Bethlehem . . art not the least among 
4. 23 all manner of disease among the people 
9. 35 healing, .every disease [among] the people 

11. 11 Verily I say unto you, Among them that 
16. 7 they reasoned among themselves, saying 
16. 8 why reason ye among yourselves, because 
20. 26 not be so among you. .be great among 

20. 27 whosoever will be chief among you, let 

21. 38 they said among themselves, This is the 

26. 5 lest there be an uproar among the people 

27. '56 Among which was Mary Magdalene, and 
Mark 5. 3 Who had (his) dwelling among the tombs 

6. 4 in his own country, aud among his own 
10. 43 not be among you. .be great among you 

15. 40 among whom was Mary Magdalene, and 
Luke 1. 1 those things which are. .believed among 

1. 25 to take away my reproach [among] men 

1. 28, 42 [blessed (art) thou among women] 

2. 44 they sought him among, .kinsfolk and 
7. 16 a great prophet is risen up among us 

7. 28 Among those that are born of women 
9. 46 there arose a reasoning among them 

9. 48 he that is least among you all, the same 

16. 15 that which is highly esteemed among men 

22. 24 there was also a strife among them, which 
22. 26 he that is greatest among you, let him be 

John 1. 14 Word was made flesh, and dwelt among 
7. 12 was much murmuring among the people 

7. 43 So there was a division among the people 
9. 16 And there was a division among them 

10. 19 There was a division, .among the Jews 

11. 54 Jesus, .walked no more openly amongthe 
15. 24 If I had not done among them the works 

Acts 4. 12 there is none other name, .given among 

4. 34 Neither was there any among them that 

5. 12 signs and wonders wrought among the 

6. 8 Stephen, .did great wonders, .among 

12. 18 there was no small stir among the soldiers 

13. 26 whosoever among you feareth God to 
15. 7 God made choice among us, that the 
15. 12 wonders God had wrought among the 
15. 22 Silas, chief men among the brethren 

17. 34 among the which (was) Dionysius the 

18. 11 teaching the word of God among them 
20. 25 among whom I have gone preaching the 

20. 32 to give you an inheritance among all 

21. 19 what things God had wrought among the 
21. 34 some cried one thing, some . . among the 

24. 21 that I cried standing among them 

• 25. 5 which among you are able, go down with 

25. 6 when he had tarried among them more 

26. 4 which was at the first among mine own 
26. 18 and inheritance among them which are 

28. 29 [had great reasoning among themselves] 
Rom. 1. 5 obedience to the faith among all nations 

1. 6 Among whom are ye also the called of 

1. 13 fruit among you. .as among otherGentiles 

2. 24 the name of God is blasphemed among 

8. 29 that he might be the firstborn among 

11. 17 wild olive tree, wert graffed in among 

12. 3 I say. to every man that is among you 

15. 9 I will confess to thee among the Gentiles 

16. 7 fellow-prisoners, who are of note among 
1 Co. 1. 10 (that) there be no divisions among you 

1. 11 that there are contentions among you 

2. 2 I determined not to know any. .among 

2. 6 we speak wisdom amoug them that are 

3. 3 whereas (there is) among j r ou envying 
3. 18 If any man among you seemeth to be 

5. 1 fornication among you. .among the 

6. 5 that there is not a wise man among you ? 
6. 7 Now . . there is utterly a fault [among] you 

11. 18 I hear that there be divisions among you 



1 Co. 11. 19 heresies among you. .manifest among you 

11. 30 many (are) weak and sickly among you 
15. 12 how say some among you that there is 

2 Co. 1. 19 Jesus Christ, who was preached among 

10. 1 who in presence (am) base among you 

1 1. 26 in the sea, (in) perils among false brethren 

12. 12 signs of an apostle were wrought among 
Gal. 1. 6 that I might preach him among the 

2. 2 that gospel which I preach among the 

3. 1 Christ hath been.. . set forth . .[among] you 
3. 5 and worketh miracles among you, (doeth) 

Eph. 2. 3 Among w;hom also we all had our 

3. 8 that I should preach [among] the Gentiles 
5. 3 let it not be once named among you, as 
Phil. 2. 15 among whom ye shine as lights in the 
Col. i. 27 the glory of this mystery among the 

1 Th. 1. 5 men we were among you for your sake 

5. 12 to know them which labour among you 
5. 13 be at peace among yourselves 

2 Th. 3. 7 we behaved not . . disorderly among you 

3. 11 there are some which walk among you 
Jas. 1. 26 If any man [among] you seem to be 

3. 6 so is the tongue among our. members, that 

3. 13 and endued with knowledge among you? 

4. 1 whence (come) wars and fightings among 

5. 13 Is any among you afflicted ? let him 

5. 14 Is any sick among you ? let him call for 

1 Pe. 2. 12 Having your conversation honest among 

5 1 The elders which are among you I exhort 
5. 2 Feed the flock of God which is among you 

2 Pe. 2. 1 among the people, even as . . among you 

2. 8 that righteous man dwelling among them 
17. On, upon, hrt epi {ace.) 

Matt 13. 7 some fell among thorns ; and the thorns 
Acts 1. 21 Lord Jesus went in and out among us 
2 Th. i. 10 (because our testimony among you was 
Rev. 7. 15 sitteth on the throne shall dwell among 
18. At, in, Kara (ace.) kata 

Acts 21. 21 teachest all the Jews which are among 
26. 3 and questions which are among the Jews 

19. In the midst, /iecros, iv /x4(rcj> avd jxeaov. 
Luke 8. 7 some fell among thorns ; and Mt. 13. 25. 

10. 3 I send you forth as lambs among wolves 
22. 27 I am among you as he that serveth 

22. 55 And. .Peter sat down among them 
John 1. 26 there standeth one among you, whom ye 

1 Th. 2. 7 we were gentle among you, even as a 

20. With, /xerd meta {gen.) 

Luke 22. 37 he was reckoned among the transgressors 
24. 5 Why seek ye the living among the dead? 
John 6. 43 Jesus, .said, .murmur not among 

11. 56 sought they for Jesus, and spake among 
16. 19 Do ye enquire among yourselves of that 

21. Alongside of, irap&para (dat.) 

Matt28. 15 this saying is commonly reported among 
Col. 4. 16 when this epistle is read among you 
Rev. 2. 13 my faithful martyr, .slain among you 

22. Toward, irp6s pros (ace.) 

Mark 1. 27 insomuch that they questioned among 

8. 16 they reasoned among themselves, saying 

9. 33 What was it that ye disputed [among] 
9. 34 by the way they had disputed among 

10. 26 saying among themselves, Who then can 

12. 7 those husbandmen said among themselves 

15. 31 also the chief priests mocking, .among 

16. 3 they said among themselves, Who shall 
Luke 4. 36 they were all amazed, and spake among 

20. 14 they reasoned among themselves, saying 
22. 23 they began to enquire among themselves 

John 6. 52 The Jews therefore strove among 

7. 35 Then said the Jews among themselves 
i2. 19 The Pharisees therefore said among 
16. 17 Then said (some) of his disciples among 
19. 24 They said therefore among themselves 

Acts 4. 15 But. .they conferred among themselves 
28. 4 they said among themselves, No doubt 
28. 25 when they agreed not among themselves 

2 Co. 12. 21 my God will humble me among you 
23. By, under, vtt6 hupo [gen.) 

Acts 10. 22 a just man . .and of good report among all 
[See also Compare, dwell, fall, from, in, out, speak.] 
A-MO-RITE, nbx mountaineer. 
A race or tribe descended from Canaan, the fourth son 
of Ham, the younger son of Noah ; it is mentioned 
after the Jebusite and before the Girgashite (Gen. 10. 16 ; 
1 Ch. 1. 13); some of them dwelt in Hazezon-tamar, or 
Engedi, on the W. of the Salt Sea, and were smitten by 
Chedorlaomer, in the days of Abraham, B.C. 1913 
(Gen. 14. 7); three of their chiefs, Manure, Eschol, and 
Aner, were confederates of Abraham (Gen. 14. 13); the 
iniquity of the tribe (as the representative of the 
Canaanites generally) was not yet full (Gen. 15. 16, 21); 
they seem to have contended unsuccessfully with 
Jacob (48. 22) ; they are mentioned between the Hittites 
and Perizzites, as inhabitants of Canaan (Exod. 3. 8, 17; 
Judg. 3. 5; Neh. 9. 1); between the Hittites and the 
Hivites (Exod. 13. 5); before the other tribes (Exod. 23. 
23); between the Canaanite and the Hittite (Exod. 33. 
2; Josh. 11. 3); before the Canaanites and the other 
tribes (Exod. 34. n); as dwelling in the mountains of 
Judah (Num. 13. 29); as having the river Arnon as their 
dividing line from Moab (Num. 21. 13); as having a 
king named Sihon, B.C. 1452, who not only refused to 
let Israel pass, but came and attacked them at Jahaz, 
when he was defeated and his land taken possession of 
by Israel (Num. 21. 21-32); it was given to the two-and- 
a-half tribes (Num. 32. 33) ; the chief city of the south 



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ANANIAS 



portion of the tribe was Hesbbon (Deut. i. 4); the 
"mount of the Aniorites" was apparently another 
name for Canaan (Deut. 1. 7, 19, 20); Israel was afraid 
of them (Deut. 1. 27); and was beaten by them in Seir, 
even unto Hormah (Deut. 1. 44); their land was to be 
possessed by Israel (Deut. 3. 2), even from the river 
Arnon to Mount Hermon, including the land of Og, 
who reigned in Edrei in Bashau (Deut/3. 8, 9 ; 4. 46, 47); 
mentioned between the G'irgashites aud the Canaanites 
(Deut 7. 1); between the Hittites aud the Canaanites 
(Deut. 20. 17; Josh. 9. 1; 12. 8); their fate seems to 
have terrified the other peoples (Josh. 2. 10 ; 9. 10) ; 
mentioned between the Girgashites and the Jebusites 
(Josh. 3. 10); mentioned along with the Canaanites as 
the sole inhabitants of the land W. of the Jordan 
(Josh. 5. 1); alone mentioned as such (Josh. 7. 7); five 
of their kings besiege Gibeon, but are defeated (Josh. 
10. 5-12). 

They bad a variety of gods (Josh. 24. 15 ; Judg. 6. 10); 
they forced the children of Dan into the mountain 
(Judg. 1. 34); they were reduced to tribute by the house 
of Joseph (Judg. 1. 35); their border was from the 
ascent of Akrabbini northward (Judg. 1. 36); they were 
at peace with Israel in the days of Samuel, B.o. 1171- 
1061 (1 Sa. 7. 14) ; the Gibeonites were a remnant of 
them (2 Sa. 21. 2); Geber, the son of Uri, was over their 
land E. of the Jordan in the days of Solomon, B.C. 1014 
(1 Ki. 4. 19) ; then- remnant was reduced to servitude 
by Solomon (1 Ki. 9. 20, 21 ; 2 Cbron. 8. 7); their idol 
worship was followed by Ahab, B.C. 899(1 Ki. 21. 26); 
also by Manasseb (2 Ki. 21. n); their abominations by 
the Jews under Ezra (9. 8). The overthrow of Og and 
Sihon was celebrated (Psa. 135. n; 136. 19); Judah, 
because of her sins, is represented as having an Amorite 
for a father, a Hittite for a mother, and Samaria and 
Sodom for sisters (Eze. 16. 3, 45); the Amorite is repre- 
sented as tall and strong, yet destroyed before Israel, 
to whom his land was promised (Amos 2. 9, 10). 

Gen. 10. 16 [Canaan begat], .the Jebusite, and the A. 
14. 7 smote all the country of. .the A., that 

14. 13 he dwelt in the plain of Manire the A. 

15. 16 for the iniquity of the A. (is) not yet full 
15. 21 [have I given this land]. .And the A 

48. 22 which I took out of the hand of the A. 
Exod. 3. 8 to bring theni . . unto the place of the . . A. 
3. 17 Iwillbringyou..uutothelandof..theA. 
13. 5 shall bring thee into the land of. .the A. 

23. 23 Angel shall, .bring thee in unto the A. 

33. 2 I will drive out the Caananite, the A. 

34. 11 behold, I drive out before thee the A. 
Niuuij. 29 the Jebusites, and the A., dwell in the 

21. 13 that cometh out of the coasts of the A. 
21. 13 Arnon (is), .between Moab and the A. 
21. 21 Israel sent, .unto Sihon king of the A. 
21. 25 Israel dwelt in all the cities of the A. 
21. 26 Hesbbon. .the city of.. the king of the A. 
21. 29 into captivity unto Sihon.. king of the A. 
21. 31 Thus Israel dwelt in the land of the A. 
21. 32 the villages thereof, and drove out the A. 

21. 34 as thou didst unto Sihon king of the A. 

22. 2 saw all that Israel had done to the A. 
32. 33 the kingdom of Sihon king of the A. 

32. 39 children of Machir. .dispossessed the A. 
Deut. 1. 4 After be had slain Sihon. .king of the A. 
1. 7 Turn you. .and go to the mount of the A. 
1. 19 by the way of the mountain of the A. 
1. 20 Ye are come unto the mountain of tbe'A. 
1. 27 to deliver us into the hand of the A., to 

1. 44 And the A., which dwelt in that mountain 

2. 24 I have given into thine hand Sihon the A. 

3. 2 as thou didst unto Sibon king of the A. 
3. 8 out of the hand of the two kings of the A. 

3. 9 Hermon . . the A. call it Shenir 

4. 46 in the land of Sihon king of the A. 

4. 47 Ana they possessed, .two kings of the A. 
7. 1 the Lord thy God . . hath cast out . . the A. 

20. 17 But thou sbalt utterly destroy.. the A. 
31. 4 as. .to Sihon and to Og, kings of the A. 
Josh. 2. 10 what ye did unto the two kings of the A. 
3. io he will without fail drive out . . the A. 

5. 1 to pass, when all the kings of the A. 
7. 7 to deliver us into the hand of the A. 

9. 1 when, .the A., the Canaanite, the Ferizz. 

9. 10 he did to the two kings of the A. 
10. s Therefore the five kings of the A., the 
10. 6 all the kings of the A. that dwell in the 

10. 12 when the Lord delivered up the A. 

11. 3 [Jabin king of Hazor. .sent toj. .the A, 

12. 2 Sihon king of the A. who dwelt in 

12. 8 the Hittites, the A., and the Canaanites 

13. 4 unto Aphek, to the borders of the A. 

13. 10 all the cities of Sihon king of the A. 
13. 21 all the kingdom of Sihon king of the A. 

24. 8 I brought you into the land of the A. 
24. 11 men of Jericho fought against you, the A. 
24. 12 drave them out. .the two kings of the A. 
24. 15 the gods of the A., in whose land ye dwell 
24. 18 the Lord drave out. .the A. which dwelt 

Judg. 1. 34 And the A. forced the children of Dan 

1. 35 But the A. would dwell in mount Heres . 
1. 36 And the coast of the A. (was) from the 
3. 5 children of Israel dwelt among the. .A. 
6. 10 fear not the gods of the A., in whose land 

10. 8 in'the land of the A. , which (is) in Gilead 

10. 11 (Did) not (I deliver you) from the. .A. 
11. 19 messengers unto Sihon king of the A. 

11. 21 Israel possessed all the land of the A. 
11. 22 they possessed all the coasts of the A. 
11. 23 LORD God of Israel, .dispossessed the A. 

1 Sa, 7. 14 there was peace between Israel and the A. 
2Sa. 21. 2 Gibeonites. .of the remnant of the A. 
1 Ki. 4. 19 the country of Sihon king of the A. 



1 Ki. 9. 20 all the people (that were) left of the A. 

21. 26 the A., whom the Lord cast out before 

2 Ki. 21. 11 abominations . .above all that the A. did 

1 Ch. 1. 14 The Jebusite also, and the A., and theGii 

2 Ch. 8. 7 (As for) all the people, .left of. .the A. 
Ezra 9. 1 according to . . abominations . . of the . . A. 
Neh. 9. 8 a covenant, .to give the land of. .the A 
Psa.135. 11 Sihon king of the A., and Og king of 

136. 19 Sihon king of the A. : for his mercy 
Eze. 16. 3 thy father (was) an A., and thy mother 

16. 45 mother . . an Hittite, and your father an A. 
Amos 2. 9 Yet destroyed I the A. before them 
2. 10 led you. .to possess the land of the A. 
A'-MOS, DlDjg burden-bearer. 

1. A native of Tekoa, a place about 6 miles S. of Beth- 
lehem in Judah ; originally he was a shepherd and 
dresser of sycamore trees, but was called to be a pro- 
phet, and exercised his office (about 808 B.C.) duiiug 
the reign of Uzziah, while Isaiah and Hosea also pro- 
phesied. 

Amos 1. 1 The words of A., who was among the 
7. 8 And the Lord said unto me, A., what 
7. 10 A. hath conspired against thee in the 
7. 11 For thus A. saith, Jeroboam shall die by 
7. 12 Also Amaziah said unto A., thou seer 

7. 14 Then answered A., and said to Amaziah 

8. 2 And he said, A., what seest thou? And I 

2. An ancestor of Joseph, husband of Mary. 

Luke 3. 25 (the son) of A., which was (the son) of 
A'-MOZ, pcx strong. 

Father of the prophet Isaiah, and apparently of the 
tribe of Judah, B.C. 800. 

2 Ki. 19. 2 sent, .to Isaiah the prophet the son of A. 

19. 20 Then Isaiah the son of A. sent to Hezek. 

20. 1 And the prophet Isaiah the son of A. 
2 Ch. 26. 22 acts of Uzziah . . did Isaiah . . son of A. 

32. 20 the prophet Isaiah the son of A., prayed 
32. 32 vision of Isaiah the prophet, the son of A. 
Isa. 1. 1 The vision of Isaiah the son of A., which 
2. 1 The word that Isaiah the son of A. saw 

13. 1 burden of . . which Isaiah the son of A. 
20. 2 spake the Lord by Isaiah the son of A. 
37. 2 unto Isaiah the prophet the son of A. 

37. 21 Then Isaiah the son of A. sent unto 

38. 1 And Isaiah the prophet the son of A. 

AM-PHI'-PO US, 'Afj.*l-rroAts about the city. 
A city of Macedonia, on the river Strymon, which 
flows nearly round the town ; whence its name. It was 
called Popolia under the Byzantine empire. Its site 
is now occupied by a village called Neokboria, in 
Turkish, Jeni Keni, literally "new town." 

Acts 17. 1 when they had passed through A. 
AM-PLI'-AS, 'Au7r\(as. 
A convert that dwelt at Rome. 

Horn. 16. 8 Greet A. my beloved in the Lord 
AM'-RAM, n-)py exalted people. 

1. A son of Kohath, Levi's son, and father of Aaron, 
Moses, and Miriam. He died in Egypt, aged 137 years, 
B.C. 1540. 

Exod. 6. 18 And the sons of Kohath; A. and Izhar 
6. 20 And A. took him Jockebed his father's 
6. 20 and the years of the life of A. (were) an 
Num. 3. 19 the sons of Kohath by their families ; A. 
26. 58 And Kohath begat A. 
26. 59 And the name of A.'s wife (was) Jockebed 
26. 59 and she bare unto A. Aaron and Moses 
1 Cb. 6. 2 And the sons of Kohath ; A., Izhar, and 
6. 3 And the children of A. ; Aaron, and Moses 
6. 18 And the sons of Kohath (were), A., and 
23. 12 the sons of Kohath; A., Izhar, and 

23. 13 The sons of A. ; Aaron and Moses, and 

24. 20 Of the sons of A. ; Shubael : of the sons 

2. A son of Bani, who bad taken a strange wife during 
the exile, B.C. 456. 

Ezra 10. 34 Of the sons of Bani ; Maadai, A., and 
AM'-RAM, pen red. 

A son of Dishon, son of Anah, and great-grandson of 
Seir the Horite, B.C. 1709. 

This name should be written Hamram or Hamran. It 
is given to Hemdan, "desirable," in Gen. 36. 26, which is 
probably correct. The form adopted in the common 
version is manifestly incorrect. 

1 Cb. 1. 41 And the sons of Dishon ; A., and Eshban 
AM-RAM-ITE, 'p-py belonging to Amram. 
Patronymic of the family of Amram, father of Miriam, 
Aaron, and Moses. 

Num. 3. 27 of Kohath (was) the family of the A. 

1 Ch. 26. 23 Of the A., (and) the Izharites, the Hebron. 

AM-RA'-PHEL, ^"JpN powerful people. 
A king of Shinar in the time of Abraham, B.C. 1920. 
Gen. 14. 1 it came to pass in the days of A. king of 

14. 9 [they joined battle with]. .A. king of Shinar 

ABf-ZI, 'spy my strength. 

1. A descendant of Merari, son of Levi, and progenitor 
of Ethan, whom David set over the service of song, 

B.C. 1050. 

1 Ch. 6. 46 The son of A., the son of Bani, the son of 

2. Ancestor of Adaiah, a returned exile, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 11. 12 Pelaliah, the son of A., the son of Zechar. 
A'-NAB, n:j£ a hill. 

A city in the'S. of Canaan, inhabited by Anakim. It is 
still called Anab, and is equidistant from Sochob and 
Eshtemoa. 



Josh 11. 21 Joshua, .cut off the Anakims from. .A. 
15. 50 [in the mountains]. .A., and Eshtenioh 
A'-NAH, n:j£ answering. 

1. A daughter(?) of Zibeon, a Hivlte, B.C. 1760. 

Gen. 36. 2 Aholibamah the daughter of A. the 

36. 14 sons of Aholibamah, the daughter of A. 
36. 18 Ahobbaniab the daughter of A., Esau's 
36. 25 the children of A. (were) these 
36. 25 and Aholibamah the daughter of A. 

2. A son of Seir the Horite, and one of the chiefs of the 
land. 

Gen. 36. 20 These . .the sons of Seir. .Zibeon, and A. 
36. 29 These, .the dukes, .duke Zibeon, duke A. 
1 Ch 1. 38 And the sons of Seir. .Zibeon, and A. 

3. A son of Zibeon, son of Seir, B.C. 1760. 

Gen. 36. 24 children of Zibeon ; both Ajah, and A. 
36. 24 this (was that) A. that found the mules 
1 Ch. 1. 40 And the sons of Zibeon : Aiah, and A. 

1. 41 Thesons of A.; Dishon. And the sons of 
A-NA-HA'-BATH, rnrnx narrow way. 

A town in Issachar. 

Josh 19. 19 [border was toward] . .Shihon, and A. 
A-NA-I'AH, ."v:^ Jah answers. 

1. A priest or prince that stood on the right hand of 
Ezra while he read the law to the people, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 8. 4 Ezra the scribe stood, .and A. . .on his 

2. A Jew who, with Neheniiah, sealed the covenant, B.C. 
445- 

Neh. 10. 22 [The chief of the people]. .Hanan, and A. 

A'-NAK, piy_, p^H giant, long-necked. 
Son of Arba, and ancestor of the Anakini. 

Numi3- 22 Hebron; where. . the children of A.,(were) 
13. 28 moreover we saw the children of A. there 

13. 33 there we saw the giants, the sons of A. 
Deut. 9. 2 Wbo can stand before the children of A. 
Josh 15. 13 the city of Arba the father of A., which 

15. 14 Caleb drove thence the three sons of A. 
15. 14 Animan, and Talmai, the children of A. 

21. 11 the city of Arba the father of A. 
Judg. 1. 20 expelled thence the three sons of A. 

A-NA-KTTff, O'p^ giants. 

The descendants" of the preceding Arba, one of the 
" sons of Heth"(Geu. 23. 3); who, seven years be lure the 
building of Zoar in Egypt (Gen. 23. 2 ; Num. 13. 22 ; Josh. 
15- 13. 54)> built Hebron, which was hence called Kir- 
jath-arba, i.e., the city of Arba. Anak, bis son, had 
three distinguished descendants in the days of Moses 
and Joshua, B.C. 1490 (Num. 13. 22), whose names were 
Ahiman, Sheshai, and Talmai, and who dwelt in He- 
bron ; in whose presence the Israelites reckoned them- 
selves only as grasshoppers (Num. 13. 28, 33); this 
greatly disheartened Israel (Deut. 1. 28); the Anakim 
were like the Emim, who were great, and many, and 
tall, but who were dispossessed by Moab (Deut. 2. 10, 
ii, 21); it was a common saying, Who can stand before 
the sons of the Anakim? (Deut. 9. 2), but Joshua cut 
them off from the mountains, and from Hebron, Debir, 
and Anab, so that only a few were left in Gaza, Gath, 
and Ashdod, cities of the Philistines (Josh. n. 21, 22); 
they had great and fenced cities, the chief of which was 
Hebron, which they had called Kirjatb-arba, or the city 
of Arba, who had been a great man among them ( Josh. 

14. 12, 15); and who was also the father of Anak (Josh. 

15. 13) ; this Anak had three leading descendants in He- 
bron (Josh. 15. 14), which city was afterwards assigned 
to the Kohathites for a possession (Josh. 21. 11). The 
tribe lost its separate existence among the Philistines. 

Deut. 1. 28 we have seen the sons of the A. there 

2. 10 great, and many, and tall, as the A. 
2. 11 also were accounted giants, as the A. 
2. 21 great, and many, and tall as the A. 
9. 2 great and tall, the childien of the A. 

Josb.11. 21 time came Joshua, and cut off the A. 

11. 22 There was none of the A. left in the land 

14. 12 heardest in that day how the A. (were) -. 

14. 15 Arba was) a great man among the A. ■-, \ 
A-NA'-MUff, D*p^ : rochnen. 

A Mizraite people, of whose locale nothing certain is 
known ; but it was most probably in Northern Egypt. 

Gen. 10. 13 And Mizraim begat Ludim, and A. 

iCh. 1. 11 And Mizraim begat Ludim, and A. 

A-NAM-ME'-LECH, ^B& the ling's rock. 
An idol whose worship among the Sepharvaim wa& 
transplanted to Israel when Shalmaneser peopled the 
cities of Israel with the Sepharvaim. 

2KL 17.31 Sepharvites burnt., children in fire to.. A. 

A'-NAN, JlJJ he beclouds. 

An exile who, with Nehemiali, signed the covenant, B.C. 

445- 

Neb. 10. 26 [chief of the people ;] Ahijah, Hanan, A. 

A-NA'-NI, \ijJJ. my cloud (i.e., protector). 
Son of Elioenaf, of the family of David, B.C. 445. 

1 Ch. 3. 24 sons of Eboenai (were). .Dalaiah, and A. 

A-NAN-I'AH, rr^Jj; Jah is a cloud (i.e. , protector). 
Grandfather of Azariah, a returned exile, B.C. 460. 
Neh. 3. 23 repaired Azariah . . the son of A. by bis 

A-NAN-IAS, 'Avavlas Jah is gracious. 
1. A disciple whose wife conspired with him in attempt- 
ing to deceive the apostles in regard to the value ob- 
tained for their property, A.D. 35. 

Acts 5. 1 But a certain man named A., with Sapphira 



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AND 



Acts 5. 3 But Peter said, A., why hath Satan filled 
5. 5 And A. hearing these words fell down, and 

2. A disciple at Damascus to whom was made known 
the conversion of Saul of Tarsus, A.D. 35. 

Acts 9. 10 there was a certain disciple, .named A. 
9. 10 to him said the Lord in a vision, A. 
9. 12 hath seen in a vision a man named A. 
9. 13 Then A. answered, Lord, I have heard by 
g. 17 And A. went his way, and entered into 

22. 12 And one A., a devout man according to 

3. A high priest at Jerusalem, A.D. 60. 

Acts 23. 2 And the high priest A. commanded them 
24. 1 And after five days A. the high priest 

A'-NATH, n;n. answer. 

Father of Shamgar, third judge after Joshua, B.C. 1360. 
Judg. 3. 31 after him was Shamgar the son of A. 
5. 6 In the days of Shamgar the son of A. 

A-NA'-THE-MA, avaQepa. 

Any thing "put up" iu the temple of a god, set apart 

or separated, consecrated, devoted. 

1 Co. 16. 22 if any . . love not . . let him be A. 

A-NA'-THOTH, nimj/ answers. 

1. A Levitical city in Benjamin, 3 miles N. of Jerusalem, 
the birthplace of Jeremiah, now called Anata. 

Josh. 21. 18 A. with her suburbs, and Almon with her 
1 Ki. 2. 26 Get thee to A., unto thine own fields ; for 
1 Ch. 6. 60 out of the tribe of Benjamin. .A. with her 
Ezra 2. 23 The men of A., an hundred twenty and 
Neh. 7. 27 The men of A., an hundred twenty and 

ir. 32 [children . .of Bei^jamin. .dwelt at]. .A. 
Isa. 10. 30 cause it to be heard unto Laish, O poor A. 
Jer. 1. 1 the priests that (were) in A. in the land 

11. 21 thus saith the Lord of the men of A., that 

11. 23 I will bring evil upon the men of A. 

29. 27 hast thou not reproved Jeremiah of A. 

32. 7 Buy thee my field that (is) in A. : for the 

32. 8 Buy my field, I pray thee, that (is) in A. 

32. 9 I bought the field, .that (was) in A. 

2. The eighth of the nine sons of Becher, son of Benja- 
min, B.C. 1650. 

1 Ch. 7. 8 And the sons of Becher. . A. and Alemeth 

3. One of the chiefs that signed the covenant with Nehe- 
miah, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 10. 19 Hariph, A., Nebai 

ANCESTOR — 

First, former, |'it; ! Kl rishon. 

Lev. 26. 45 remember the covenant of their ancestors 

ANCHOR — 

An anchor, &yKupa angkura. 

Acts 27. 29 they cast four anchors out of the stern 
27. 30 they would have cast anchors out of the 
27. 40 when they had taken up the anchors, they 

Heb. 6. 19 Which., we have as an anchor of the soul 

ANCIENT — 

l.Aged, senior, jpj zaqen. 

Psa. 119. 100 I understand more than the ancients 
Isa. 3. 2 mighty man. .prudent, and the ancient 
3. 5 behave himself, .against the ansfent 
3. 14 will enter into judgment with the ancients 
9. 15 The ancient and honourable, he (is) the 
24. 23 and before his ancients gloriously 
47. 6 upon the ancient hast thou very heavily 
Jer. 19. 1 ancients of the people, .ancients of the 
Eze. 7. 26 priest, and counsel from the ancient 

8. 11 there stood, .seventy men of the ancients 

8. 12 hast thou seen what the ancients, .do in 

9. 6 Then they began at the ancient men 
27. 9 The ancients of Gebal and the wise 

2. White, grey, old, dry, K?VJ yashish. 

Job 12. 12 With the ancient (is) wisdom ; and in 
Z.Age, indefinite time, oSiy olam. 

Prov.22. 28 Remove not 'the ancient landmark, which 

Isa. 44. 7 since I appointed the ancient people ? 

Jer. 5. 15 mighty nation, it (is) an ancient nation 
18. 15 stumble in their ways, .the ancient paths 

Eze. 36. 2 Aha, even the ancient high places are our's 

4. Removed, p'fly attiq. 

1 Ch. 4. 22 And (these are) ancient things 
Dan. 7. 9 the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment 
7. 13 came to the Ancient of days, and they 
7. 2? Until the Ancient of days came, and 
5. Ancient times, D'pnp qedumim. 

. Judg. 5. 21 that ancient river, the river Kishou 
6. East, that which is before, D*ip qedem. 

Deut33. 15 the chief things of the ancient mountains 
2|Ki. 19. 25 Hast thou not heard, .of ancient times 
Isa. 19. 11 I (am) the son of. .ancient kings? 

23. 7 whose antiquity (is) of ancient days? 
37. 26 Hast thou not heard, .of ancient times 
5t. 9 awake, as in the ancient days, in the 

7. Eastern, what is before, via"P qadmoni. 

1 Sa. 24. 13 As saith the proverb of the ancients 
ANCIENT man — 
Aged, senior, elder, |pt zaqen. 

Ezra 3. 12 many of the priests, .ancient men 
ANCIENT time — 
1 . Indefinite time, D?iy olam. 

Psa. 77. 5 I have considered . . the years of ancient t. 



'2. East, what is before, nip qedem. 

Isa. 45. 21 who. .declared this from ancient time ? 
46. 10 Declaring the end from, .ancient times 
ANCLE — 
Ancle, end, den ephes. 

Eze. 47. 3 he brought me through, .to the ancles 

ANCLE-BONE — 

Ancle-bone, cr<pvp6u sjdiuron. 

Acts 3. 7 immediately his. .ancle bones received 
AND — 
l.Or, in o. 

Song 2. 7 by the roes, and by the hinds of the fields 
3. 5 by the roes, and by the hinds of the fields 

2. Also, ^N aph. 

1 Sa. 2. 7 The Lord bringeth low, and lifteth up 

3. When, '3 ki. 

1 Sa. 2. 21 And the Lord visited Hannah, 50 that she 

4. Unto, *iy ad. 

Gen. 6. 7 I will destroy, .both man, and beast 
Judg 20. 48 the beast and all that came to hand 
Dan. 7. 13 and came to the Ancient of days, and they 

5. On, upon, in addition to, ?y al. 

Judg 15. 8 he smote them hip and thigh withagreat 

6. With, oy ivi. 

Judg 20. 38 the men of Israel and the liers in wait 

AND — 

1. But, aWa alia, ak\d ye alia ge. 

Luke 17. 8 And will not rather say unto him 

24. 21 and beside all this, to-day is the third day 

2. Together with, a/xa hama. 

Acts 27. 40 to the sea, and loosed the rudder bands 
3. By (distributively), ava ana. 

Luke 10. 1 sent them two and two before bis face 
4. For, verily then, ydp gar. 

John 4. 37 And herein is that saying true, One 

Acts 8. 39 and he went on his way rejoicing 

2 Ti. 2. 7 and the Lord give thee understanding 

5. And, then, now, so, but, 5e de. 

Marki2. 5 beating some, and killing some 
Luke 18. 9 And he spake this parable unto certain 
1 Co. 15. 56 and the strength of sin (is) the law 
Gal. 3. 17 And this I say, (that) the covenant, that 

6. Certainly, now, 877 de. 

Acts 15. 36 Let us go again and visit our brethren 

7. Or, than, 1j e. 

Mark 6. n more tolerable for Sodom [and] Gomorrha 
1 Co. 11. 27 [and] drink (this) cup of the Lord unwor. 
1 Pe. 1. 18 with corruptible things .. silver and gold 

8. And, also, ical kai. 

Matt. 1. 2 Jacob begat Judas and his brethren 

P. With, usTa. meta (gen.) 

John 3. 25 between. .John's disciples and the Jews 

10. Whosoever, Zarts hostis. 

Acts 9. 35 all. .saw him, and turned to the Lord 

11 . Therefore, then, oi>u oun. 

Matt 1*8. 29 And his fellow servant fell down at his 
John 6. 62 and if ye shall see the Son of man 

20. 11 and as she wept, she stooped down 
Acts 15. 39 And the contention was so sharp between 

25. 23 And on the morrow, when Agrippa was 

12. Therefore indeed, moreover, (x\v olv men oun. 
Luke 3. 18 And many other things in his exhortation 
Acts 5. 41 And they departed from the presence of 

8. 25 And they, when they had testified and 
15. 3 And being brought on their way by the 
17. 30 And the times of this ignorance God 
28. 5 And he shook otf the beast into the fire 

Id. And, also, ri te. 

Matt 23 6 [And] love the uppermost rooms at feasts 

27. 48 a spunge, and filled (it) with vinegar 

28. 12 and had taken counsel, they gave large 
Markis 36 spunge full of vinegar, [and] put (it) on 
Luke 2. 16 came with haste, and found Mary, and 

12. 45 and to eat and drink, and to be drunken 

21. 11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers 

21. 11 and fearful sights and great signs shall 

22. 66 and the chief priests and the scribes came 
24. 20 And how the chief priests and our rulers 

John 2. 15 all out of the temple, and the sheep, and 
4. 42 And said unto the woman, Now we 
6. 18 And the sea arose by reason of a. .wind 

Acts 2. 3 as of fire, and it sat upon each of them 

2. 9 And in Judea, and Cappadocia, in Pontus 
2. 10 Phrygia, and Pamphylia. .Jews and pros. 
2. 33 and having received of the Father the 
2. 37 and said unto Peter and to the rest of the 
2. 40 and with many other words did he testify 
2. 43 and many wonders and signs were done 

2. 46 and they, continuing . . and breaking bread 

3. 10 And they knew that it was he which sat 
4. 13 and they took knowledge of them, that 

4. 33 and great grace was upon them all 

5. 19 and brought them forth, and said 

5. 35 And said unto them, Ye men of Israel 

5. 42 And daily in the temple, and in every 

6. 7 and a great company of the priests were 
6. 12 and they stirred up the people, and the 

6. 13 And set up false witnesses, which said 

7. 26 [And] the next day lie shewed himself unto i 



Acts 8. 1 [and] they were all scattered abroad 

8. 3 and haling meu and women . .to prison 
8. 6 And the people with one accord gave 
8. 13 and wondered, beholding the miracles 
8. 25 and preached the gospel in many villages 

8. 31 And he desired Philip that he would come 

9. 6 [And he trembling and astonished said] 
9. 15 before, .kings, and the children of Israel 
9. 18 and he received sight forthwith, and arose 
9. 24 [And]theywatched thegatesday and night 

10. 22 and of good report among all the nation 
10. 28 And he said unto thtm, Ye know how 
10. 33 and thou hast well done that thou art 

10. 48 And he commanded thtm to be baptized 

11. 13 [And] he shewed us how he had seen an 
11. 21 was with them : and a great number 

11. 26 And the disciples were called Christiana 

12. 6 and the keepers before the door kept the 
12. 8 [And]theangel said unto him, Gird thyself 

12. 12 And when he had considered, he came to 

13. 1 and Manaen, which had been brought up 

13. 4 and from thence they sailed to Cyprus 

14. 12 And they called Barnabas, Jupiter; and 

14. 21 And when they had preached the gospel 

15. 4 and they declared all things that God had 
15. s and to command . . keep the law of Moses 

15. 39 one from the other : and so Barnabas took 

16. 11 we came. .to. .and the next, .to Neapolis 
16. 12 [And]from thence to Philippi, which is the 
16. 13 And on the sabbath we went out of the 
16. 23 And when they had laid many stripes 

16. 26 [and] immediately all . . doorswere opened 

16. 34 And when he had brought them into his 

17. 4 and of the devout . . and of the chief 
17. 4 aud of the chief women not a few 

17. 5 an uproar, aud assaulted the house of 
17. 19 and they took him, and brought him unto 

17. 26 And hath made of one blood all nations 

18. 4 and persuaded the Jews and the Greeks 
18. 11 [And]he continued ..aycarandsixmonths 

18. 26 And he began to speak boldly in the 

19. 3 And he said unto them, Unto what then 
19. 6 and they spake with tongues, and prophe. 
19. 11 And God wrought special miracles by 
19. 12 and the evil spirits went out of them 

19. 18 And many that believed came, and 

19. 29 and having caught Gaius and Aristaichus 

20. 3 And (there) abode three months. And 
20. 7 and continued his speech until midnight 
20. 11 [and-] talked a long while, even till break 

20. 35 and to remember the words of the Loid 

21. 11 [and] bound his own hands and feet, and 
21. 18 unto James ; and all the elders were 

21. 20 and said unto him, Thou seest, brother 
21. 28 and further brought Greeks also into the 
21. 30 And all the city was moved, and the 

21. 37 And as Paul was to be led into the castle 

22. 7 And I fell unto the ground, and heard a 
22. 8 And he said unto me, I am Jesus of Naz. 

22. 28 [And] the chief captain answered, With a 

23. 10 take him. .and to bring (him) into the 
23. 24 Aud provide, .beasts, that they may set 

23. 35 And he commanded him to be kept in 

24. s and a ringleader of the sect of. . Nazarenes 
24. 23 [And]he commanded. .andtolet(him)have 
24. 27 and Felix, willing to shew the Jews a 
26. 10 and when they were put to death, I gave 
26. 11 and being exceedingly mad against them 
26. 16 which thou hast seen, and of those things 
26. 20 and throughout all the coasts of Judea 

26. 30 thus spoken, the kingroseup. .andBernice 

27. 3 And the next. . And Julius courteously 
27. 5 And when we had sailed over the sea of 
27, 8 And, hardly passing it, came unto a place 
27. 17 and, fearing lest they should fall into the 
27. 20 and no small tempest lay on (us), all hope 
27. 21 and to have gained this harm and loss 
27. 43 and commanded that they which could 

Rum. 1. 27 [And] likewise also the men, leaving the 
2. 19 And art confident that thou thyself art a 
14. 8 and whether we die, we die unto the Lord 
16. 26 and by the scriptures of the prophets 

1 Co. 1. 30 made unto us wisdom, and righteousness 
4. 21 in love, and (in) the spirit of meekness? 

Eph. 3. 19 And to know the love of Christ, which 

Heb. 1. 3 and upholding all things by the word of 
4. 12 and of the joints and marrow, and (is) a 
6. 2 and of laying on . .and of resurrection of 
6. 4 and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and 
6. 5 and the powers of the world to come 
9. 1 of divine service, and a worldly sanctuary 

11. 3s to tell of Gideon, and (of) Barak, and (of) 

12. 2 and is set down at the. .throne of God 
Jas, 3. 7 every kind of beasts, and of birds, and of 
•I ude 6 And the angels which kept not their first 
Rev. 1. 2 Christ, and of all things that he saw 

21. 12 [And] had a wall great and high 

AND afteiwaxd — 

And from thence, kclk€i6€v kakeithen. 

Acts 13. 2i And afterward they desired a king; and 
AND even — 
Nevertheless, '6fxcos homos, 

1 Co. 14. 7 And even things without life givingsouud 
AND from thence — 
And from thence, k<xks?6€v kakeithen. 

Markio. 1 And he arose from thence, and cometh 

Acts 7. 4 and from thence, when his father was 
21. 1 Rhodes, and from thence unto Patara 



AND 



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ANGEL 



Acts 27. 4 And when we had launched from thence 
28. 15 And from thence, when the brethren 

ANDI — 

And 7, Kaydt hago. 

Matt 11. 28 Come unto me., and I will give you rest 

26. 15 What, .and I will deliver him unto you? 

Luke 2. 48 father and I have sought thee sorrowing 

11. 9 And I say unto you, Ask, and it shall be 

16. g And I say uuto you, Make to yourselves 
22. 29 And I appoint unto you a kingdom, as 

John 1. 31 And I knew him not : but that he should 
1. 33 And I knew him not : but he that sent me 
1. 34 And I saw, and bare record that this is 

5. 17 My Father worketh hitherto, and I work 

6. 56 He that, .dwelleth in me, and I in him 
6. 57 and I live by the Father : so he that eateth 
8. 26 and I speak to the world those things 

10. 27 My sheep hear my voice, and I know them 
10. 28 And I give unto them eternal life ; aud 
10. 38 that the Father (is) in me, and I in him 

12. 32 And I, if I be lifted up from the earth 

14. 20 in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you 

15. 4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch 
15. 5 He that abideth in me, and I in him, the 

17. 21 as thou, Father, (art) in me, and I in thee 
17. 26 the love., may be in them, and I in them 
20. 15 hast laid him, and I will take him away 

Acts 22. 10 And I said, What shall I do, Lord ? And 

22. 19 And I said, Lord, they know that I 
Rom. 11. 3 and I am left alone, and they seek my 

1 Co. 2. 1 And I, brethren, when I came to you 

2 Co. 6. 17 touch not the unclean (thing); aud. I will 

12. 20 and (that) I shall be found uuto you such 
Gal. 6. 14 crucified unto me, and I unto the world 
Phil. 2. 28 and that I may be the less sorrowful 
Heb. 7. 8 And as I may so say, Levi also, who 
Jas. 2. 18 and I have works, .and I will shew 

AND if — 

A nd if, kolv kan. 

Marki6. 18 [and if they drink any deadly thiug] 
Luke 13. 9 And if it bear fruit, (well) : and if not 
Jas. 5. 15 aud if he have committed sins, they shall 

AND if so much as — 
And if k&v Jean. 

Heb. 12. 20 And if so much as a beast touch the 
AND not, cni vehn. 

Gen. 14. 23 and that I will not take anything that 
AND so — 
Then, ovv own. 

Acts 16. 5 Aud so were the churches established in 
AND there — 
A nd there, Ka/ce? kakeL 

Matt. 5. 23 and there rememberest that thy brother 
10. 11 and there abide till ye go thence 
28. 10 go into Galilee, and there shall they see 
Mark 1. 35 into a solitary place, and there prayed 
John 11. 54 and there continued with his disciples 
Acts 14. 7 And there they preached the gospel 

22. 10 go into Damascus, and there it shall be 
25. 20 and there be judged of these matters 27.6. 
AND when — Then, t6tc tote, Acts 13. 3. 
AND they — 
Who, oo-rts hostis. 

Acts 5. 16 and they were healed every one 

23. 14 And they came to the chief priests and 

AND truly — 
Then, ovv oun. 

John 20. 30 And many other signs truly did Jesus in 
AND [two AND two] — 
Two and two, ava Svo ana duo. 

Luke 10. 1 sent them two and two before his face 
AND yet — 
Although, Kalirep hxiper. 

Rev. 17. 8 the beast that was, and is not, and yet is 
AN'-DREW, 'ArSpe'as manly. 
Brother of Simon Peter, and one of the apostles. 

Matt. 4. 18 Simon called Peter, and A. his brother 
10. 2 first, Simon, who is called Peter, and A. 

Mark 1. 16 he saw Simon and A. his brother casting 
1. 29 entered into the house of Simon and A. 
3. 18 And A. and Philip, and Bartholomew, and 

13. 3 and A. asked him privately 

Luke 6. 14 Simon (whom he also named Peter) and A. 
John 1. 40 One of the two which heard, .was A. 
1. 44 Philip was of Bethsaida, the city of A. 
6. 8 One of his disciples, A. . .saith unto him 
12. 22 telleth A.: and again A. and Philip 
Acts 1. 13 upper room, where abode . . Peter . . and A. 

AN-DRO'-NI-CTJS, , Avh'p6viKos, conqueror. 
A kinsman of Paul at Rome, a.d. 60. 

Rom. 16. 7 Salute A. and Junia, my kinsmen 
A'-NEM, Ciy double fountain. 

A Levitical city of Issachar. It is omitted in the lists 
in Josh. 19. 21, and instead of it we find En-gannim. 
The one is probably a contraction of the other, as Ka rta n 
for Kirjathaim. It is now called Jenin, and is at the 
opening of the spreading valley into the plain. 

1 Ch. 6. 73 P^amoth with her suburbSj and A. with 
A'-NER, T3jj sjirout, waterfall. 
1. Brother of Mature, the Amorite, Abraham's ally, B.C. 
191 2. 



Gen. 14. 13 brother of Eshcol, and brother of A. 

14. 24 the men which weut with me, A., Eshcol 
•2. A Levitical city in Manasseh, W. of Jordan. It is the 
"Taanach" of Josh. 21. 25. The modern village of 
Anim, near Ta'anik, is probably the site of "Aner," 
which is substituted for " Taauach" in 1 Ch. 6. 70, as 
below. 

1 Ch/ 6. 70 out of the half tribe of Manasseh; A. with 

A-NE-THO-THITE, 'rih?J7 'iTlFi^'. 

A native of Anathoth, a place in Benjamin. 

2 Sa. 23. 27 Abiezer the A., Mebuunai the 

1 Ch. 27. 12 The ninth (captain . . was) Abiezer the A. 

ANGEL — 

1. Mighty, YSN abbir. 

Psa. 78. 25 Man did eat angels' food: he sent them 

2. Messenger, agent, ^nS 1 ?. 

Gen. 16. 7 the angel of the Lord found her by a 

16. 9, 10, 11 theangelof theLORDsaiduntoher 
19. 1 there came two angels to Sodom at even 
19. 15 when the morning arose, then the angels 

21. i7;the angel of God called to Hagar out of 

22. 11 the angel of the Lord called uuto him 

22. 15 the angel oftheLoRDcalleduntoAbraham 
24. 7 he shall send his angel before thee, and 
24. 40 The Lord, .will send his angel with thee 

28. 12 and behold the angels of God . .on it 

31. 11 theangelof God spake unto me iu a dream 

32. 1 and the angels of God met him 

48. 16 The Angel which redeemed me from all evil 
Exod. 3. 2 the angel of the Lord appeared unto him 
14. 19 the angel of God, which went before the 
23. 20 I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee 

23. 23 mine Angel shall go before thee, and bring 
32. 34 behold, mine Angel shall go before thee 
^2- 2 I will send au angel before thee ; and I 

Num. 20. 16 heard our voice, and sent an angel, and 

22. 22 the angel of the Lord stood in the way for an 
22. 23, 25, 27 the ass saw the angel of the Lord 
22. 24 the angel of the Lord stood in a path of the 
22. 26 the angel of the Lord went further, and 
22. 31 he saw the angel of the Lord standing iu the 
22. 32 And the angel of the Lord said unto him 
22. 34 Balaam said unto the angel of the Lord, I 
22. 35 the angel of the Lord said unto Balaam, Go 

Judg. 2. 1 an angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal 
2. 4 when the angel of theLORDspake these words 

5. 23 Curse ye Meroz, said the angel of the Lord 

6. 11 there came an angel of the Lord, and sat 
6. 12 the angel of the Lord appeared unto him 
6. 20 the angel of God said unto him, Take the 
6. 21 the angel of the Lord put forth, .the staff 
6. 21 the angel of the Lord departed out of his 
6. 22 Gideon perceived, .he (was) an angel of the 
6. 22 because I have seen an angel of the Lord 

13. 3 the angel of the Lord appeared unto the 
13. 6 his countenance, .like, .an angel of God 
13. 9 the angel of God came again unto the 
13. 13 the angel of the Lord said unto Manoah 
13. 15 Manoah said unto the angel of the Lord 

13. 16 theangelof the Lord. . an angel of the Lord. 

13. 17 Manoah said unto the angel of the Lord 

13. 18 the angel of the Lord said unto him 

13. 20 the angel of the Lord ascended in the flame 
13. 21 the angel of the Lord did no more appear 

13. 21 Manoah knew that he (was) an angel of the 

1 Sa. 29. 9 thou (art) good, .as an angel of God 

2 Sa. 14 17 for as an angel of God, so (is) my Lord the 

14. 20 according to the wisdom of an angel of God 
19. 27 my lord the king (is) as an angel of God 

24. 16 when the angel stretched out his hand 
24. 16 said to the angel that destroyed 

24. 16 the angel of the Lord was by the threshing 
24. 17 he saw the angel that smote the people 

1 Ki. 13 18 an angel spake unto me by the word of 

19. s an angel touched him, and said unto him 
19. 7 the angel of the Lord came again the 

2 Ki. jjfi, 3 the angel of the Lord said to Elijah the 

1. 15 the angel of the Lord said unto Elijah 
19. 35 the angel of the Lord weut out, and smote 

1 Ch. si. 12 the angel of the Lord destroying 

21. 15 sent an angel, .the angel, .the angel 
21. 16 David, .saw the angel of the Lord stand 
21. 18 the angel of the Lord commanded Gad 
21. 20 Oman turned back, and saw the angel 
21. 27 the Lord commanded the angel ; and he 
21. 30 afraid because, .of the augel of the Lord 

2 Ch. 32. 21 the Lord sent an angel, which cut off all 
Job 4. 18 his angels he charged with folly 

Psa. 34. 7 The angel of tluTXoRD eucampeth round 
35. 5 let the angel of the Lord chase (them) 
35. 6 let the angel of the Lord persecute them 
78. 49 He cast, .trouble, by sending evil angels 
91. 11 he shall give his augels charge over thee 

103. 20 Bless the Lord, ye his angels, that 

104. 4 Who niaketh his angels spirits ; his 
148. 2 Praise ye him, all his augels : praise 

Eccl. 5. 6 neither say thou before the angel, that it 
Isa. 37. 36 the angel of the Lord went forth, and 

63. 9 the angel of his presence saved them 
Dan. 3. 28 who hath sent his angel, and delivered 
6. 22 My God hath sent his angel, and hath 
Hos. 12. 4 he had power over the angel, and prevailed 
Zech. 1. 9 the angel that talked with me said unto me 
1. 11 they answered the augel of the Lord 
1. 12 the angel of the Lord answered and said 

1. 13 the LORD answered the angel that talked 
1. 14 the angel that communed with me said 

1. 19 I said unto the angel that talked with me 

2. 3 the angel that talked with me went forth 



Zech. 2. 3 and another angel went out to meet him 

3. 1 Joshua, .standing before the angel of the 

3. 3 Now Joshua, .stood before the angel 

3. 5 And the angel of the Lord stood by 

3. 6 the angel of the Lord protested unto 

4. 1 the angel that talked with me came again 
4. 4 I answered and spake to the angel 

4. 5 the angel that talked with me answered 

5. 5 the augel that talked with me went forth 

5. 10 Then said I to the angel that talked with 

6. 4 I answered and said unto the angel 
6. 5 the angel answered and said unto me 

12. 8 as the angel of the Lord before them 

3. Messenger, agent, &yye\os anggelos. 

Matt. 1. 20 the angel of the Lord appeared untt> him 

1. 24 Joseph, .did as the angel of the Lord had 

2. 13 the augel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph 
2. 19 when Herod was dead, behold, an angel 

4. 6 He shall give his angels charge concerning 

4. 11 angels came and ministered unto him 

13. 39 and the reapers are the angels 

13. 41 Son of man shall send forth his angels 
13. 49 angels shall come forth, and sever the 
16. 27 Son of man shall come, .with his angels 
18. 10 in heaven their angels do always behold 
22. 30 but are as the angels of God in heaven 
24. 31 he shall send his angels with a great sound 

24. 36 not the angels of heaven, but my Father 

25. 31 all the holy angels with him, then shall 

25. 41 prepared for the devil and his angels 

26. S3 give me more than twelve legions of angels? 
28. 2 the augel of the Lord descended from 

28. 5 the augel answered and said unto the 
Mark 1. 13 and the angels ministered unto him 

8. 38 when he cometh. .with the holy angels 

12. 25 are as the angels which are in heaven 

13. 27 then shall he send his angels, and shall 
13. 32 not the angels which are in heaven 

Luke 1. 11 there appeared unto him an angel of the 
1. 13 the angel said unto him, Fear not 
1. 18 Zacharias said unto the angel. Whereby 
1. 19 the angel answering said unto him, I am 
1. 26 in the sixth month the angel Gabriel 
1. 28 [the angel] came in unto her, and said 
1. 30 the angel said unto her, Fear not, Mary 
1. 34 Then said Mary unto the angel, How shall 
1. 35 the angel answered and said unto her 

1. 38 And the angel departed from her 

2. 9 the angel of the Lord came upon them 
2. 10 the angel said unto them, Fear not : for 
2. 13 And suddenly there was with the angel a 
2. 15 as the angels were gone away from them 
2. 21 Jesus, which was so named of the angel 
4. 10 He shall give his angels charge over thee 

9. 26 in his own glory, .and of the holy angels 
12. 8 also confess before the angels of God 

12. 9 shall be denied before the angels of God 

15. 10 there is joy in the presence of the angels 

16. 22 the beggar, .was carried by the angels into 

22. 43 [there appeared an angel unto him from] 
24. 23 they had also seen a vision of angels 

John 1. 51 the angels of God ascending and descending 

5. 4 [an angel went down at a certain season] 

12. 29 others said, An angel spake to him 

20. 12 seeth two angels in white sitting, the one 
Acts 5. 19 the angel of the Lord by night opened 

6. 15 as it had been the face of an angel 

7. 30 there appeared to him., an angel of the Lord 
7* 35 by the hand of the angel which appeared 
7. 38 This is he, that was. .with the angel which 

7. 53 the law by the disposition of angels, and 

8. 26 the angel of the Lord spake untp Philip 
3 He saw in a vision evidently, .an angel 
7 when the angel which spake unto Cornelius 

:o. 22 was warned from God by an holy angel 

1. 13 how he had seen an angel in his house 

2. 7 the augel of the Lord came upon (him) 
2. 8 the angel said unto him, Gird thyself, and 
2. 9 which was done by the angel ; but thought 
2. 10 forthwith the angel departed from him 
2. 11 that the Lord hath sent his angel, and 
2. 15 Then said they, It is his angel 

2. 23 immediately the angel of the Lord smote 

23. 8 is no resurrection, neither angel nor spirit 
23. 9 if a spirit or an angel hath spoken to him 

27. 23 there stood by me this night the angel of 
Rom. 8. 38 I am persuaded, that neither, .angels, nor 

1 Co. 4. 9 for we are made a spectacle unto, .angels 

6. 3 Know ye not that we shall judge angels? 

11. 10 power on (her) head because of the angels 

13. 1 Though I speak with the tongues, .of angels 

2 Co. 11. 14 Satan himself is transformed into an angel 
GaL 1. 8 though we, or an angel from heaven 

3. 19 ordained by angels in the hand of a 

4. 14 received me as an angel of God, (even) as 
Col. 2. 18 humility and worshipping of angels 

2 Th. 1. 7 shall be revealed, .with his mighty augels 
1 Ti. 3. 16 was manifest in the flesh, .seen of angels 

5. 21 I charge(thee) before, .the elect angels.that 
Heb. 1. 4 made so much better than the angels, as he 

1. s unto which of the angels said he at any 

1. 6 let all the augels of God worship him 

1. 7 of the angels he saith. .his angels a flaming 

1. 13 to which of the angels said he at any 

2. 2 if the word spoken by angels was stedfast 
2. 5 unto the angels hath he not put in subjec. 
2. 7 madest him a little lower than the angels 
2. 9 was made a little lower than the angels 

2. 16 took not on. .angels; but took on the seed 

12. 22 to an innumerable company of angels 

13. 2 thereby some have entertained angels 



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i Pe. i. 12 which things the angels desire to look into 
3. 22 angels and authorities and powers being 

2 Pe. 2. 4 if God spared not the angels that sinned 
2. 11 angels, which are greater in power and 

Jude 6 angels which kept not their first estate 

Eev. 1. i he sent and signified (it) by his angel 

1. 20 The seven stars are the angels of the seven 

2. 1 Unto the angel of the church of Ephesus 
2. 8 unto the angel of the church in Smyrna 
2. 12 to the angel of the church in Pergamos 

2. 18 unto the angel of the church in Thyatira 

3. 1 unto the angel of the church in Sardis 

3. s I wiI * confess his name, .before his angels 
3. 7 to the angel of the church in Philadelphia 
3. 14 unto the angel of the church. .Laodiceans 
5. 2 I saw a strong angel proclaiming with a 
5. n I heard the voice of many angels round 
7. 1 I saw four angels standing on the four 
7. 2 another angel, .cried, .to the four angels 

7. 11 all the angels stood round about the 

8. 2 I saw the seven angels which stood 
8. 3 another angel came and stood at the 
8. 4 up before God out of the angel's hand 
8. 5 the angel took the censer, and filled 
8. 6 the seven angels which had the seven 

8. 7 The first [angel] sounded, and there followed 
8. 8 the second angel sounded, and as it were a 
8. 10 the third angel sounded, and there fellv.n. 
8. 12 the fourth angel sounded, and the third 
8. 13 I beheld, and heard an [angel], .saying 

8. 13 voices of the trumpet of the three angels 

9. 1 the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star 
9. 11 theyhadaking. .the angel of the bottomless 
9. 13 the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice 
9. 14 Saying to the . . angel . . Loose the four angels 
9. 15 the four angels were loosed, which were 

10. 1 1 saw another mighty angel come down 
10. 5 the angel which I saw stand upon the 
10. 7 in the days, .of the seventh angel, when 
10. 8 which is open in the hand of the angel 
10. 9 I went unto the angel, and said unto 

10. 10 I took the little book out of the angel's hand 

11. 1 [the angel stood,] saying, Rise and measure 
11 15 the seventh angel sounded; and there were 

12. 7 his angels fought against, .his angels 

12. 9 and his angels were cast out with him 
14. 6 I saw another angel fly in the midst of 
14. 8 there followed another angel, saying, B. 
14. 9 the third angel followed them, saying with 
14. 10 in the presence of the holy angels, and in 
14. 15, 17 another angel came out of the temple 
14. 18 another angel came out from the altar 

14. 19 the angel thrust in his sickle into the 

15. 1 I saw another sign, .seven angels having 
15. 6 the seven angels came out of the temple 

13. 7 one . . gave unto the seven angels seven 

15. 8 the seven plagues of the seven angels 

16. 1 I heard, .saying to the seven angels 

16. 3, 4, 8, io, 12 [angel] poured out Iris vial upon 
16. 5 I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou 

16. 17 the seventh [angel] poured out his vial into 

17. 1 there came one of the seven angels which 

17. 7 the angel said unto me. Wherefore didst 

18. 1 after these things I saw another angel come 

18. 21 a mighty angel took up a stone like a 

19. 17 I saw an angel standing in the sun ; and 

20. 1 T saw an angel come down from heaven 

21. 9 there came, .one of the seven angels which 
21. 12 [at the gates twelve angels, and names] 

21. 17 the measure of a man, that is, of the angel 

22. 6 the Lord God . . sent his angel to shew 
22. 8 to worship before the feet of the angel 

22. 16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto 

A3TGELS — 

I.God, a god,judge s D'-r^f elohim. 

Psa. 8. 5 made him a little lower than the angels 

^.Repetition, \K}P shinan. 

Psa. 68. 17 chariots of God. .thousands of angels 

ANGELS, equal unto the — 

Mgual or like to the angels, io-dyye\os isanggelos. 
Luke 20. 36 they are equal unto the angels ; and are 

ANGER.— 

I.Anger, snorting, f]N' wph. 

Gen. 27. 45 Until thy brother's anger turn away from 
30. 2 Jacob's anger was kindled against Rachel 
44. 18 let not thine anger burn against thy servant 
49. 6 in their anger they slew a man, and in 
49. 7 Cursed (be) their anger, for. .fierce ; and 

Exod, 4. 14 the anger of the Lord whs kindled against 
11. 8 went out from Pharaoh in a great anger 
32. 19 Moses' anger waxed hot, and he cast the 
32. 22 Let not the anger of my lord wax hot 

Uum. 11. 1 the Lord heard (it); and his anger was 

11. 10 the anger of the Lord was kindled greatly 

12. 9 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 
22. 22 God's anger was kindled because he went 
22. 27 Balaam's anger was kindled, and he smote 

24. 10 Balak's anger was kindled against Balaam 

25. 3 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 
25. 4 the fierce anger of the Lord may be turned 
32. 10 the Lord's anger was kindled the same time 
32. 13 the Lord's anger was kindled against Israel 
32. 14 to augment yet the fierce anger of the Lord 

Deut. 6. 15 lest the anger of the Lord thy God be 

7. 4 so will the anger of the Lord lie kindled 
9. 19 I was afraid of the anger and hot displeasure 

13. 17 that the Lord may turn from . . his anger 
29. 20 the anger of the Lord, .shall smoke against 
29. 23 which the Lord overthrew in his anger 



Deut. 29. 24 what, .the heat of this great anger? 

29. 27 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 
29. 28 rooted them out of their land in anger 

31. 17 my anger shall be kindled against them 

32. 22 a fire is kindled in mine anger 

Josh. 7. 1 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 
7. 26 So the Lord turned from, .his auger 
23. 16 shall the anger of the Lord be kindled 
Judg. 2. 14 the anger of the Lord was hot against Israel 

2. 20 the anger of the Lord was hot against Israel 

3. 8 the anger of the Lord was hot against Israel 

6. 39 Let not thine anger be hot against me 

9. 30 when Zebul . . heard . . his anger was kindled 
10. 7 the anger of the Lord was hot against Israel 
14. 19 his anger was kindled, and he went up 

1 Sa. 11. 6 and his anger was kindled greatly 

17. 28 Eliab's anger was kindled against David 
20. 30 Raul's anger was kindled against Jonathan 

20. 34 Jonathan arose from the table in fierce anger 

2 Sa. 6. 7 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 

12. 5 David's anger was greatly kindled against 
24. 1 again the anger of the Lord was kindled 
2 Ki. 13. 3 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 

23. 26 his anger was kindled against Judah 

24. 20 through the anger of the Lord it came to 

1 Ch, 13. 10 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 

2 Ch. 25. 10 their auger was greatly kindled against 

25. 10 and they returned home in great anger 
25. 15 the anger of the Lord was kindled against 

JSTeh. 9. 17 a God ready to pardon . . slow to anger 
Job 9. 5 which overturneth them in his anger 
9. 13 God will not withdraw his anger 

18. 4 He teareth himself in his anger 

21. 17 distributeth sorrows in his anger 
35. 15 he hath visited iu his anger; yet he 

Psa. 6. 1 Lord, rebuke me not in thine anger 

7. 6 Arise, Lord, iu thine anger, lift up 
27. 9 put not thy servant away in anger 

30. 5 his anger . . a moment ; in his favour (is) life 
37. 8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath 

56. 7 in . .anger cast down the people, O God 
69. 24 let thy wrathful anger take hold of them 
74. 1 doth thine anger smoke against the sheep 

77. 9 hath he in anger shut up his tender mercies? 

78. 21 and anger also came up against Israel 
78. 38 many a time turned he his anger away 
78. 49 He cast upon them, .his anger, wrath 
78. 50 He made a way to his anger; he spared 
85. 3 thou hast turned . .from . .thine anger 
85. 5 Wilt thou be angry with us for ever? 
90. 7 we are consumed by thine anger, and by 
90. 11 Who knoweth the power of thine anger? 

103. 8 The Lord (is) merciful and. .slow to anger 
145. 8 The LoRD(is)gracioiis. .slow to anger, and of 
Prov. 15. 1 but grievous words stir up anger 

r5. 18 (he that is) slow to anger appeaseth strife 

16. 32 slow to anger (is) better than the mighty 

9. 11 The discretion of a man deferreth his anger 
21. 14 A gift in secret pacifieth anger 
27. 4 Wrath (is) cruel, and anger (is) outrageous 
Isa. 5. 25 Therefore is the anger of the Lord kindled 
5. 25 For all this his anger is not turned away 
7. 4 for the fierce anger of Rezin with Syria 
9. 12, 17, 21 For all this his anger is not turned 
10. 4 For all this his anger is not turned away 
10. 5 O Assyrian, the rod of mine anger, and 
10. 25 and mine anger in their destruction 

12. 1 though thou wast angry with me 

13. 3 called my mighty ones for mine anger 

13. 9 both with wrath and fierce anger 
13. 13 and in the day of his fierce anger 

14. 6 he that ruled the nations in anger 

30. 27 Behold, .burning.. his anger,andtheburden 
30. 30 with the indignation of (his) anger 
42. 25 poured upon him the fury of his anger 

48. 9 my name's sake will I defer mine anger 
63. 3 I will tread them in mine anger 

63. 6 I will tread down the people in mine anger 
66. 15 Lord will, .render his anger with fury 
Jer. 2. 35 surely his anger shall turn from me 

4. 8 the fierce anger of the Lord is not turned 
4. 26 were broken down, .by his fierce anger 
7. 20 mine anger, .shall be poured out upon this 
10. 24 O Lord, correct me. .not in thine anger 
12. 13 because of the fierce anger of the Lord 

15. 14 for a fire is kindled in mine anger 

17. 4 for ye have kindled a fire in mine anger 

18. 23 with them in the time of thine anger 
21. 5 I myself will fight, .even in anger 

23. 20 The anger of the Lord shall not return 
25- 37 because of the fierce anger of the Lord 
25. 38 desolate, .because of his fierce anger 
30. 24 fierce anger of the Lord shall not return 
32. 31 a provocation of mine anger and of my 

32. 37 I have driven them in mine anger, and in 

33. 5 whom I have slain in mine anger and in 
36. 7 great (is) the anger and the fury that the 
42. 18 mine anger and my fury hath been poured 
44. 6 my fury and mine anger was poured forth 

49. 37 will bring, .my fierce anger, saith the Lord 

51. 4s deliver, .from the fierce anger of the LORD 

52. 3 through the anger of the Lord it came 
Lam. 1. 12 Lord hath afflicted, .in. his fierce anger 

2. 1 covered the daughter of Zion. .in his anger 
2. i remembered not his footstool in. .auger ! 
2. 3 He hath cut off in. .fierce anger 
2. 6 hath despised, .in. .his anger the king 
2. 21 hast slain, .in the day of thine anger 

2. 22 so that in the day of the Lord's anger 

3. 43 Thou hast covered with anger 

3. 66 Persecute and destroy them in anger 

4. 11 he hath poured out his fierce anger 



Eze. 5. 13 Thus shall mine anger be accomplished 
5. 15 I shall execute judgments in thee in anger 
7. 3 I will send mine anger upon thee 
7. 8 and accomplish mine auger upon thee 
13. 13 and.. an overflowing, .in mine anger 
20. 8 I will . . accomplish my anger against them 
20. 21 1 would, .accomplish my anger against 
22. 20 so will I gather, .in mine anger 
25. 14 they shall do. .according to mine anger 
35. 11 I will even do according to thine anger 
43. 8 I have consumed them In mine anger 

Dan. 9. 16 let thine anger and thy fury be turned 
11. 20 he shall be destroyed, neither in anger 

Hos. 8. 5 mine anger is kindled against them 
11. 9 I will not execute the. .of mine anger 

13. 11 I gave thee a king in mine auger 

14. 4 mine anger is turned away from him 
Joel 2. 13 gracious and merciful, slow to anger 
Amos 1. 11 and his anger did tear perpetually 
Jon. 3. 9 and turn away from his fierce anger 

4. 2 gracious God, and merciful, slow to anger 
Mic. 5. 15 I will execute vengeance in anger 

7. 18 he retaineth not his anger for ever 
Nah. 1. 3 The Lord (is) slow to anger, and great in 

1. 6 who can . .in the fierceness of his anger? 
Hab. 3. 8 (was) thine anger against the rivers? 

3. i2 thou didst thresh the heathen in anger 
Zeph. 2. 2 fierce anger, .before the. .auger come 

2. 3 shall be hid in the day of the Lord's anger 

3. 8 to pour upon them, .all my fierce anger 
Zech. 10. 3 Mine anger was kindled against the 

2. Indignation, Dyi zaam. 

Psa. 38. 3 no soundness, .because of thine anger 

o.Fury, heat, non chemoJi. 

Esth. 1. 12 the king, .his anger burned in him 

4.Anger, sadness, Dys kaas. 

Psa. 85. 4 and cause thine anger toward us to cease 
Eccl. 7. 9 for anger resteth in the bosom of fools 

5. Passing over, transgression, rrpjj ebrah. 
Prov.22. 8 and the rod of his anger shall fail 

6 .Face, countenance, D'J3 panim. 

Psa. 21. 9 make them, .in the time of thine anger 
Jer. 3. 12 I will not cause mine anger to fall upon 
Lam. 4. 16 The anger of the Lord hath divided them 

7. Spirit, rrti ruach. 

Judg. 8. 3 their anger was abated toward him 

8. Anger, bpyf) orge. 

Mark 3. 5 when he had looked, .with anger, being 
Eph. 4. 31 Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger 
Col. 3. 8 ye also put off all these ; anger, wrath 

ANGER, to — 

To make ivroth, rpg katsaph, 5. 

Psa. 106. 32 They angered, .at the waters of strife 

ANGLE — 

Angle, hook, -isn ehakkah. 

Isa. 19. 8 all they that cast angle into the brooks 
Hab. 1. 15 They take up all of them with the angle 

ANGRY — 

I.To be indignant, nyi zaam, 2. 

Prov.25. 23 an angry countenance a backbiting tongue 

2. Anger, sadness, oys kaas. 

Prov.21. 19 with a contentious and an angry woman 
Z.Bitter, in mar. 

Judg 18. 25 lest angry fellows run upon thee 

ANGRY, to te — 

1.3*0 snort, be angry, r\3\< anaph. 

1 Ki. 8. 46 If they siu. .and thou be angry with them 

2 Ch. 6. 36 If they sin . . and thou be angry with them 
Ezra 9. 14 wouldst not thou be angry with us till 
Psa. 2. 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be angry 

79. 5 How long, Lord? wilt thou be angry 
85. 5 Wilt thou be angy with us for ever? 
Isa. 12. 1 though thou wast angry with me 

l.To show oneself angry, *|JN anaph, 7. 

Deut. 1. 37 Lord was angry with me for your sakes 
4. 21 Lord was angry with me for your sakes 
9. 8 so that the Lord was angry with you 
9. 20 the Lord was very angry with Aaron 

1 Ki. 11. 9 the Lord was angry with Solomon 

2 Ki. 17. 18 the Lord was very angry with Israel 

3. Anger, frjK a ph. 

Psa. 76. 7 who may stand.. when, .thou art angry? 
4. To be angry, dj? benas. 

Dan. 2. 12 For this cause the king was angry 
5. To bum, be heated, .Tin charah. 

Gen. iS. 30, 32 Oh let not the Lord be angry 

45. s be not. .angry with yourselves 
2 Sa. 19. 42 wherefore then be ye angry for this 
Neh. 5. 6 I was very angry when I heard their cry 
Jon. 4. 1 Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry 
4. 4, 9 Doest thou well to be angry for the 
4. 9 I do well to be angry, .unto death 

6. To be burning, burnt, Tin charar, 2. 

Song 1. 6 my mother's children were angry with me 

7. To be angry, sad, Dys kaas. 

Eccl. 7. Be not hasty in thy spirit to be angry 
Eze. 16. 42 be quiet, and will be no more angry 



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8. To smoke, J#fl wham,. 

Psa. 80. 4 wilt thou be angry against the prayer 

9. To be wroth, FpB qatsaph. 

Lev. 10. 16 he was angry with Eleazar aud Ithamar 
Eccl. 5. 6 wherefore should God be angry at thy 
10. To be angry, 6pyi(ofj.at. orgizomai. 

Matt. 5. 22 I say unto you, That whosoever is angry 
Luke 14. 21 the master of the house being angry said 

15. 28 And he was angry, and would not go in 
Eph. 4. 26 Be ye angry, and sin not : let not the 
Rev. 11. iS the nations were angry, and thy wrath is 

11. To be full of bile, x°*« w cholao. 

John 7. 23 are ye angry at me, because I have made 

ANGRY, soon — 

Prone to anger, bpyiXos orgilos. 

Titus 1. 7 a bishop must be. .not soon angry 

ANGUISH — 

1. Straitness, anguish, p^RD mutsaq. 

Isa. 8. 22 behold trouble . .dimness of anguish 
^.Straitness, anguish, pteB matsoq. 

Psa.ng.143 Trouble and anguish have taken hold on 

3. Straitness, anguish, npsa metsuqah. 

Job 15. 24 Trouble and anguish shall make him 

4. Straitness, anguish, n^lx tsuqah. 

Prov. 1. 27 when distress aud auguish cometh upon 

Isa. 8. 22 behold trouble and. .dimness of auguish 

30. 6 into the land of trouble and anguish 

5. Straitness, distress, is tsar. 

Job 7. n I will speak in the anguish of my spirit 

6. Straitness, distress, rny tsarah. 

Gen. 42. 21 in that we saw the anguish of his soul 
Jer. 4. 31 the anguish as of her that bringeth forth 
6. 24 anguish hath taken hold of us 

49. 24 anguish and sorrows have taken her 

50. 43 anguish took hold of him. .pangs 

7. Straitness, distress, ns'p qotser. 

Exod. 6. 9 they hearkened not . . for anguish of spirit 

8. Confusion, y^y shabatz. 

2 Sa. 1. g anguish is come upon me, because 
QC.Pressure, Bhfyis thlipsis. 

John 16. 21 she remembereth no more the anguish 

10. Straitness, strait place, a-revoxoopia. 

Rom. 2. 9 Tribulation and anguish, upon eveiy soul 

11. Holding together, anguish, trvvoxh- 

2 Co. 2. 4 out of much affliction and anguish of 

ANGUISH, to be in — 
To be pained, h"- n ckul. 

Deut. 2. 25 and be in anguish because of thee 

A-NT-AM, Oinx lamentation of the people. 
A son of Shemidah, a Manassehite, B.C. 1400. 
1 Ch. 7. 19 And the sons of Shemidah were. .A. 

A'-NTK, 0'iy fountains. 

A city among the mountains at the N.W. of Judah. 

Josh. 15. 50 And Anab, and Eshtemoh, and A. 
ANISE — 
Anise, dill, &wn9ou anethon. 

Matt 23. 23 ye pay tithe of mint and anise and 
AN'-NA, "Awa grace. 

A prophetess of the tribe of Asher at the time of the 
birth of Jesus. 

Luke 2. 36 And there was one A., a prophetess, the 

AN'-NAS, "Kvvas grace of Jah. 

A Jewish high-priest, the son of Seth, and<appointed 
high-priest in his 37th year (a.D. 7) by Quirtnus, the 
imperial governor of Syria, after the battle of Actium, 
but was obliged to resign at the beginning of the reign 
of Tiberius (A.D. 14). 

Luke 3. 2 A. and Caiaphas being the high priest 
John 18. 13 And led him away to A. first 

18. 24 Now A. had sent him bound unto Caiaphas 
Acts 4. 6 And A, the high priest, .were gathered 

ANOINT, to — 

\. To fatten, fan dashen, 3. 

Psa. 23. 5 thou anointed my head with oil 

2. To smear, anoint, n&>0 mashach. 

Gen. 31. 13 where thou anointedst the pillar 
Exod28. 41 his sons with him ; and shall anoint them 
29. 7 pour (it) upon his head, and anoint him 

29. 36 thou shalt anoint it, to sanctify it 

30. 26 thou shalt anoint the tabernacle 

30. 30 thou shalt anoint Aaron and his sons 
40. g thou shalt. .anoint the tabernacle 
40. 10 thou shalt anoint the altar of the burnt 
40. 11 thou shalt anoint the laver and his foot 
o. 13 thou shalt put upon Aaron . .and anoint 
40. 15 shalt anoint them, as thou didst anoint 
Lev. 7. 36 in the day that he anointed them, (by) a 
8. 10 Moses, .anointed the tabernacle and all 
8. 11 anointed the altar and all his vessels 
8. 12 and anointed him, to sanctify him 
16. 32 the priest, whom he shall anoint, and 
Num. 7. 1 had anointed it, and sanctified it 

7. 1 had anointed them, and sanctified them 
Judg. 9. 8 The trees went forth . .to anoint a king 
9. 15 If in truth ye anoint me king over you 



1 Sa. 9. 16 thou shalt anoint him (to be) captain 

10. 1 (Is it) not because. .Lord hath anointed 

15. 1 Lord seut me to anoint thee (to be) king 
15. 17 the Lord anointed thee king over Israel 

16. 3 thou shalt anoint unto me . . whom I name 
16. 12 the Lord said. Arise, anoint him : for 
16. 13 anointed him in the midst of his brethren 

2 Sa. 2. 4 there they anointed David king over the 

2. 7 thehouseof Judah have anointedme king 

5. 3 they anointed David king over Israel 

5. 17 heard that they had anointed David king 
12. 7 I anointed thee king over Israel, and I 
19. 10 Absalom, whom we anointed over us 

1 Ki. 1. 34 let Zadok. .anoint him there king 

1. 39 Zadok the priest, .anointed Solomon 

1. 45 have anointed him king in Gihon 

5. 1 heard that they had anointed him king 
19. 15 anoint Hazael. .king over Syria 
19. 16 shalt thou anoint, .shalt thou anoint 

2 Ki, 9. 3, 6, 12, I have anointed thee king over 

11. 12 made him king, and anointed him 
23. 30 anointed him. aud made him king 

1 Ch. 11. 3 they anointed David king over Israel 

29. 22 anointed, .unto the Lord, .the chief 

2 Ch. 22. 7 whom the Lord had auointed to cut off 

23. 11 Jehoiada aud his sons auointed him 
Psa. 45. 7 God, hath anointed thee with the oil of 

89. 20 with my holy oil have I anointed him 
Isa. 21. 5 arise, ye princes, .anoint the shield 

61. 1 the Lord hath anointed me to preach 
Dan. 9. 24 and to anoint the most Holy 

3. To pour out, Tpo suk. 

Deut 28. 40 but thou shalt not anoint . . with the oil 
Ruth 3. 3 Wash thyself therefore, and auoint thee 
2 Ch. 28. 15 gave them to eat. .and anointed them 
Eze. 16. 9 from thee, and I anointed thee with oil 
Mic. 6. 15 but thou shalt not anoint thee with oil 

4. To anoint, a\ei<pco aleipho. 

Matt. 6. 17 thou, when thou fastest, anoint thine head 
Mark 6. 13 anointed with oil many that were sick 
16. 1 that they might come aud anoint him 
Luke 7. 38 kissed his feet, and anointed (them) with 

7. 46 thou didst not anoiut. .hath anointed 
John 1 1. 2 It was (that) Mary which anointed the 

12. 3 anointed the feet of Jesus, aud wiped his 
Jas. 5. 14 anointing him with oil in the name of 

5. To rub in, 4yx?' LOi engchrio. 

Rev. 3. 18 anoiut thine eyes with eyesalve, that thou 

6. To rub on, iwixp'^ iiri epichrio epi. 

John 9. 6 he auointed the eyes of the blind man with 
9. 11 A man that is called Jesus, .anointed mine 

7. To anoint with aromatics, fivpifa murizo. 

Mark 14. 8 she is come aforehand to anoint my body 

8. To rub, xp' iu <-'hrio. 

Luke 4. 18 he hath anointed me to preach the 
Acts 4. 27 child Jesus, whom thou hast anointed 

10. 38 How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with 
2 Co. 1. 21 he which . . hath anointed us, (is) God 
Heb. 1. 9 thy God, hath anointed thee with the 

ANOINT self, to — 

l.To pour out, Tpo sulc. 

2 Sa. 14. 2 anoint not thyself with oil, but be as a 
Dan. 10. 3 neither did I anoint myself at all, till 

2. To cause to pour out, ^d suk, 5. 

2 Sa. 12. 20 aud washed, and anointed (himself) 

3. To smear, anoint, nwo mashach. 

Amos 6. 6 anoint themselves with the chief ointms. 

ANOINTED — 

1. Smeared, anointed, ri^pp mimshach. 

Eze. 28. 14 Thou (art) the anointed cherub that 

2. Smeared, anointed, nvn mashiach. 

Lev. 4. 3 If the priest that is anointed do sin 

4. 5, 16 And the priest that is anointed shall 

6. 22 that is anointed in his stead shall offer it 
1 Sa. 2. 10 and exalt the horn of his anointed 

2. 35 lie shall walk before mine anointed for 
12. 3 here I (am), .and before his anointed 
12. 5 and his anointed (is) witness this day 

16. 6 Surely the Lord's anointed (is) before him 
24. 6 unto my master, the Lord's anointed 
24. 6 seeing he (is) the anointed of the Lord 
24.. 10 for he (is) the LORD'S anointed 
26. 9 his hand against the Lord's anointed 
26. 11 mine hand against the Lord's anointed 
26. 16 ye have not kept, .the Lord's anointed 
26. 23 mine hand against the Lord's anointed 
2Sa. 1. 14 thine hand to destroy the Lord's anointed 
1. 16 saying, I have slain the Lord's anointed 
1. 21 the shield of Saul. .not. .anointed with oil 

19. 21 because he cursed the Lord's anointed 

22. 51 shewethmercytohisanointed, unto David 

23. 1 the anointed of the God of Jacob, and the 

1 Ch. 16. 22 Touch not mine anointed, and do my 

2 Ch. 6. 42 turn not aw ay the face of thine anointed 
Psa. 2. 2 the Lord, and against his anointed 

18. 50 sheweth mercy to his anointed, to David 

20. 6 that the Lord saveth his anointed 
28. 8 the saving strength of his anointed 
84. 9 look upon the face of thine anointed 
89. 38 hast been wroth with thine anointed 

89. 51 reproached the footsteps of thine anointed 
105. 15 Touch not mine anointed, and do my 
. 132. 10 turn not away, .thine anointed 
132. 17 oriained a lamp for mine anointed 



Isa. 45. 1 Thus saith the Lord to his anointed 
Lam. 4. 20 the anointed of the Lord, was taken in 
Hab. 3. 13 for salvation with thine anointed 
3. To anoint, smear, nt^D mashach. 

Exod2g. 2 and wafers unleavened anointed with oil 
Lev. 2. 4 or unleavened wafers anointed with oil 

7. 12 and unleavened wafers anointed with oil 
Num. 3. 3 the priests which were anointed, whom he 

6. 15 wafersof unleavened bread anointed with 
2Sa. 3. 39 I(am)thisday weak, thuughauoiuted king 

ANOINTED one — 

Son of the oil, shining one, Irt^B ]2 ben hay-yitshar. 
Zech. 4. 14 These (are) the two auointed ones, that 

ANOINTED, to be — 

1.7*0 mix, anoint, S^3 balal. 

Psa. 92. 10 I shall be anointed with fresh oil 

2. To smear, anoint, rr^c mashach. 

Nuni35. 25 which was anointed with the holy oiT 

3. TV be smeared, anointed, nete mashach, 2. 

Lev. 6. 20 Aaron, .in the day when he is anointed 
Num. 7. 10 altar in the day that it was anointed 

7. 84 altar, in the day when it was anointed 
7. 88 altar, after that it was anointed 

1 Ch. 14. 8 heard that David was anointed king over 

4. Smearing, anointing, nntf'D moshchah, 

Exod2g. 29 to be anointed therein, and to be conaec. 

ANOINTING — 

1. Smearing, anointing, nn^p mishchah. 

Exod25- 6 for the light, spices for anointing oil 
2g. 7 Then shalt thou take the anointing oil' 

29. 21 thou shalt take of the. .anointing oil 

30. 25 it shall be an holy anointing oil 

30. 31 This shall be an holy anointing oil uuto- 

31. 11 the anointing oil, and sweet incense 
35. 8 spices for anointing oil, and for the 
35. 15 the anointing oil, and the sweet 

35. 28 for the anointing oil, and for the 

37. 29 he made the holy anointing oil, and the 

39. 38 the golden altar, and the anointing oil 

40. g shalt take the anointing oil, aud anoint 
Lev. 7. 35 This, .of the anointing of Aaron 

7. 35 and of the anointing of his sons 

8. 2 the garments, and the anointing oil 

8. 10 Moses took the anointing oil, and anointed 
8. 12 he poured of the anointing oil upon 
8. 30 Moses took of the anointing oil, and of 
10. 7 the anointing oil of the Lord (is) upon you 
21.. 10 upon whose head the anointing oil was 
21. 12 crown of the anointing oil of his God (is) 
Num. 4. 16 meat-offering, and the anointing oil 

2. Smearing, nn^c moshchah, 

Exod4o. 15 their anointing shall surely be an everlg. 
NumiS. 8 given them by reason of the anointing 

3. Oil, ]W shemen. 

Isa, io. 27 destroyed because of the anointing: 

4. Anointing, rubbing in, xp''- a '! J - a chrisma. 

1 Jo. 2. 27 But the anointing, .the same anointing 
ANON — 
1. Straightway, directly, zvOeais eutheos. 

Mark 1. 30 fever, and anon they tell him of her 
^..Straight, direct, ei/dvs evthus. 

Matt 13. 20 word, and [anon] with joy receiveth it 
ANOTHER — 
1.-4 man, human being, dik adam. 

Eccl. 8. 9 one man ruleth over another to his own 
2. One, inN echad. 

Exod2(5. ig, 21, 25 two sockets under another board 
36. 10 one unto another, .one unto another 

36. 12 the loops held one. .to another 

36. 13 coupled the curtains one unto another 
36. 22 equally distant one from another 

36. 24, 26 two sockets under another board 

37. 8 another cherub on the. .end ou that side 
37. ig bowls made like almonds in another 

Deut 21. 15 wives, one beloved, and another hated 
Judg. 9. 37 another company come along by the plain 

16. 7, 11 I be weak, and be as another man 

1 Sa. 10. 3 another carryiug three, .another carrying 
13. 18 auother company, .and another company 
1 Ki. 18. 6 Obadiah went another way by himself 
Job 41. 16 One is so near to another, that no 
Eze. 10. 9 another wheel by another cherub : and 

17. 7 There was also another great eagle with 
19. 5 then she took auother of her whelps 

33- 30 speak one to another, every one to his 
37. 16 take auother stick, and write upon it 
37. 17 join them one to another into one stick 

40. 26, 49 one on this side, and another on that 

41. 11 one door toward the north, and another 
Dan. 8. 13 I heard one saint speaking, and another 
Amos 4. 7 I caused it. .not to rain upon another city 
Zech. 8. 21 inhabitants of one . .shall go to another 

3.-4 brother, nx ach. 

Gen. 26. 31 they rose up. .and sware one to another 
37. 19 said one to another, Behold, this dreamer 

42. 21 said one to'another, We (are) verily guilty 
42. 28 saying one to another,\Vhat(is)this. .God 

Exod 10. 23 They saw not one auother, neither rose 
16. 15 said one to another, It (is) manna : for 
25. 20 their faces (shall look) one to another 
37. 9 seat, with their faces one to another 

Lev. 7. 10 all the sons . . have, one . . as another 



ANOTHER 



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ANSWER 



Lev. 25. 14 ye shall not oppress one another 

25. 46 ye shall not rule one over another 

26. 37 they shall fall one upon another, as it 
Num 14. 4 said one to another, Let us make a 
Deut25. ri When men strive.. one with another 

2 Ki. 7. 6 said one to another, Lo, the king of Israel 
1 Ch. 26. 12 chief men. .wards one against another 
Neh. 4. 19 upon the wall, one far from another 
Job 41. 17 They are joined one to another, they stick 
Jer. 13. 14 I will dash them one against another 

25. 26 far and near, one with another, and all 
Eze. 4. 17 be astonied one with another, and 

24. 23 away, .and mourn one toward another 
47. 14 ye shall inherit it, one as well as another 
Joel 2. 8 Neither shall one thrust another; they 

4. A sister, ninN achoth. 

Exod.26. 3 one to another, .one to another 

26. 5 the loops may take hold one of another 
26. 17 tenons, .set in order one against another 

Eze. 1. 9 Their wings, .joined one to another 

3. 13 living creatures that touched one another 

5. Another "inx acker. 

Gen. 4. 25 For God. .hath appointed me another seed 
26. 21 they digged another well, and strove for 
26. 22 he removed . .and digged another well 

29. 19 than that I should give her to another man 

30. 24 The Lord shall add to me another son 
37. 9 he dreamed yet another dream, and told 

Exod2i. 10 If he take him another, .her food, her 
Lev. 27. 20 if he have sold the field to another man 
Num 14. 24 because he had another spirit with him 
23. 13 Come, .with me unto another place, from 

23. 27 Come. .Iwillbringtheeuuto'anotherplace 
36. 9 remove from, .tribe to another tribe 

Deut2o. 5 in the battle, and another man dedicate 

20. 6 in the battle, and another man eat of it 

20. 7 in the battle, and another man take her 

24. 2 she may go and be another man's 

28. 30 a wife, and another man shall lie with her 

28. 32 thy daughters., given unto another people 

29. 28 cast them into another land, as. .this day 
Judg. 2. 10 there arose another generation afterthem 
Ruth 2. 8 Go not to glean in another field, neither 

1 Sa. 10. 6 and shalt be turned into another man 

10. 9 God gave him another heart: and all those 

17. 30 he turned from him toward another, and 

2 Sa. 18. 20 thou shalt bear tidings another day : but 

18. 26 the watchman saw another man running 

1 Ki. 7. 8 (had) another court within the porch 

13. 10 So he went another way, and returned 
20. 37 Then he found another man, and said 

2 Ki. 1. 11 sent unto him another captain of fifty 

7. 8 came again, and entered, .another tent 

1 Ch. 2 26 Jerahmeel had also another wife, whose 

16. 20 and from (one) kingdom to anotherpeople 

2 Ch 32. 5 and built up. .another wall without 
Esth. 4. 14 arise to the Jews from another place ; but 
Job 31. 8 let me sow, and let another eat; yea, let 

31. 10 let my wife grind unto another, and let 
Psa. 16. 4 multiplied (that) hasten (after) another 

105. 13 they went from one nation to another 
109. 8 be few ; (and) let another take his office 
Prov.25. 9 and discover not a secret to another 
Isa. 28. 11 with stammering lips and another tongue 
42. 8 my glory will I not give to another 
48. 11 I will not give my glory unto another 
65. 15 and call his servants by another name 
615. 22 They shall not build and another inhabit 
65. 22 they shall not plant and another eat 
Jer. 3. 1 she go from him, and become another 
18. 4 so he made it again another vessel, as 
22. 26 I will cast thee out . . into another country 
36. 28 Take thee again another roll, and write 
36. 32 Then took Jeremiah another roll, and 
Eze. 12. 3 shalt remove from thy place to another 
Joel 1. 3 and their children another generation 
Zech. 2. 3 another angel went out to meet him 

6. Another, **inw ochori. 

Dan. 2. 39 another kingdom, .anotherthirdkingdom 
7. 5 another beast, a second, like to a bear 
7. 6 I beheld, and lo another, like a leopard 
7. 8 there came up among them another little 
7. Another, pnx ochoran. 

Dan. 5. 17 give thy rewards to another; yet I will 
7. 24 another shall rise after them ; and he 
S.A man, individual, b^n ish. 

1 Sa. 2. 25 If one man sin against another, the judge 
Isa. 3. 5 shall be oppressed, every one by another 
Eze. 1. 11 wings, .(were) joined one to another, and 
22. 11 another hath lewdly defiled . . and another 
Hos. 4. 4 let no man strive, nor reprove another 
9.A mortal man, BhaK anosh. 

Job 13. 9 as one man mocketh another, do ye 
10. Revolution, generation, "in dor. 

Psa. 145. 4 One generation shall praise, .to another 
W.A stranger, in zur. 

Job 19. 27 mine eyes shall behold, and not another 
Jer. 18. 14 waters that come from another place be 
12. New moon, sabbath, Bhh chodesh. 

Isa. 66. 23 new moon to another, and. .to another 
18 Instrument, vessel, 'V? keli. 

Esth. 1. 7 (the vessels, .diverse one from another) 
1 4. Wing, *]J2 kanaph. 

1 Ki. 6. 27 their wings touched one another in the 
15. Runner, y\ rats. 

Jer. 51. 31 One post shall run to meet another, and 



16. Announcer, van maggid. 

Jer. 51. 31 one messenger to meet another 
17. Fellow countryman, n'p^ amith. 

Lev. 19, 11 Ye shall not. .neither lie one to another 
25. 17 Ye shall not therefore oppress one another 
IS. Friend, ID.rea. 

Gen. 11. 3 they said one to another, Go to, let us 
11. 7 may not understand one another's speech 
15. 10 and laid each piece one against another 
31. 49 when we are absent one from another 
43. 33 and the men marvelled one at another 

ExodiS. 16 I judge between one and another, and I 
21. 18 one smite another with a stone, or with 
21. 35 if one man's ox hurt another's, that he die 

Judg. 6. 29 said one to another, Who hath done this 
10. 18 princes of Gilead said one to another 

Ruth 3. 14 she roSe up before one could know another 

1 Sa. 10. 11 then the people said one to another, What 

20. 41 one another, and wept one with another 

2 Ki. 3. 23 the kings, .have smitten one another 

7. 3 said one to another, Why sit we here 

7. 9 said one to another, We do not well : this 
2 Ch. 20.23 an *l- .every one helped to destroy another 
Esth. 9. 19,22 day. .sending portions one to another 
Isa. 13. 8 they shall be amazed one at another 
Jer. 46. 16 yea, one fell upon another: and they said 
Mai. 3. 16 feared the Lord spake, .one to another 

19.^4 female friend, mjn reulh. 

Esth. 1. i y king give her royal estate unto another 
Zech 11. 9 rest eat every one the flesh of another 
20. Second, \ia> sheni. 

Num. 8. 8 another young bullock shalt thou take for 
Neh. 3. 19 another piece over against the going up 
3. 21 After him repaired Meremoth.. another 
3. 24 After him repaired Binnui . . another piece 
3. 27 After them the Tekoites repaired another 
3. 30 After him repaired Hauauiah. .another 
Eccl. 4. 10 alone when he f alleth ; f or . . not another 

21. Other, not the same, &AAos alios. 

Matt. 2. 12 into their own country another way 

8. 9 to another, Come, and he cometh; and to 
10. 23 you in this city, flee ye into [another] 

13. 24, 31 Another parable put he forth unto 

13. 33 Another parable spake he unto them 

19. 9 shall marry another.committeth adultery 

21. 33 Hear another parable: There wasacertaiu 
26. 71 he was gone out. .another (maid) saw 

Mark 10. 1 1 shall put away his wife and marry another 
10. 12 be married to another, she committeth 
12. 4 again he sent unto them another servant 
12. 5 again he sent another; and him they 

14. 19 [it I? and another (said, Is) it I?] 

14. 58 within three days I will build another 
Luke 7. 8 to another, Come, and he cometh ; and to 

7. 19 Art thou he. .or look we for [another]? 

7. 20 Art thou he. .or look we for another? 
John 5. 7 while I am coming, another steppeth 

5. 32 There is another that beareth witness of 

5. 43 if another shall come in his own name 
14. 16 he shall give you another Comforter, that 
18. 15 Peter followed Jesus, .(so did) [another] 
21. 18 another shall gird thee, and carry 

1 Co. 3. 10 I have laid the foundation, and another 

12. 8 to another the word of knowledge by the 
12. 9 to another the gifts of healing by the 
12. 10 To another, .miracles ; to another proph. 
12. 10 to another, .to another the interpretation 

14. 30 If. .be revealed to another thatsittethby 

15. 39 another flesh, .another of. .another of 
15. 41 another glory of the moon, and another 

2 Co. 11. 4 he that cometh preacheth another Jesus 
Gal. 1. 7 Which is not another; but there be some 
Heb. 4. 8 would he not. .have spoken of another 
Rev. 6. 4 there went out another horse (that was) 

7. 2 I saw another angel ascending from the 

8. 3 another angel came and stood at the 

10. 1 I saw [another] mighty angel come down 

12. 3 there appeared another wonder in heaven 

13. n I beheld another beast coming up out 

14. 6 I saw [another] angel fly in the midst 
14. 8 there followed another angel, saying 
14. 15 another angel came out of the temple 
14. 17 another angel came out of the temple 

14. 18 another angel came out from the altar 

15. 1 I saw another sign in heaven, great 

16. 7 I heard [another] out of the altar say 
18. 1 after these things I saw another angel 

18. 4 I heard another voice from heaven, saying 
20. 12 another book was opened, which is 

22. Another, the other, erepos heteros. 

Matt. 8. 21 another of his disciples said unto him 

11. 3 Art thou he. .or do we look for another ? 
Marki6. 12 [After that he appeared in another form] 
Luke 6. 6 it came to pass also on another sabbath 

9. 56 And they went to another village 

9. 59 And he said unto another, Follow me 
9. 61 another also said. Lord, I will follow thee 
14. 19 another said, I have bought five yoke 
14. 20 another said, I have married a wife, and 
14. 31 going to make war against another king 
16. 7 Then said he to another, And how much 
16. 18 putteth away his wife, .marrieth another 

19. 20 And another came, saying,Lord, behold 

20. 11 again he sent another servant: and they 
22. 58 after a little while another saw him 

John 19. 37 again another scripture saith, They shall 
Acts 1. 20 and his bishopric let another take 

7. 18 Till another king arose, which knew not 



Acts 12. 17 he departed, and went into another 13.35. 
17. 7 saying that there is another king 

Rom. 2. 1 for wherein thou judgest another, thou 
2. 21 Thou therefore which teachest another 
7. 3 to another man. .be married to another 
7. 4 that ye should be married, (even) to him 
7. 23 I see another law in my members, wan-ing 
13. 8 Owe no man. .but to love one another 

1 Co. 3. 4 another, I (am) of Apollos ; are ye not 

4. 6 be puffed up for one against another 
6 1 Dare any. .a matter against another 
10. 24 seek his own, but every man another's 
12. 9 To another faith by the same Spirit 
12. 10 to another (divers) kinds of tongues 

2 Co. 11. 4 ye receive another spirit . . or another 
Gal. 1. 6 the grace of Christ unto another gospel 

6. 4 rejoicing in himself . .not in ano. 5. 6 
Heb. 7. 11 further need (was there) that another 

7. 13 things are spoken pertaineth to another 
7. 15 after the similitude of . .ariseth another 

Jas. 2. 25 and had sent (them) out another way ? 
4. 12 who art thou that judgest [another]? 
[See also As well as, compassion, feign, justle, 
look, one, other, performing, see.] 
ANOTHER man — 
1. Another, "inx acher. 

Exod 22. 5 shall feed in another man's field ; of the 

^ en - 5- 5 f°r other men have our lands and viney. 
2. A stranger, "fit zur. 

Prov.27. 2 Let another man praise thee, and not 
ANOTHER man's — 
Belonging to another, aWSrptos allotrios. 

Luke 16. 12 faithful in that which is another man's 

Rom 14. 4 Who art thou that judgest another man's 
15. 20 lest I should build upon another man's 

2 Co. 10. 15 Not boasting, .of other men's labours 
10. 16 not to boast in another man's li.1Ti.s-2?. 
Another, other, &\Xos {rts) 1 Co. 10. 29; Lu. 22. 2y. 
ANOTHER nation, one of — 
Of another tribe, a\\6<pvAos allophulos. 

Acts 10. 28 or come unto one of another nation: but 
ANOTHER place, to come from — 
Strange, "til zur. 

Jer. 18. 14 waters that come from another place lie 
ANSWER — 

1. Saying, 1CN emer. 

Judg. 5. 29 yea, she returned answer to herself 

2. Word, -n? dabar. 

2 Sa. 24. 13 see what answer I shall return to him 
2 Ch. 10. 6 What counsel give ye. .to return answer 
10. 9 What advice give ye that we may . . answer 
Prov 24. 26 kiss, .lips that giveth a right answer 
Jer. 44. 20 which had given him. .answer, saying 
[See also 1 Sa. 17. 30; 1 Ki. 12. 6, 9; Neh. 2. 20; 
Prov. 27. 11.] 

3. Answer, rnjjp maaneh. 

Job 32. 3 because they had found no answer, and 

32. 5 no answer in the mouth of. .three men 

Prov. 15. 1 A soft answer turneth away wrath: but 

15. 23 A man hath joy by the answer of his 

16. 1 the answer of the tongue, (is) from the 
29. 19 though he understand he will not answer 

Mic. 3. 7 ashamed . . for (there is) no answer of God 
A. Matter, word, Dans pithoam. 

Ezra 4. 17 (Then)'sent the king an answer unto Re. 
5.11 thus they returned us answer, saying, We 
5. Answer, res2)onse, nyt&n teshnbah. 

Job 21. 34 seeing in your answers there remaineth 
34. 36 Job may be tried, .because of. .answers 
6. Word, n k) millah. 

Job 35. 4 I will answer thee, and thy companions 
7. An answer, AttSkpio-is apohrisis. 

Luke 2. 47 And all . . were astonished at his . . answers 

20. 26 they marvelled at his answer, and held 
John 1. 22 Who art-thou? that we may give an answer 
19. 9 But Jesus gave him no answer 
8. An apology, awoKoyta apologia. 

1 Co. 9. 3 Mine answer to them that do examine 

2 Ti. 4, 16 At my first answer no man stood with me 
1 Pe. 3. 15 ready always to (give) an answer to every 

9. An asking aboxti, eVepwT-n/xct eperoteMa. 

1 Pe. 3. 21 the answer of a good conscience toward 

ANSWER, to — 

1.7*0 say, ton amar. 

Gen. 43. 28 they answered, Thy servant onr father 
Josh. 2. 14 the men answered her, Our life for your's 

4. 7 ye shall answer them, That the waters 
15. 19 Who answered, Give me a blessing; for 
17. 15 Joshua answered them, If thou (be) a 

Judg. 8. 18 they answered, As thou. .so. .they ; each 
8. 25 they answered, We will willingly give 
11. 13 the king, .answered unto the messengers 
15. 6 Who hath done this ? And they answered 
15. 10 they answered, To bind Samson are we 
Ruth 2. 4 they answered him. The Lord bless thee 
3. 9 she answered, I (am) Ruth thiue handm. 
1 Sa. 2. 16 he would answer him. .but thou shalt 
3. 4 Lord called Samuel : and he answered 
3. 6 he answered, I called not, my son ; lie 
3. 10 Samuel answered, Speak ; for thy servant 
3. 16 Samuel, my son. And he answered, Here 

5. 8 they answered, Let the ark of the God 



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4 They answered, Five golden emeiods 
22 Lord answered, Behold, he hath hid 

2 Mahash the Ammonite answered them 

5 And they answered, (He is) witness 
44 Saul answered, God do so and more also 

27 the people answered him alter this 
58 David answered, (I am) the son of thy 
17 Michal answered Saul, He said unto me 

12 And he answered, Here I (am), my lord 
8 he answered him, Pursue ; for thou shalt 

4 he answered, That the people are fled 

7 And I answered, Here (am) I 

8 And I answered him, I (am) an Amalekite 

13 he answered, I (am) the son of a stranger 
20 (Art) thou Asahel ? And he answered, I 

6 And he answered, Behold thy servant ! 

12 she answered him Nay, my brother, do 

5 she answered, I (am) indeed a widow 
32 Absalom answered Joab, Behold, I sent 

3 the people answered, Thou shalt not go 
29 Ahimaaz answered, When Joab sent the 
32 Cushi answered, The enemies of my lord 
26 he answered, My lord, king, my servant 
38 the king answered, Chiumani shall go 

17 And he answered. .And he answered 

1 the Lord answered, (It is) for Saul, and 
5 they answered the king, The man that 

9 they shall answer, Because they forsook 
22 he answered, Nothing : howbeit let me 

5 he answered him, I (am) : go, tell thy 

18 he answered, I have not troubled Israel 

14 Who shall orderthe battle? And heans. 

6 he answered, I will not give thee my 
20 he answered, I have found, .because 

15 he answered him, Go, and. prosper: for 
8 they answered him. .an hairy man, and 
5 he answered, Yea, I know (it); hold ye 

8 he answered, The way through the 

13 she answered, I dwell among mine own 

14 Gehazi answered, Verily she hath no 
26 well with the child, .she answered, (It is) 

2 Let us go, we pray thee . . And he answered 

3 go with thy servants. And he answered 

16 he answered .Fear not : for they that (be) 
22 he answered,' Thou shalt not smite 

28 She answered, This woman said unto me 

12 he answered, Because I know the evil 

13 Elisha answered, The Lord hath shewed 

14 he answered, He told me . . thou shouldest 
ig Jehu answered, What hast thou to do 

22 (Is it) peace, Jehu? And he answered 
13 they answered, We (are) the brethren of 

15 Jehonadab answered, It is. If it be, give 

10 Hezekiah answered, It is a light thing 

15 Hezekiah answered, All. .that (are) in 
3 Joab answered, The Lord make his 

11 Huram the king of Tyre answered in 

10 Thus shalt thou answer the people that 

3 he answered him, I. .as thou, .and my 

9 the man of God answered, The Lord is 
io Azariah the chief priest, .answered him 

23 she answered them, Thus saith the Lord 

16 Memucan answered before the king and 

4 Esther answered, If. .good unto the king 

7 Haman answered the king, For the man 

5 Ahasuerus answered and said unto Esther 

11 he answered, Until the cities be wasted 
4 Hezekiah answered, All that (is) in mine 

ig then shalt thou answer them, Like as 
9 they shall answer, Because they have 

18 Baruch answered them, He pronounced 
7 thou shalt answer, For the tidings 

20 I answered them, The word of the Lord 
3 And I answered, Lord God, thou 

19 he answered me, These (are) the horns 
13 he answered me and said, Knowest thou 

2 I answered, I see a flying roll ; the length 

6 he shall answer, (Those) with which I 

2. To speak, 13^ dabar, 3. 

2 Ch. 10. 14 answered them after the advice of the 

3. To make known, VT T yada, 5. 

Job 38. 3 I will demand of thee, and answer thou 

4. To answer, xiy anah. 

Gen. iS. 27 Abraham answered and said, Behold now 
23. 5 the children of Heth answered Abraham 
23. 10 Ephron the Hittite answered Abraham 

23. 14 Ephron answered Abraham, saying unto 

24. 50 Laban and Bethuel answered and said 
27. 37 Isaac answered and said unto Esau 

27. 39 Isaac his father answered and said unto 

30. 33 So shall my righteousness answer for me 

31. 14 Rachel and Leah answered and said unto 
31. 31 Jacob answered and said unto Laban 

31. 36 Jacob answered and said unto Laban 
31. 43 And Laban answered and said to Jacob 

34. 13 the sons of Jacob answered Shechem and 

35. 3 who answered me in the day of my 

40. 18 Joseph answered and said, This (is) the 

41. 16 Joseph answered Pharaoh, saying, (It is) 

42. 22 Reuben answered them, saying, Spake I 
45. 3 his brethren could not answer him ; for 

Exod, 4. 1 Moses answered and said, But, behold 
15. 21 Miriam answered them, Sing ye to the 
19. 8 all the people answered together, and 
19. 19 Moses spake, and God answered him by 
24. 3 all the people answered with one voice 

Mum 11. 28 Joshua . .answered and said, My lord 

22. iS Balaam answered and said unto the 

23. 12 he answered and said, Must I not take 
23. 26 Balaam answered and said unto Balak 

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Mum 32. 31 the children of Gad. .answered, saying 
Deut. 1. 14 ye answered me and said. The thing 

1. 41 ye answered and said unto me, We have 

21. 7 they shall answer and say, Our hands 
25. 9 shall answer and say, So shall it be done 
27. 15 all the people shall answer and say ^ 

Josh. 1. 16 they answered Joshua, saying, All that 
7. 20 Achan answered Joshua, and said, Indeed 
g. 24 they answered Joshua, and said, Because 

22. 21 children of Reuben. . answered, : and said 

24. 16 the people answered and said, God forbid 
Judg. 5. 29 Her wise ladies answered her, yea, she 

7. 14 his fellow answered and said, This (is) 

8. 8 the men of Penuel answered him as the 

18. 14 Then answered the five men that went to 

19. 28 Up, and. .be going. But none answered 

20. 4 the Levite. .answered and said, I came 
Ruth 2. 6 the servant, .answered and said, It (is) 

2. 11 Boaz answered and said unto her, It hath 

1 Sa. 1. 15 Hannah answered and said, Mo, my lord 

1. 17 Eli answered and said, Go in peace : and 
4. 17 the messenger answered and said, Israel 
4. 20 she answered not, neither did she regard 

9. 8 the servant answered Saul again, and said 
9. 12 they answered them, and said, He is 

9. ig Samuel answered Saul, and said, I (am) 
g. 21 Saul answered and said, (Am) not I a Benj. 
10. 12 one of the same place answered and said 
14. 12 the men of the garrison answered 
14. 28 Then answered one of the people, and 
14. 37 But he answered him not that day 
14. 3g not, a man among all. .people, .answered 
16. 18 Then answered one of the servants, and 

18. 7 women answered . . as they played . . Saul 
20. 10 or what (if) thy father answer thee 

20. 28 Jonathan answered Saul, David earnestly 

20. 32 Jonathan answered Saul his father, and 

21. 4 the priest answered David, and said 

21. s David answered the priest, aud said unto 

22. g Then answered Doeg the Edomite which 

22. 14 Then Ahimelech answered the king, and 

23. 4 the Lord answered him and said, Arise 

25. 10 Mabal answered David's servants, and 

26. 6 Then answered David aud said to Ahim. 
26. 14 Answerest thou not. . Abner answered 
26. 22 David answered and said, Behold the 
28. 6 Lord answered him not, neither by 

28. 15 Saul answered, I am sore distressed ; for 

29. 9 Acliish answered and said to David, I 
30^ 22 Then answered all the wicked men and 

2 Sa. 4. 9 David answered Rechab and Baanah his 

13. 32 Jonadab, the son of Shimeah. .answered 

14. 18 the king answered and said unto the 

14. 19 the woman answered and said, (As) thy 

15. 21 Ittai answered the king, and said, (As) the 

19. 21 Abishai the son of Zeruiah answered and 
19. 42 the men of Judah answered the men of I. 

19. 43 the men of Israel answered the men of 

20. 20 Joab answered and said, Far be it, far be 
22. 42 unto the Lord, but he answered them 

1 Ki. 1. 28 king David answered and said, Call me 

1. 36 Benaiah the son of Jehoiada answered 

1. 43 Jonathan answered and said to Adonijah 

2. 22 Solomon answered and said unto his 

2. 30 Thus said Joab, and thus he answered 

3. 27 the king answered and said, Give her the 
12. 7 If thou, .wilt serve them, and answer 

12. 13 the king answered the people roughly 

13. 6 king answered and said unto the man of 
18. 21 And the people answered him not a word 
18. 24 the God that answereth by fire, let him 
18. 26 but. .no voice, nor any that answered 
18. 29 that, .neither voice, nor any to answer 

20. 4, 11 the king of Israel answered and said 

2 Ki. 1. 10 Elijah answered and said to the captain 

1. 11 he answered and said unto him, O man 
1. 12 Elijah answered and said unto them, If 

3. 11 one of the. .servants answered and said 

4. 29 if any man salute thee, answer him not 
7. 2 Then a lord, .answered the man of God 
7. 13 one of his servants answered and said 

7. 19 that lord answered the man of God, and 
18. 36 people held their peace, and answered 
18. 36 king's commandment was, saying, Answer 

1 Ch. 12. 17 David . .answered and said unto them, If 

21. 26 he answered him from heaven by fire 
21. 28 the Lord had answered him in the 

2 Ch. 10. 13 the king answered them roughly; and 

2g. 31 Hezekiah answered and said, Mow ye 
34. 15 Hilkiah answered and said to Shaphan 
Ezra 10. 2 Shechaniah. .answered and said unto 

0. 12 all the congregation answered and said 

8. 6 all the people answered, Amen, Amen 

5. 7 Then answered Esther, and said, My pet. 

7. 3 Esther the queen answered and said, If 

1. 7, 9 Satan answered the Lord, and said 

2. 2, 4 Satan answered the Lord, and said 

4. 1 Eliphaz the Temanite answered and said 

5. 1 if there be any that will answer thee 

6. 1 But Job answered and said, Oh that my 

8. 1 Then answered Bildad the Shuhite, and 

9. 1 Then Job answered and said, I know 
9. 3 he cannot answer him one of a thousand 
9. 14 How much less shall I answer him 
9. 15 I were righteous, (yet) would I not answer 
g. 16 If I had called, and he had answered me 
9. 32 not a man. .(that) I should answer him 

11. 1 Then answered Zophar the Maamathite 

12. 1 And Job answered and said, Mo doubt 

12. 4 who calleth upon God, and he answereth 

13. 22 Then call thou, and I will answer : or let 

14. 15 Thou shalt call, and I will answer thee 



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Job 15. 1 Then answered Eliphaz the Temanite 
16. 1 Then Job answered and said, I have 
16. 3 what emboldeneth . . that thou answerest ? 

18. 1 Then answered Bildad the Shuhite, and 

19. 1 Then Job answered and said, How long 

20. 1 Then answered Zophar the Maamathite 

21. 1 But Job answered and said, Hear 

22. 1 Then Eliphaz the Temanite answered and 

23. 1 Then Job answered and said, Even to day 
23. s know the words (which) he would answer 

25. 1 Then answered Bildad the Shuhite, and 

26. 1 But Job auswered and said, How hast 

31. 35 my desire, .the Almighty would answer 

32. 1 So these three men ceased to answer Job 
32. 6 Elihu. .answered and said, I (am) young 
32. 12 none of you. .that answered his words 
32. 15 They were amazed, they answered no 
32. 16 they spake not. .answered no more 

32. 17 I will answer also my part, I also will 

32. 20 I will open my lips and answer 

33. 12 I will answer thee, that God is greater 

34. 1 Furthermore Elihu answered and said 
38. 1 Lord answered Job out of the whirlwind 
40. 1 Moreover the Lord answered Job, and 
40. 2 he that reproveth God, let him answer it 
40. 3 Then Job answered the Lord, and said 
40. 5 Once have I spoken ; but I will not answer 
40. 6 Then answered the Lord unto Job out of 
42. 1 Then Job answered the Lord, and said 

Psa. 18. 41 They cried, .but he answered them not 

27. 7 have mercy also upon me, and answer me 
65. 5 wilt thou answer us, O God of oursalvation 
81. 7 I answered thee in the secret place of 
86. 7 call upon thee: for thou wilt answer me 
91. 15 shall call upon me, aud I will answer him 
99. 6 called upon the Lord, and he answered 
99. 8 Thou answeredst them, Lord our God 

102. 2 in the day. .1 call answer me speedily 
108. 6 save (with) thy right hand, and answer 

118. 5 the Lord answered me. .in a large place 

119. 42 So shall I have wherewith to answer him 
138. 3 the day when I cried thou answeredst me 
143. 1 in thy faithfulness answer me. .in thy 

Frov. 1. 28 they call upon me, but I will not answer 
15. 28 heart of the righteous studieth to answer 
18. 23 but the rich answereth roughly 
26. 4 Answer not a fool according to his folly 
26. 5 Answer a fool according to his folly 

Eccl. 10. 19 but money answereth all 

Isa. 14. 32 What shall (one) then answer the messen. 
21. 9 he answered and said, Babylon is fallen 
30. 19 when he shall hear it, he will answer 
$6. 21 they held their peace, and answered him 
36. 21 commandment was, saying, Answer him 
46. 7 shall cry unto him, yet can he not answer 
50. 2 when I called, (was there) none to answer ? 
58. 9 thou call, and the Lord shall answer 
65. 12 when I called, ye did not answer; when 

65. 24 before they call, I will answer ; and while 

66. 4 because when I called, none did answer 
Jer. 7. 13 and I called you, but ye answered not 

7. 27 also call, .but they will not answer thee 
11. 5 Then answered I, and said, So be it, O 
23. 35 What hath the Lord answered? and 
23. 37 What hath the Lord answered thee? 
33. 3 Call unto me, and I will answer thee 

35. 17 have called, .but they have not answered 
42. 4 whatsoever thing the. Lord shall answer 
44. 15 all the people, .answered Jeremiah, sajing 

Joel 2. 19 Lord will answer and say unto his people 
Amos 7. 14 Then answered Amos, and said to Amaz. 
Mic. 6. 5 Balaam the son of Beor answered him 
Hab. 2. 11 beam out of the timber shall answer it 
Hag. 2. 12 And the priests answered and said, No 
2. 13 The priests answered and said, It shall be 

2. 14 Then answered Haggai, and said, So (is) 
Zech. 1. 10 the man. .answered and said, These 

1. 11 they answered the angel of the Lord that 

1. 12 the angel of the Lord answered and said 
1. 13 the Lord answered the angel that talked 

3. 4 he answered and spake unto those that 

4. 4 So I answered and spake to the angel that 
4. 5 the angel, .answered and said unto me 

4. 6 he answered and spake unto me, saying 
4. 1 1 Then answered I, and said unto him, What 
4. 12 I answered again, and said unto him 
6. 4 I answered and said unto the angel that 
6. 5 the angel answered and said unto me 

5. To be answered, rujj anah, 2. 

Eze. 14. 4 I the Lord will answer him that cometh 
14. 7 I the Lord will answer him by myself 

6. To make or give an answer, H3J7 anah, 5, 
Eccl. 5. 20 God answereth (him) in the joy of his 

7. To make or give an answer, 7\i]}_ anah. 

Dan. 2. 5 king answered and said to the Chaldeans 

2. 7 They answered again and said, Let the 
2. 8 king answered and said, I know of certain. 
2. 10 The Chaldeans answered before the king 
2. 15 He answered and said to Anoch the 

2. 20 Daniel answered and said, Blessed be the 
2. 26 The king answered and said to Daniel 
2. 27 Daniel answered in the presence of the 

2. 47 The king answered unto Daniel, and said 

3. 24 They answered and said unto the king 

3. 25 He answered and said, Lo, I see four 

4. 19 Belteshazzar answered and said, My lord 

5. 17 Daniel answered and said before the 

6. 12 The king answered and said, The thing 
6. 13 Then answered they and said before the 



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S.To turn bach, 2>r shah, 5. 

2 Ch. io. 16 the people answered the king, saying 
Neh. 6. 4 I answered them after the same manner 
Esth. 4. 13 Mordecai commanded to answer Esther 
Job 13. 22 or let me speak, and answer thou me 

31. 14 when he visitetn, what shall I answer 

32. 14 neither will I answer him with your 

33. 32 If thou hast any thing to say, answer me 
Pro v. 22. 21 that thou mightest answer the words of 

9. To turn back (a word), Tyi 2\& shtib, 5. 

2 Sa. 3. n he could not answer Abner a word again 
1 Ki. 12. 6 How do ye advise that I may answer this 
12. 9 What counsel give ye that we may answer 
12. 16 the people answered the king, saying 
Neh. 2. 20 Then answered I them, and said unto 
Joo 33. 5 If thou canst answer me, set. .in order 
35. 4 I will answer thee, and thy companions 
40. 4 I am vile ; what shall I answer thee ? 
Prov.18. 13 He that answereth a matter before he 
24. 26 shall kiss, .that giveth a right answer 
27. 11 that I may answer him that reproacheth 
Isa. 4r. 28 that, when I asked of them, could answer a 
Hab. 2. 1 what I shall answer when I am reproved 

10. To turn bach, mn tub, 5. 

Ezra 5. 5 they returned answer by letter concerning 
Dan. 2. 14 Daniel answered with counsel and wisdom 
3. 16 we (are) not careful to answer thee in 

11. To ansiver, airoKpivoftai apokrinoma-i. 
Matt. 3. 15 Jesus answering said unto him. Suffer 

4. 4 he answered and said, It is written, Man 
8. 8 The centurion answered and said, Lord 
11. 4 Jesus answered and said unto them, Go 

11. 25 At that time Jesus answered and said, I 

12. 38 the Pharisees answered, saying, Master 
12. 39 he answered and said unto them, An evil 

12. 48 he answered and said unto him that 

13. 11 He answered and said unto them, Because 

13. 37 He answered and said unto them, He 

14. 28 Peter answered him and said, Lord, if it 

15. 3 he answered and said unto them, Why 
15. 13 he answered and said, Every plant, which 
15. 15 Then answered Peter, and said unto him 
15. 23 But he answered her not a word. And 
15. 24 he answered and said, I am not sent but 
15. 26 he answered and said, It is not meet to 

15. 28 Then Jesus answered and said unto her 

16. 2 He answered and said unto them, When 
16. 16 Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art 

16. 17 Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed 

17. 4 Then answered Peter, and said unto 
17. 11 Jesus answered and said unto them 

17. 17 Jesus answered and said, faithless and 
19. 4 he answered and said unto them, Have 

19. 27 Then answered Peter and said unto him 

20. 13 But he answered one of them, and said 

20. 22 JeBus answered and said, Ye know not 

21. 21 Jesus answered and said unto them, Verily 
ax. 24 And Jesus answered and said unto them 
21. 27 they answered Jesus, and said, We cannot 
21. 29 He answered and said, I will not : but 

21. 30 he answered and said, I (go,) sir: and 

22. 1 Jesus answered and spake unto them 
22. 29 Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye 
22. 46 no man was able to answer him a word 

24. 4 Jesus answered and said unto them 

25. 9 the wise answered, saying, (Not so ;) lest 
25. 12 he answered and said, Verily I say unto 
25. 26 His lord answered and said unto him 

25. 37 Then shall the righteous answer him 
25. 40 the King shall answer and say unto them 
25. 44 Then shall they also answer him, saying 

25. 45 Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily 

26. 23 he answered and said, He that dippeth 
26. 25 Judas, which betrayed him, answered 
26. 33 Peter answered and said unto him 

26. 62 high priest arose, and said. . Answerest 
26. 63 the high priest [answered and] said unto 

26. 66 They answered and said, He is guilty of 

27. 12 when he was accused, .he answered 
27. 14 And he answered him to never a word 
27. 21 The governor answered and said unto 

27. 25 Then answered all the people, and said 

28. 5 the angel answered and said unto the 
Mark 3. 33 he answered them, saying, Who is my 

5. 9 [answered], saying, My name (is) Legion 

6. 37 Ue answered and said unto them, Give 

7. 6 He [answered and] said unto them, Well 

7. 28 she answered and said unto him, Yea 

8. 4 his disciples answered him, From whence 
8. 28 [they answered,] John the Baptist : but 

8. 29 Peter answereth and saith unto him 

9. 5 Peter answered and said to Jesus, Master 
9. 12 he answered and told them, Elias verily 
9. 17 one of the multitude answered and said 
9. 19 He answereth him, and saith, faithless 
9. 38 John r answered] him, saying, Master, we 

10. 3 he answered and said unto them, What 
10. 5 Jesus [answered and] said unto them, For 
10. 20 he answered and said unto them, Master 
10. 24 Jesus answereth again, and saith unto 

10. 29 Jesus [answered and) said, Verily I say 
10 51 Jesus answered and said unto him, What 

11. 14 Jesus answered and said unto it, No 

11. 22 Jesus [answering] saith unto them, Have 
ti. 29 Jesus [answered and] said unto them 
11. 29 I will also ask. .one question, and answer 
11. 30 The baptism — from heaven, .answer 
11. 33 they answered and said unto Jesus, We 
11. 33 Jesus [answering] saith unto them 
xa. 17 Jesus [answering] said unto them, Render 



Markis. 24 Jesus [answering] said unto them, Do ye 
12. 28 perceiving that he had answered them 
12. 29 Jesus answered him, The first of all the 
12. 34 when Jesus saw that he answered discre. 

12. 35 Jesus answered and said, while he taught 

13. 2 Jesus [answering] said unto him, Seest 

13. 5 Jesus [answering] them began to say 

14. 20 he [answered and] said unto them, .one of 
14. 40 neither wist they what to answer him 
14. 48 Jesus answered and said unto them, Are 
14. 60 asked Jesus, saying, Answerest thou 

14. 61 he held his peace, and answered nothing 

15. 2 he answering said unto him, Thousayest 
15. 4 Pilate asked hhu again, saying, Answerest 
15. 5 Jesus yet answered nothing ; so that 

15. 9 Pilate answered them, saying, Will ye 
15. 12 Pilate answered and said again unto 
Luke 1. 19 the angel answering said unto him, I 
1. 35 the angel answered and said unto her 
1. 60 his mother answered and said, Not (so) 
3. 11 He answereth and saith unto them, He 

3. 16 John answered, saying unto (them) all, I 

4. 4 Jesus answered him, saying, It is written 
4. 8 Jesus answered and said unto him, Get 

4. 12 Jesus, answering said unto hiru, It is 

5. 5 Simon answering said unto him, Master 
5. 22 But when Jesus perceived, .[answering] 

5. 31 Jesus answering said unto them, They 

6. 3 Jesus answering them said, Have ye not 

7. 22 Jesus answering said unto them, Go 

7. 40 Jesus answering said unto him, Simon 

7. 43 Simon answered and said, I suppose 

8. 21 he answered and said unto them, My 

8. 50 when Jesus heard (it), he answered him 

9. 19 They answering said, John the Baptist 
9. 20 Peter answering said, The Christ of 

9. 41 Jesus answering said, O faithless and 
9. 49 John answered and said, Master, we saw 
10. 27 he answering said, Thou shalt love the 
10. 28 he said unto him, Thou hast answered 

10. 41 Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha 

11. 7 he from within shall answer and say 
11. 45 Then answered one of the lawyers, and 
13. 2 Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose 
13. 8 he answering said unto him, Lord, let 
13. 14 the ruler of the synagogue answered 

13. 15 The Lord then answered him, and said 

13. 25 he shall answer and say unto you, I 

14. 3 Jesus answering spake unto the lawyers 

14. 5 And [answered] them, saying, Which of 

15. 29 he answering said to (his) father, Lo 

17. 17 Jesus answering said, Were there not ten 
17. 20 he answered them and said, The kingdom 
17. 37 they answered and said unto him, Where 

19. 40 he answered and said unto them, I tell 

20. 3 he answered and said unto them, I will 
20. 7 they answered, that they could not tell 
20. 24 They answered and said, Cesar's 

20. 34 Jesus [answering] said unto them, The 
20. 39 certain of the scribes answering said 
22. 51 Jesus answered and said, Suffer ye thus 

22. 68 if I also ask (you), ye will not answer me 

23. 3 he answered him and said, Thou sayest 
23. 9 words ; but he answered him nothing 

23. 40 the other answering rebuked him 

24. 18 Cleopas, answering said unto him, Art 
John 1. 21 Art thou that prophet? And he answered 

x. 26 John answered them, saying, I baptize 
i. 48 Jesus answered and Baid unto him, Before 
1. 49 Nathanael answered and saith unto him 

1. 50 Jesus answered and said unto him 

2. 18 Then answered the Jews and said unto 

2. 19 Jesus an3wered and said unto them 

3. 3 Jesus answered and said unto him 

3. 5 Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto 
3. 9 Nicodemus answered and said unto him 
3. 10 Jesus answered and said unto him, Art 

3. 27 John answered and said, A man can 

4. 10 Jesus answered and said unto her, If 
4. 13 Jesus answered and said unto her 

4. 17 The woman answered and said, I have 

5. 7 The impotent man answered him, Sir, I 
5. 11 He answered them, He that made me 

5. 17 Jesus answered them, My Fatherworketh 

5. 19 Then answered Jesus and said unto them 

6. 7 Philip answered him, Two hundred 

6. 26 Jesus answered them and said, Verily 
6. 29 Jesus answered and said unto them, This 
6. 43 Jesus therefore answered and said nnto 
6. 68 Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to 

6. 70 Jesus answered them, Have not I chosen 

7. 16 Jesus answered them, and said, My 
7. 20 The people answered and said, Thou 
7. 21 Jesus answered and said unto them, I 

7. 46 The officers answered, Never man spake 
7. 47 Then answered them the Pharisees, Are 

7. 52 They answered and said unto him, Art 

8. 14 Jesus answered . . said unto them, Though 
8. 19 Jesus answered, Ye neither know me 

8. 33 They answered him, We be Abraham's 
8. 34 Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I 
8. 39 They answered, .said unto him, Abraham 
8. 48 Then answered the Jews, and said unto 
8. 49 Jesus answered, I have not a devil ; but 

8. 54 Jesus answered, If. I honour myself, my 

9. 3 Jesus answered, Neither hath this man 
g, 11 He answered and said, a man that is 

9. 20 His parents answered them and said, We 
9. 25 He answered and said, Whether he be a 
9. 27 He answered them, I have told you already 
9. 30 The man answered and said unto them 
9. 34 They answered and said unto him, Thou 



John 9. 36 He answered and said, Who is he, Lord 
10. 25 Jesus answered them, I told you, and ye 
10. 32 Jesus answered them, Many good works 
10. 33 The Jews answered him, saying, For a 

10. 34 Jesus answered them, Is it not written 

11. 9 Jesus answered, Are there not twelve 

12. 23 Jesus answered them, saying, The hour 
12. 30 Jesus answered and said. This voice came 

12. 34 The people answered him, We have heard 

13. 7 Jesus answered and said unto him, What 
13. 8 Jesus answered him, If I wash thee not 
13. 26 Jesus answered, He it is, to whom I shall 
13. 36 Jesus answered him, Whither I go, thou 

13. 38 Jesus answered him, Wilt thou lay down 

14. 23 Jesus answered and said unto him, If a 
16. 31 Jesus answered them, Do ye now believe? 
18. 5 They answered him, Jesus of Nazareth 
18. 8 Jesus answered, I have told you that I 
18. 20 Jesus answered him, I spake openly to 
18. 22 Answerest thou the high priest so? 
18. 23 Jesus answered him, If I have spoken 
18. 30 They answered and said unto him, If he 
18. 34 Jesus answered him, Sayest thou this 
18. 35 Pilate answered, Am I a Jew? Thine own 
18. 36 Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of 

18. 37 Jesus answered, Thou sayest that I am a 

19. 7 The Jews answered him, We have a law 
19. 11 Jesus answered, Thou couldest have no 
19. 15 The chief priests answered, We have no 

19. 22 Pilate answered, What I have written I 

20. 28 Thomas answered and said unto him 

21. 5 have ye any meat? They answered him 
Acts 3. 12 when Peter saw (it), he answered unto 

4. 19 Peter and John answered and said 

5. 8 Peter answered unto her, Tell me 
5. 29 Peter and the (other) apostles answered 
8. 24 Then answered Simon, and said, Pray ye 
8. 34 the eunuch answered Philip, and said 

8. 37 [he answered and said, I believe that] 

9. 13 Ananias answered, Lord, I have heard 

10. 46 Then answered Peter, Can any man 

11. 9 the voice answered me again from heaven 

15. 13 James answered, saying, Men. .brethren 
19. 15 And the evil spirit answered and said 

21. 13 Paul answered, What mean ye to weep 

22. 8 I answered, Who art thou, Lord? And 
22. 28 the chief captain answered, With a great 
24. 10 Paul, .answered, Forasmuch as I know 

24. 25 Felix trembled, and answered, Go thy ' 

25. 4 Festus answered, that Paul should be 
25. 9 Festus. .answered Paul, and said, W ; ilt 
25. 12 Festus. .answered, Hast thou appealed 
25. 16 To whom I answered, It is not the 

Col. 4. 6 that ye may know how ye ought to answer 

Rev. 7. 13 one of the elders answered, saying unto 
12. To speah off, airoKoyio^ai apologcmnai. 

Luke 12. 11 what thing ye shall answer, or what ye 
21. 14 meditate before what ye shall answer 

Acts 24. 10 I do the more cheerfully answer for 
13.7*0 speah, say, eVat, elirov epd, eipon. 

Luke2o. 3 answer me : The baptism of John, was it 
H.To take up, vwoXa/x^dyw hupolambano. 

Luke 10. 30 Jesus answering said, A certain (maD) 

ANSWER again, to — 

1.7*0 txiA'ii back a word, "en y$> shub, 5. 

1 Sa. 17. 30 the people answered him again after the 
2, To answer in return, ayrairoKplvojj,ai. 

Luke 14. 6 they could not answer him again to 
3.7*0 speak in return, avTi\4yu> antilego. 

Titus 2. 9 servants, .obedient, .not answering again 

ANSWER, for one's self, to — 

7'o speak off for himself, airoXoytofiai apolcgemai. 
Acts 25. 8 While he answered for himself, Neither 

26. 1 Paul stretched forth, .answered for him. 

26. 2 because I shall answer for myself this 

ANSWER, for one's self — 

.4 speaking off for oneself, airoAoyia apologia. 
Acts 25. 16 and have license to answer for himself 

ANSWER of God — 

A divine oracle, xp 7 i/-' aricr ^ s chrematismos. 
Rom 11. 4 what saith the answer of God unto 

ANSWER, to give — 

To answer, rnj; anah. 

Gen. 41. 16 God shall give Pharaoh an answer of 
Job 19. 16 my servant, and he gave (me) no answer 
35. 12 There they cry, but none giveth answer 
Song 5. 6 I called him, but he gave me no answer 
Jer. 44. 20 people which had given him (that) answer 

ANSWER, to make or cause to — 

1.7*0 answer, rujj anah. 

Deut2o. 11 it shall be, if it make thee answer of peace 
Job 20. 3 the spirit, .causcth me to answer 

2.7*0 cause to turn back, yt& shub, 5 

Job 20. 2 do my thoughts cause me to answer 

ANSWER to, to — 

To be in the same Une,<Tva , 'rot.x^ sv.stoicheo. 
Gal. 4. 25 answereth to Jerusalem which now is 

ANSWERABLE to — 
Companionship, ntej; ummah. 

Exod38. 18 hanging, .answerable to the hangings of 



ANSWERED 



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ANY 



ANSWERED, to be — 

To be answered, -TJU. anah, 2. 

2 CIi. 7. 22 it shall be answered, Because they 

Job 11. 2 not the multitude of words be answered? 

ANT — 

Ant, nh$} nemalah. 

Prov. 6. 6 Go to the ant, thou sluggard : consider 
30. 25 The ants (are) a people not strong 

ANTI- CHRIST — 

An opponent of Christ, 'AuTixpiffTos antichristos. 

1 Jo. 2. 18 antichrist shall come, .are there many a. 

2. 22 He is antichrist, that denieth the Father 
4. 3 this is that (spirit) of antichrist, whereof 

2 Jo. 7 This is a deceiver and an antichrist 

AN-TI'-OCH, 'Airiox eia ' Meaning uncertain. 

1. Antioch was founded by Selt-ucus Nicator, B.C. 300, 
who named it after his father. It remained the capital 
of the dynasty till Syria was conquered by Pompey, and 
made a Roman province, B.C. 64. Christianity was 
planted in Antioch by Paul and Barnabas, and here the 
disciples were first called Christians, A.D. 42 (Acts n. 26). 
This city, long known as " the Queen of the East," was 
captured by the Persian king Nushirvan, or Chosroes, 
A.D. 540. Chosroes II. wrested it from the empire in 61 1. 
Heraclius expelled the Persians, but it fell into the 
power of the Saracens in 638, and they degraded it to 
the rank of a proviucid town. Nicephorus Phocas 
recovered it in 966 ; it was betrayed to the Turks in 
10S4. The crusaders laid siege to it in 1097, and cap- 
tured it 1098. The citadel held out, but the Saracens, 
who made an effort to regain the prize, were defeated 
in a great battle under the walls of Antioch, 1098 ; an I 
Antioch became the capital of a Christian principality. 
Bibar3, sultan of Egypt, captured it, destroyed its 
churches, and completely ruined it, 1268. It was an- 
nexed to the Ottoman empire in 1516. Ibm Pasharahi 
seized it in 1832, but it was afterwards restored to the 
Porte. Antioch has frequently suffered from earth- 
quakes; the most disastrous occurred A.D. 115, 340, 
394. 396, 458, 526, and 588. Antioch was a patriarchate 
third after Rome and Alexandria. Thirty-one councils 
were held at Antioch, the first in 252, and the last in 
1x4-1. 

Acts 6. 5 They chose . . Nicolas a proselyte of A. 
11. 19 were scattered, .travelled as far as. .A. 
11. 20 when they were come to A., spake unto 
11. 22 Barnabas, that he should go as far as A. 
11. 26 had found him, he brought him unto A. 
11. 26 disciples, .called Christians first in A. 

11. 27 in these days came prophets, .unto A. 

13. 1 there were in the church that was at A. 

14. 26 And thence sailed to A., from whence 

15. 22 chosen men of their own company to A. 
15. 23 brethren which are of the Gentiles in A. 
15. 30 when they were dismissed, they came to A. 
15. 35 Paul also and Barnabas continued in A. 
18. 22 saluted the church, he went down to A. 

Gal. 2. 11 when Peter was come to A., I withstood 

2. A city in Pisidia, Asia Minor, W. of Iconium, now 
called Galobatch. Like the Syrian Antioch, this city 
was founded bySeleucu3 Nicator. Under the Romans 
it was called Ccesarea. 

Acts 13. 14 when they departed, .they came to A. 

14. 19 And there came thither. .Jews from A. 

14. 21 preached.. they returned again. .to A. 
2 Ti. 3. 11 afflictions, which came unto me at A. 

AN-TI'-FAS, 'Avriiras. 

A martyr in Pergamos. The name is an abbreviation 

of Antipater. 

Rev. 2. 13 even in those days wherein A. (was) my 
AN-TI-PA'-TRIS, 'AvTiwciTpis belonging to Antipater. 
A city of Palestine, not far from the Mediterranean, 
now called Kefr-Saba. Josephus says that the old 
name was Ka<pap<Tafia or Xa/3«p^a/3a, and that Herod 
when he rebuilt the city called it Antipatris, in honour 
of his father Antipater. 

Acts 23. 31 took Paul, and brought (him), .to A. 
ANTIQUITY — 
Former state, tffilp Jcadmah. 

Isa. 23. 7 whose antiquity (is) of ancient days ? her 

AN-TO-THI'-JAH, fiTtflJH answers o/Jak. 
Son of Shashak, a Benjamite, B.C. 1340. 

iCh. S. 24 And Hananiah, and Elam, and A. 

AN-TO-THITE, vin$S7 belonging to Anatlwth. 
It is sometimes written Anethothite. 

iCh. 11. 28 [men of the armies]. . Ahiezer the A. 

12. 3 Berachah, and Jehu the A. 
A'-NTTB, m'J strong or high. 

A descendant of Judah through Caleb, son of Hur, B.C. 
1430. 

1 Ch. 4. 8 And Coz begat A., and Zobedah, and 

ANYIL — 

Step, stroke nyspaam. 

Isa. 41. 7 (with)thehammerhimthatsmotetheaavil 
ANY — 
l.One, "inx echad. 

Lev. 4/ 2 If a soul shall sin . . agains*. any of 

4. 13 have done, .any of the commandments 
4. 22 When a ruler hath. .done, .any of the 
4. 27 he doeth. .any of the commandments 

4. 27 he doeth. .any of the commandments 

5. 17 if a soul sin, and commit any of these 

6. 3 in any of all these that a man doeth 



Nunii5. 27 if any soul sin through ignorance, then 
36. 3 if they be married to any of the sons of 
Deuti 6. 5 within any of thy gates, which the Lord 

17. 2 If there be found among you, within any 

18. 6 if a Levite come from any of "thy gates 
28. 55 So that he will not give to any of them 

2 Sa. 2. 1 Shall I go up into any of the cities of 

7. 7 spake I a word with any of the tribes of 
1 Ch. 17. 6 spake I a word to any of the judges of 
Eze. 16. 5 None eye pitied thee, to do any of these 

2. A man, individual, v^ish, 

Exodio. 23 Theysawnotoneanother, neitherroseanj 
Lev. 21. 9 the daughter of any priest, if she profane 
Judg2o. 8 We will not any. .neither will we any 

21. 1 Thereshall notany of us give his daughter 

1 Sa. 30. 2 they slew not any, either great or small 

2 Sa. 9. 3 (Is) there not yet any of the house of Saul 

1 Ki. 3. 13 there shall not be any among the kings 

5. 6 not among us any that can skill to 

2 Ki. 4. 29 if any (salute thee), answer him not again 

10. 5 we will not make any king: do thou 
10. 14 took them alive, .neither left he any of 
10. 24 (If) any of the men whom I have brought 
18. 33 Hath any of the gods of the nations 
Isa. 36. 18 Hath any of the gods of the nations 
Jer. 23. 24 Can any hide himself in secret places 
Eze. 7 13 neither shall any strengthen himself 
iS. 7 hath not oppressed any. .hath restored 
18. 16 Neither hath oppressed any, hath not 
46. 16 If the prince give a gift unto any of his 
Zech 13. 3 to pass,(that) when any shall yet prophesy 
B.All, any, h'3 kol. 

Deut. 4. 23 a graven image, (or) the likeness of any 
Ezra 7. 24 touching any of the priests and Levites 
Dan. 2. 10 asked such things at any magician, or 

2. 30 is not revealed to me. .more than any 

3. 28 that theymightnotserve nor worship any 

6. 4 neither was there any error or fault found 
6. 5 We shall not find any occasion against 

6. 12 that shall ask .. of any God or man within 

4. Who ? whom ? *P mi. 

Gen. 19. 12 Hast thou here any besides? son in law 

5. Soul, person, vzi nephesh. 

Lev. 2. 1 when any will offer a meat offering 

24. 17 he that killeth any man shall surely be 
Numrg. 11 toucheth the dead body of any man shall 
Deut24. 7 If a man be found stealing any of his 

Q.One, etV heis. 

Acts 4. 32 neither said any . . that ought of the things 
7. Not, fxTj me. 

Lukeso. 27 Sadducees, which deny that there is any 
S.JVot one, no one, /xndeis medeis. 

Acts 25. 17 without any delay on the morrow I sat 

2 Th. 2. 3 Let no man deceive you by any means 

1 Pe. 3. 6 and are not afraid with any amazement 

9. Has any one 1 p.-f)rts metis. 

John 7. 48 Have any of the rulers or of the Pharisees 

10. Any thing, yA\ ti me ti. 

John2i. 5 Jesus saith. .have ye any meat? 

11. JYot even one, of/Beis oudeis. 

Mark 5. 4 broken, .neither could any (man) tame 
16. 8 neither said they anything to any (man) 

Luke 8. 43 neither could be healed of any 

9. 36 and told no man in those days any of 
20. 40 after that they durst not ask him any 

Acts 4. 12 [Neither is there salvation in any other] 

1'2. All, any, every, xas^Jos. 

Matt 18. 19 as touching anything that they shall 

2 Co. 1. 4 comfort them which are in any trouble 
Heb. 4. 12 and sharper than any two-edged sword 
Rev. 7. 1 not blow, .on the sea, nor on [any] tree 

7. 16 hunger no more, neither thirst any more 
9. 4 neither any green thing, neither any tree 

13. Any one, any, rts lis. 

Mark 8. 26 nor tell (it) to any in the town 

it. 25 forgive, if ye have ought against any 
16. 18 [and if they drink any deadly thing] 

Luke24. 41 he said. .Have ye here any meat? n. n. 

John 1. 46 Can there any good thing come out of 

2. 25 needed not that any should testify 7. 43. 
Acts 4. 34 Neither was there any among them that 

9. 2 if he found any of this way, whetherthey 
25. 16 the manner of the Romans to deliver any 

27. 42 lest any of them should swim out, and 

28. 21 neither any of the brethren . .spake any 
Rom. 8. 39 height, nor depth, nor any other creature 

9. 11 neither having done any good or evil 
15. 18 I will not dare to speak of any of 

1 Co. 1. 15 Lest any should say that I had baptized 

6. 1 Dare any of you, having a matter against 

6. 12 not be brought under the power of any 

7. 18 Is any man called being circumcised? 

2 Co. 11. 21 Howbeit, whereinsoever any is bold, (I 

12. 17 Did I make a gain of you by any of them 
Eph. 5. 27 having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing 
Col. 2. 23 not in any honour to the satisfying of 

3. 13 if any man have a quarrel against any 

1 Th. 2. 9 we would not be chargeable unto any 

5. 15 none render evil for evil unto any 

2 Th. 3. 8 Neither did we eat any man's bread 
Heb. 3. 12 Take heed, .lest there be in any of you 

3. 13 lest any of you be hardened through the 

4. 1 lest, a promise being left, .any of you 
12. J 5 Looking diligently lest any man fail of 
12. 16 Lest there (be) any fornicator, or profane 

Jas. 5. 12 swear not. .neither by any other oath 



Jas. 5. 13 Isanyamongyouafflicted?..Isanymerry? 
5. 14 Is any sick among you ? let him call for 
5. 19 Brethren, if any of you do err from the 
2 Pe. 3. 9 not willing that any should perish, but 
{Sec also Kin, longer, means, more, never, nor, 
not, thing, time, whether, which, wise without.] 
ANY at all — 
1. Pleasure, }'?n chaphets. 

Eze. 18. 23 Have I any pleasure at all that the 
2. To be able, hh; yakol 

Num 22. 33 have I now any power at all to say any 
ANY ease, in — 
To bring back, 3$0 shvb, 5. 

Deut 22. 1 thou shalt in any case bring them again 
24. 13 In any case thou shalt deliver him the 

ANY further — 

Yet, further, en eti. 

Mark 5. 35 why troublest thou the Master any further 

14. 6s What need we any further witnesses'? 
Luke22. 71 What need we any further witness? 

ANY longer — 

1. Vet, further, ert eti. 

Rom 6." 2 How shall we. .live any longer therein ? 
2. j\ t o further, ^KeVt m-eketi. 

Acts 25. 24 that he ought not to live any longer 
ANY man, man's, (not) — 
l.A man, individual, tr'N ish. 

Gen. 24. 16 (was) very fair, .neither had any man 

Exod34. 3 neither let any man be seen throughout 
34. 24 neither shall any man desire thy land 

Lev. 7. 8 the priest that offereth any man's burnt 

15. 2 When any man hath a running issue 
15. 16 if any man's seed of copulation go out 
15. 24 if any man lie with her at all 

Num. 5. 10 whatsoever any man giveth the priest 

5. 12 If any man's wife go aside, and commit a 
9. 10 If any man of you or of your posterity 

21. 9 if a serpent had bitten any man, when 
Deut 19. 11 if any man hate his neighbour, and lie in 

19. 16 If a false witness rise up against any man 

22. 13 If any man take a wife, and go in unto 

23. 10 If there be among you any man, that is 
Josh. 1. 5 There shall not any man be able to stand 

2. 11 remain any more courage in any man 
Judg. 4. 20 when any man doth come and enquire of 

1 Sa. 2. 13 when any man offered sacrifice, the 

2. 16 if any man said unto him, Let them not 
12. 4 hast thou taken ought of any man's hand 

2 Sa. 15. 2 it was (so), that when any man that had 

15. 5 it was (so), that when any man came nigh 
19. 22 shall there any man be put to death this 
21. 4 neither for us shalt thou kill any man 

2 Ki. 4. 29 if thou meet any man, salute him not 

2. Whoso, *P mi* 

Exod24. 14 if any man have any matters to do, let 

3. Each one, eKacros hekastos. 

Eph. 6. 8 that whatsoever good thing any man 

i.JYot one, no one, fivSeis medeis. 

Mark 1. 44 See thou say nothing to any man 

Acts 10. 2S that I should not call any man common 

5.2\ r ot any thing, nothing, fxy)Tis metis. 

John 4. 33 Hath any man brought him (ought) to 

6.jS T ot even one, ouSeis oudeis 

Matt 22. 16 neither carest thou for any. .for thou 
Marki6. 8 said they any thing to any. .for they were 
John 8. 33 and were never in bondage to any man 

18. 31 It is not lawful for us to put any man to 
Jas. 1. 13 neither tempteth he any man : but every 

7. Any, any one, rts tis. 

Matt 11. 27 neither knoweth any man the Father 

12. 19 neither shall any man hear his voice in 

21. 3 if any:. say ought unto you, ye shall 

22. 46 neither durst any. .from that day forth 

24. 23 if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here 
Mark 9. 30 he would not that any man should know 

11. 3 if any man say unto you, Why do ye 
11. 16 would not suffer that any man should 

13. 5 Take heed lest any. .deceive you 
13. 21 then if any man shall say to you, Lo 

Lul;ei4. 8 When thou art bidden of any (man) to a 

19. 8 if I have taken any thing from any man 

19. 31 if any man ask you, Why do ye loose 

20. 28 If any man's brother die, having a wife 
John 4. 33 Hath any man brought him (ought) to eat? 

6. 46 Not that any man hath seen the Father 

6. 51 if any man eat of this bread, he shall 

7. 17 If any man will do his will, he shall 

7. 37 If any man thirst, let him come unto me 
9. 22 that if any man did confess that he was 
9. 31 if any man be a worshipper of God, and 
9. 32 that any man opened the eyes of one that 
10. 9 I am the door : by me if any man 

10. 28 neither shall any. .pluck them out of 

11. 9 If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth 

11. 57 that, if any man knew where he were 

12. 26 If any man serve me. .if any man serve 
12. 47 if any man hear my words, and believe 

16. 30 and needest not that any man should 
Acts 10. 47 Can any man forbid water, that these 

19. 38 if Demetrius, .have a matter against any 
24. 12 neither found me. .disputing with any 
Rom. 8. 9 Now if any man have not the Spirit of 
1 Co. 5. 11 if any man that is called a brother be a 
7. iS Is any man called being circumcised? let 



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i Co. 8. 10 For if any man see thee which hast 
9. 15 than that any man should make my 
10. 28 if any man say unto you, This is offered 
14. 27 If any man speak in an. .tongue, .by two 
2 Co. 12. 6 lest any man should think of me above 
Eph. 2. 9 Not of works, lest auy man should boast 
Col. 2. 4 this I say, lest any man should beguile 

2. 8 Beware lest any man spoil you 

3. 13 if any man have a quarrel against any 

3. 8 Neither did we eat any man's bread jfor 

4. 11 lest any man fall after the same example 
12. 15 lest any man fail of the grace of God 

1 if any man sin, we have an advocate with 
2. 15 If any man love the world, the love of 

2. 27 ye need not that any man teach you ; but 

5. 16 If any man see his brother sin a sin. .not 

3. 20 if any man hear my voice, and open the 
22. 18 If any man shall add unto these things 
22. 19 if any man shall take away from the 

[See also If, by, lest, neither, not.] 

ANY manner — 

A ny, *?3 kol. 

Exod22. 9 for any manner of lost thing which 
Lev. 7. 27 soul, .that eateth any manner of blood 
Deut27. 21 he that lieth with any manner of beast 

ANY marks — 
Writing, rinh? kethobeth. 

Lev. 19. 28 nor print any marks upon you : I (am) 
ANY more — 
l.To add, *]D; yasaph. 

Deut. 5. 25 hear the voice of the Lord, .any more 
2. To add, *]p; yasaph, 5. 

Exod. 8. 29 not Pharaoh deal deceitfully any more 

11. 6 nor shall be like it any more 
Josh. 7. T2 neither will I be with you any more 

. 10 neither shall, .afflict them any more 
. 10 he shall not touch thee any more 
. 8 Neither will I make. .Israel, .any more 
9 children of wickedness waste, .any more 
8 Neither will I any more remove the foot 
. T2 they shall not sorrow any more"at all 
. 2 neither shall be any more after it 

o. Still, yet, again, *riy od. 

Gen. 8. 12 returned not again unto him any more 

4. {For an) indefinite time, nb'ty olam. 

Eze. 27. 36 and never (shalt be) any more 

28. 19 and never (shalt) thou (be) any more 

5 . Yet, further, eri eti. 

Luke 20. 36 Neither can they die any more : for they 
Rev. 7. 16 neither thirst any more ; neither shall 

12. 8 neither was their place found any more 

18. 22 no craftsman, .shall he found any more 
21. 4 neither shall there be any more pain, for 

6. No more, fxrnK^rt meketi. 

Horn 14. 13 let us not. .judge one another any more 

7. No further, ohniri ouketi. 

Matt 22. 46 from that day forth ask him any more 
Mark 9. 8 they saw no man any more, save Jesus 
Luke 22. 16 I will not [any more] eat thereof, until 
Rev. 18.11 no man buyeth. .merchandise any more 

ANY of their's — 

Them, un ham. 

Eze. 7. 11 their multitude, nor of any of their's 

ANY one — 

All, any, every, was pas. 

Matt 13. 19 When any one heareth the word of the 

ANY person — 

*Soul, person, ty$j nephesh. 

NUU131. 19 whosoever hath killed any person, and 
35. 11 which kllleth any person at unawares 
35. 15 everyone that killeth any person unawares 
35. 30 "Whoso killeth any person, the murderer 
35. 30 one. .shall not testify against any person 

ANY such — 

Matter, word, nrn (Lobar. 

Deuti3- 11 shall do no more any such wickedness 

19. 20 henceforth commit no more any such 
ANY thing — 

l.One, *inx echod. 

Deut. 6. 7 it shall be forgiven him for any thing 
2. Word, thing, "15} dabar. 

Gen. 18. 14 Is any thing too hard for the LORD? 
Nuni2o. 19 I will only, without, .any thing, .go 
--. What and what, hcinD meumah. 

Gen. 22. 12 neither do thou any tiling unto him : for 

30. 31 Thou shalt not give me any thing : if thou 

39. 9 neither hath he kept back any tiling from 

39. 23 of the^prison looked not at any thing 

Nuni22. 38 have 1.. any power at all to say any thing? 

Deut 24. 10 thou dost lend thy brother any thing 

1 Sa. 20. 26 Saul spake not any thing that day: for 

20. 39 the lad knew not anything: onlyJonathan 

21. 2 Let no man know any thing of the 

25. 15 neither missed we any thing, as long as 
? Sa. 13. 2 thought it hard for him to do any thing 

2 Ch. 9. 20 it was (not) any thing accounted of in 
Eccl. 9. s the dead know not any thing, neither 
Jon. 3. 7 neither, .herd nor flock, taste any thing 

4, Not one, no one, finSeis, medeis. 

Rom. 13. 8 Owe no man any thing, but to love one 
2 Co. 6. 3 Giving no offence in any thing, that the 



5, Not even one, ovSeis oudeis. 

Mark 16. 8 neither said they any thing to any (man) 

6.A?iy, anything, ris Us,tl ti. 

Matt 24. j.y Let him. .come down to take any thing 
Markn. 13 came, if haply he might find any thing 

13. 15 neither enter, .to take any thing out of 
Lukeig. S if I have taken any thing from any man 

22. 35 when I sent you. .lacked ye any thing? 
John 7. 4 no man (that) doeth any thing in secret 

14. 14 If ye shall ask any thing in my name 
Acts 17. 25 as though he needed any thing, seeing 

19. 39 if ye enquire any thing concerning other 
25. 11 or have committed any thing worthy of 

Romi4. 14 but to him that esteemeth any thing to 

1 Co. 2. 2 For I determined not to know any thing 

3. 7 neither is he that planteth any thing 

8. 2 if any man think, .he knoweth any thing 
10. 19 [say I then? that the idol is any thing] 

10. 19 that which is offered, .idols is any thing? 
14. 35 if they will learn any thing, let them 

2 Co. 2. 10 To whom ye forgive any thing, I (forgive) 

3. 5 to think any thing as of ourselves ; but 
Gal. 5. 6 neither circumcision availeth any thing 
6. 15 ; 1 Th. 1. 8 ; Jas. 1. 7 ; 1 Jo. 5, 14. 
7. One, eV hen, John I. 3. 

8. All, iras pas, Acts 10. 14 ; Rev. 21. 27. 
[See also Not, superfluous, sweat.] 

ANY thing at all — 

Any one, any thing, tis tis,n ti. 

Acts 25. 8 Cesar, have I offended any thing at all 

ANY whither — 

Whether, niw n^x aneh va-anah. 

1 Ki. 2. 36 and go not forth thence any whither 

2. -42 walkest abroad any whither, that thou 

ANY wise, in — 
l.Only, ^]N ak. 

Psa. 37. 8 fret not thyself in any wise to do evil 
2. Only, surely, pn raq. 

Josh. 6. 18 ye, in any wise keep, .from the accursed 

[See also Exod. 22. 23; Lev. 19. n; 27. 19; Deut. 

17. 15 ; 21. 23 ; 22. 7 ; Josh. 23. 12 ; 1 Sa. 6. 3 ; 1 Ki. 

11. 22.] 

APACE — 

1 . To go on, "i\bn lialak. 

2 Sa. 18. 25 And he came apace, and drew near 
2. Refuge, flight, D'up manos. 

Jer 46. 5 and are fled apace, and look not hack 
APART — 
1. Apart, 13 had. 

Zech.12. 12 the land shall mourn, every family apart 
[This participle occurs eleven times in v. 12, 13, 14.] 
2. By themselves, nar ISlav hat' idian. 

Matt 14. 13 he departed, .into a desert place apart 
14. 23 went up into a mountain apart to pray 
17. 1 bringeth. .into an high mountain apart 

17. 19 Then came the disciples to Jesus apart 

20, 17 Jesus, .took the twelve disciples apart in 
Mark 6. 31 Come ye yourselves apart into a desert 

9. 2 andleadeththemup. . apart by themselves 

APART, to put or set — 
Separation, rnj niddah. 

Lev. 15. 19 she shall be put apart seven days 

18. 19 as she is put apart for her uncleanness 
Eze. 22. 10 that was set apart for pollution 

APE — 

Ape, marmoset, *f\p qoph. 

1 Ki. 10. 22 silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks 

2 Ch. 9. 21 silver, ivory, and apes, and peacocks 

A-PEL'-LES, 'A?re\A^s. 

A disciple at Rome, to whom Paul sends salutation 

Rom. 16 10 Salute A. approved in Christ 
A-PHAR-SA'-CHITES, s*:?P"i5X. Meaning uncertain. 
An unknown Assyrian tribe. 

Ezra 5. 6 Tatnai.. and his companions the A. 
6. 6 Tatnai. .and your companions the A. 

A-PHAR-SATH'-CHITES, ICJpCTSlS 
Perhaps the same as the preceding. 

Ezra 4. 9 Then . . Rehum the chancellor, and . . A. 
A-PHAR'-SITES, x-p")2N. Meaning uncertain. 
Perhaps the same as the preceding. 

Ezra 4. 9 Then. .Rehum the chancellor, and. .A. 
A'-PHEK, pBK fortress. 

1. A royal city of the Canaanites, taken by Joshua and 
assigned to Issachar. Probably the same as the Aphe- 
kah of Josh. 15. 53. 

Josh.12. 18 [these are the kings]. .The king of A.; 
1 Sa. 4. 1 and the Philistines pitched in A. 

29. 1 Philistines gathered . . their armies to A. 

2. A city E. of Cinneroth, where Benhadad was de- 
feated by Ahab. 

iKi. 20. 26 came to pass. .Ben-hadad. .went up to A 
20. 30 But the rest fled to A., into the city 

2 Ki. 13. 17 thou shalt smite the Syrians in A., till 
°. With the article "the Aphek," a place where the 
Philistines encamped while the Israelites were at Eben- 
ezer. This was N.W. and not far from Jerusalem. 

1 Sa. 4. 1 and the Philistines pitched in A. 



4. The scene of a battle wherein Saul was defeated and 
slain. 

1 Sa. 29. 1 Philistines gathered, .their armies to A. 
A-PHE'-KAH f X$m fortress. 
A city in the hill-country of Judah, near Beth-tappuah. 

Josh.15. 53 And Janum, and Beth-tappuah, and A. 
A-PHI'-AH, rrax stHving. 
One of Saul's ancestors, B.C. 1225. 

1 Sa. 9. 1 Zeror, the son of Bechorath, the son of A | 
A'-PHLK, paN npsx p'SN fortress. 

A city of Asher in the N." of Canaan. It is the Aphaka 
on the river Adonis. The Canaanites kept possession 
of this stronghold. 

Josh. 1 3. 4 unto A., to the borders of the Amorites 
19. 30 Ummah also, and A., and Rehob, twenty 

Judg. 1. 31 did Asher drive out the inhabitants of A. 

2 Ki. 13. 17 for thou shalt smite the Syrians in A. 
APH'-RAH, rrjcy hamlet. 

A city in Benjamin, near Philistia. It is perhaps the 
same as Ophrak, but this is uncertain, as all the towns 
named in the context are in the low country, while 
Ophrah would seem to be E. of Bethel. 

Mic. 1. 10 in the house of A. roll thyself in the dust 
APH'-SES, I'i'En the dispersed. 

A Levite chief of the iSth of the 24 courses in the 
service of the temple, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 24.15 seventeenth to Hezir. .eighteenth to A. 
APIECE — 

1. The one pillar, inxn *rtejjn ha-ammud ha-echad. 

1 Ki. 7. 15 pillars, .of eighteen cubits high apiece 

2. The spoon, ^sn hakkaph. 

Num. 7. 86 spoons, .(weighing) ten (shekels) apiece 

3. Up to, up by, apiece, avd ana. 

Luke 9. 3 journey, .neither have two coats [apiece] 
John 2. 6 containing two or three firkins apiece 

A-POL LO-Nl'-A, ' * Air oWwv la, place of Apollo. 
A city of Macedonia, in the district of Mygdonia, 28 
miles from Amphipolis, and 35 from Thessalonica. 
This city must not be confounded with the more cele- 
brated Apollonia in Illyria. 

Acts 17. 1 when they had passed through, .and A, 

A-POL'-LOS, 'A-rroXKcas a destroyer. 

An eloquent Jew from Alexandria, who came to Ephesus 

during the absence of Paul (a.d. 54), and was there more 

perfectly taught in Christian doctrine by Aquila and 

Priscilla. 

Acts 18. 24 a certain Jew named A... came to Ephesus 
19. 1 And it came to pass, that, while A. was 
1 Co. 1. 12 every one of you saith, I am of . . A. 
3. 4 and another, I (am) of A. ; are ye not 
3. 5 Who then is Paul, and who (is) A., but 
3. 6 I have planted, A. watered ; but God gave 

3. 22 Whether Paul, or A., or Cephas, or the 

4. 6 I have, .transferred to myself and to A. 

16. 12 As touching (our) brother A., I greatly 
Titus 3. 13 Bring, .and A. on their journey diligently 

A-POL-LY'-ON, 'AttoWvojv, destruction, destroyer. 

The Greek translation of the Hebrew "Abaddon." 
Rev. 9. 11 in the Greek tongue hath (his) name A. 

APOSTLE — 

One sent forth, airdo-roAos, apostolos. 

Matt 10. 2 Now the names of the twelve apostles 

Mark 6. 30 And the apostles gathered themselves 

Luke 6. 13 chose twelve, whom, .he named apostles 

9. 10 the apostles, when they were returned 

11. 49 I will send them prophets and apostles 

17. 5 the apostles said unto the Lord, Increase 
22. 14 he sat down, and the twelve apostles 

24. 10 which told these things unto the apostle 
Acts 1. 2 given commandments unto the apostles 

1. 26 was numbered with the eleven apostles 

2. 37 and said, .to the rest of the apostles 
2. 42 continued stedfastly in the apostles' 
2. 43 many wonders . . done by the apostles 
4. 33 with great power gave the apostles 
4. 35 laid, .down at the apostles' feet: and 

4. 36 Joses, who by the apostles was surnamed 

4. 37 sold, .and laid (it) at the apostles' feet 

5. 2 part, and laid (it) at the apostles' feet ' 
5. 12 by the hands of the apostles were many 
5. 18 laid their hands on the apostles, and put 
5. 29 Peter and the. .apostles answered and 

5. 34 commanded to put the [apostles] forth a 

5. 40 when they had called the apostles, and 

6. 6 Whom they set before the apostles : and 
8. 1 were all scattered . . except the apostles 
8. 14 when the apostles which were at Jerusa. 

8. 18 through laying on of the apostles' hands 

9. 27 took, .and brought (him) to the apostles 
11. 1 the apostles and brethren that were in 
14. 4 with the Jews, and part with the apostles 

14. 14 (which) when the apostles, Barnabas and 

15. 2 go up to Jerusalem unto the apostles 

15. 4 they were received . . (of) the apostles and 
15. 6 the apostles and elders came together 

15. 22 Then pleased it the apostles and ciders 
15 23 The apostles and elders and brethren 
15- 33 were let go in peace, .unto the apostles 

16. 4 that were ordained of the apostles and 
Rom. 1. 1 Paul. .called (to be)an apostle, separateu 

ti. 13 inasmuch as I am the apostle of the 

16. 7 who are of note among the apostles, who 



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i Co. i. i Paul, called . .an apostle of Jesus Ch ist 
4. 9 God hath set forth us the apostles last 
9. 1 Am I not an apostle? am I not free? 
9. 2 If I be not an apostle unto others, yet 
9 5 a wife, as well as other apostles, and 
12. 28 hath set some in the church, first apostles 
12. 29 (Are) all apostles'; (are) all prophets? 
15. 7 seen of James ; then of all the apostles 
15. 9 least, .apostles, .to be called an apostle 
2 Co. 1. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the 
• 11. 5 not a whit behind the very cliiefest apostle 

11. 13 transforming themselves into the apostles 
12. 11 am I behind the very cliiefest apostles 
12. 12 the signs of an apostle were wrought 

Gal. 1. 1 Paul, an apostle, (not of men, neither by 
1. 17 Neither went, .them winch were apostles 

1. 19 other of the apostles saw I none, save 
Eph. 1. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the 

2. 20 built upon the foundation of the apostles 

3. 5 now revealed unto his holy apostles and 
4. 11 gave some apostles ; and ome, prophets 

Col. 1. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the 
1 Th. 2. 6 have been burdensome, as the apostles of 
t Ti. 1. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the 

2. 7 I am ordained a preacher, and an apostle 
2TL 1. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the 

1. 1 1 I am appointed a preacher, and an apostle 
Titus 1. 1 Paul, a servant of God, and an Apostle of 
Heb. 3. 1 holy brethren . . consider the apostle and 

1 Pe. 1. 1 Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the 

2 Pe. 1. 1 Simon Peter, a servant and an apostle of 

3. 2 of the commandment of us the apostles 
Jude 17 which were spoken before of the apostles 
Rev. 2. 2 tried them which say they are apostles,and 

i3. 20 Rejoice, .holy apostles and prophets ; for 

21. 14 the names of the twelve apostles of the 

APOSTLE, false — 

False or lying apostle, il/evBairoa-roKos. 

2 Co. 11. 13 For such (are) false apostles, deceitful 

APOSTLESHIP — 

A sending forth, a-noo-roAr) apostole. 

Acts 1. 25 part of this ministry and apostleship 
Rom. 1. 5 we have received grace and apostleship 

1 Co. 9. 2 for the seal of mine apostleship are ye in 
Gal. 2. 8 to the apostleship of the circumcision 

APOTHECARIES' ART, prepared by the — 
Perfumes, nn^np mirqachath. 

2 Ch. 16. 14 (spices) prepared by the apothecaries' art 
APOTHECARY — 

1.7*0 mix, compound, perfume, njTJ raqach. 

Exod 30. 25 compound after the art of the apothecary 
30. 35 confection after the art of the apothecary 
37. 29 according to the work of the apothecary 

Eccl.io. 1 cause the ointment of the apothecary 

2. Mixture, spices, n^n raqqach. 

Neh. 3. 8 Hananiah. .son of (one of), .apothecaries 
AP-PA'-IM, it »N face, presence. 

■Son of Nadab, great-grandson of Jerahmeel, son of 
Hezron, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 2. 30 And the sons of Nadab ; Seled, and A. 
2. 31 And the sons of A. ; Ishi. And the sons 
APPAREL — 
1. Garment, 152 beged. 

Judgi7. 10 I will give thee, .a suit of apparel, and 

1 Sa. 27. 9 took away the sheep, .and the apparel 

2 Sa. 14. 2 put on now mourning apparel, and 
Zech.14. 14 silver, and apparel, in great abundance 

2,Clothing, (?ia^ lebush. 

2 Sa. 1. 24 on ornaments of gold upon your apparel 
Esth. 6. 8 Let the royal apparel be brought which 
6. 9 let this apparel and horse be delivered to 
6. 10 Make haste, .take the apparel and the 
6. 11 Then took Haman the apparel and the 

8. 15 Mordecai went out. .in royal apparel of 
Isa. 63. 1 this, .glorious in his apparel, travelling 

63. 2 "Wherefore, .red in thine apparel, and thy 
^.Clothing, mzbn mcdbush. 

1 Ki. 10. 5 of his ministers, and their apparel 

2 Ch. 9. 4 of his ministers, and their apparel 

9. 4 his cup-bearers also, and their apparel 
Zeph. 1. 8 are clothed with strange apparel 

4. Raiment, rh$& simlah. 

2 Sa. 12. 20 David arose, .and changed his apparel 
Isa. 4. 1 We will . . wear our own apparel 

o.Robe, garment, icrd-qs esthes. 

Acts 1. 10 two men stood by them in white apparel 
12. 21 Herod, arrayed in royal apparel, sat upon 

Jas. 2. 2 a man with a gold ring, in goodly apparel 
^.Garment, ifxanov himation. 

1 Pe. 3. 3 or of putting on of apparel 
7. Garment, ip.aTHTfj.6s, himatismos. 

Acts 20. 33 I have coveted no man's silver, .or apparel 
S.Long robe, Karao-rcA.^ katastole. 

1 Ti. 2. 9 adorn themselves in modest apparel 

APPAREL, changeable suits of — 

Costly apparel, mantle, niion? machalatsoth. 

Isa. 3. 22 changeable suits' of apparel, and the 
APPAREL in — 
To be clothed, ^?S labesh, 4. 

Ezra 3. 10 they set the priests in their apparel with 



APPAREL, rich — 

Rich apparel, D'SVi? beromim. 

Eze. 27. 24 work, and in chests of rich apparel 

APPARELLED — 

la apparel, iv tfiarto'jjuo en himatismo. 

Luke 7. 25 they which are gorgeously apparelled 

APPARELLED, to be — 
To be clothed, ebb labesh. 

2Sa. 13. 18 king's daughters.. virgins apparelled 
APPARENTLY — 
{And) appearance, nyiD marek. 

Xumi2. 8 With him will I speak, .even apparently 
APPEAL to or unto, to — 
To call upon, iiriKaAeofj.a.1 epikaleomai. 

Acts 25. 1 1 but if there be none . . I appeal unto Cesar 
25. 12 Hast thou appealed unto Cesar . unto 
25. 21 when Paul had appealed to be reserved 

25. 25 he himself hath appealed to Augustus 

26. 32 if he had not appealed unto Cesar 

28. 19 I was constrained to appeal unto Cesar 

APPEAR, (things which do), to — 
l.To reveal (itself), n^a galah. 

Pro v. 27. 25 hay appeareth, and the tender grass 

2. To be revealed, uncovered, rhz galah, 2. 

Gen. 35. 7 there God appeared unto him, when he 
1 Sa. 2. 27 Did I plainly appear unto the house of 

3. To lie down, be white, shine, ty?a galosh. 

Song 4. 1 flock of goats, .appear from mt. Gilead 
6. 5 flock of goats, .appear from Gilead 

4. To go forth, tey; yatsa. 

Neh. 4. 21 of the morning till the stars appeared 
5. To turn or shew the face, front, rtJ3 panah. 

Exod 14. 27 when the morning appeared, .the Egypt. 

6. To open, nns patach, 3. 

Song 7. 12 the tender grape appear, .the pomegrau. 

7. To be seen, run raah, 2. 

Gen. 1. 9 let the dry (land) appear : and it was so 
12. 7 the Lord appeared unto Abram, and said 

12. 7 altar unto the Lord, who appeared unto 

17. 1 Lord appeared to Abram, and said unto 

18. 1 Lord appeared unto him in the plains of 
26. 2 the Lord appeared unto him, and said 
26. 24 Lord appeared unto him the same night 
35. 1 appeared unto thee when thou fleddest 
35. 9 God appeared unto Jacob again, when he 
48. 3 Jacob said . . God Almighty appeared unto 

Exod. 3. 2 Lord appeared unto him in a flame of 

3. 16 Lord God of your fathers, .appeared unto 

4. 1 Lord hath not appeared unto thee 

4. 5 God of Jacob, hath appeared unto thee 

6. 3 I appeared unto Abraham . . and unto J. 
16. 10 glory of the Lord appeared in the cloud 
23. 15 and none shall appear before me empty 
23. 17 thy males shall appear before the Lord 
34. 20 And none shall appear before me empty 
34. 23 shall all your men children appear 

34. 24 thou shalt go up to appear before the 
Lev. 9. 4 to-day the Lord will appear unto you 
9. 6 the glory of the Lord shall appear unto 
9. 23 the glory of the Lord appeared unto all 

13. 14 when raw flesh appeareth. .he shall be 
13. 57 if it appear still in the garment, either 
16. 2 I will appear in the cloud upon the mercy 

Xum 14. 10 Lord appeared in the tabernacle of the 
16. 19 Lord appeared unto all the congregation 
16. 42 and the glory of the Lord appeared 
20. 6 glory of the Lord appeared unto them 

Dent 16. 16 shall all thy males appear before the Lord 
16. 16 they shall not appear before the Lord 
31. n Israel is come to appear before the Lord 
31. 15 the Lord appeared in the tabernacle 

Judg. 6. 12 the angel of the Lord appeared unto him 
13. 3 the angel of the Lord appeared unto the 
13. 10 the man hath appeared unto me, that 
13. 21 Lord did no more appear to Manoah 

1 Sa. 1. 22 I will bring him, that he may appear 

3. 21 the Lord appeared again in Shiloh 

2 Sa. 22. 16 the channels of the sea appeared, the 

1 Ki. 3. s Lord appeared to Solomon in a dream 

9. 2 LORD appeared to Solomon the second 
11. 9 which had appeared unto him twice 

2 Ch. 1. 7 that night did God appear unto Solomon 

3. 1 appeared unto David his father, in the 

7. 12 Lord appeared to Solomon by night 
Psa. 42. 2 when shall I come and appear before God? 

84. 7 (everyone of them) . . appeareth before God 

90. 16 Let thy work appear unto thy servants 
102. 16 when. . he shall appear in his glory 
Song 2. 12 The flowers appear on the earth ; the 
Isa. 1. 12 When ye come to appear before me 

66. 5 he shall appear to your joy, and they 
Jer. 13. 26 upon thy face, that, .shame may appear 

31. 3 Lord hath appeared of old unto me 
Eze. 10. 1 appeared over them, .a sapphire stone 

10. 8 appeared, .a man's hand under their 

19. 11 appeared in her height with the multitude 
2i, 24 in all your doings your sins do appear 

Dan. 1. 15 their countenances appeared fairer and 

8. 1 a vision appeared unto me. .me Daniel 
8. 1 which appeared unto me at the first 

Mai. 3. 2 who shall stand when he appeareth? 



8. To be seen, look out, fjjsp shaqaph, 2. 

Jer. 6. 1 evil appeareth out of the north, and 
9. To shine again, ava<paiuo/j.at anophainomai. 

Luke 19. 11 kingdom, .should immediately appear 
10. To manifest (one's self, ifupavifa emphanizo. 

Matt 27. 53 after his resurrection, .appeared unto 

Heb. 9. 24 now to appear in the presence of God for 

11. To shine upon, 4-KHpa.ivw epiphaino. 

Acts 27. 20 when neither sun nor stars, .appeared 
Titus 2. 11 For the grace of God. .hath ajtpeared to 
3. 4 that the kindness and love, .appealed 

l'2.To come, epxofiai erchomai. 

Acts 22. 30 commanded the chief priests . . to [appear] 

IB. To see, be seen, OTrro/xai optomai. 

Matt 17. 3 there appeared unto them Moses and 
Mark 9. 4 there appeared unto them Elias with 
Luke 1. 11 there appeared unto him an angel of the 
9. 31 who appeared in glory, and spake of his 

22. 43 [there appeared an angel unto him from) 
24. 34 The Lord is risen . .and hath appeared to 

Acts 2. 3 there appeared unto them cloven tongues 
7. 2 The God of glory appeared unto our 
7. 30 when forty years were expired, .appeared 
7. 35 the angel which appeared to him in the 
9. 17 Jesus, that appeared unto thee in the way 
16. 9 a vision appealed to Paul in the night 
26. 16 I have appeared, .the which I will appear 
Heb. 9. 28 them that look for him shall he appear 
Rev. 12. 1 there appeared a great wonder in heaven 

12. 3 there appeared another wonder in heaven 

14. To shine, appear, be seen, <pa,tvo/j.ai phainomai. 
Matt. 1. 20 the angel of the Lord appeared unto him 

2. 7 enquired, .what time the star appeared 
2. 13 the angel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph 

2. 19 an angel of the Lord appearelh in a dream 
6. 16 that they may appear unto men to fast 

6. 18 That thou appear not unto men to fast 

13. 26 brought forth, .then appeared the tares 

23. 27 which indeed appear beautiful outward 

23. 28 Even so ye also outwardly appear 

24. 30 then shall appear the sign of the Son of 
Mark 16. 9 [when (Jesus) was risen . .appeared iirst] 
Luke 9. 8 And of some, that Elias had appeared 
Rom. 7. 13 Butsin.thatit might appear sin, working 
2 Co. 13. 7 not that we should appear approved, but 
Heb. 11. 3 were not made of things which do appear 
Jas. 4. 14 It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a 
1 Pe. 4. 18 shall the ungodly and the sinner appear? 

15. To be manifest, iipl <pavzp6s. 

1 Ti. 4.15 that thy profiting may appear to all 

16. To make manifest, <pavep6u> phaneroo. 

Mark 16. 12 [After that he appeared in another form] 
16. 14 [Afterward he appeared unto the eleven] 

2 Co. 5. 10 we must all appear before the judgment 

7. 12 that our care for you . . might appear unto 
Col. 3. 4 Chrtet . . shall appear . . ye shall also appear 
Heb. 9. 26 he appeared to put away sin by the 

1 Pe. 5. 4 when the chief Shepherd shall appear, ye 
1 Jo. 2. 28 that, when he shall appear, we may have 

3. 2 it doth not yet appear, .he shall appear 
Rev. 3. 18 shame of thy nakedness do not appear 

APPEAR, made — 

Making bare, ?p.T\D maeJisoph. 

Gen. 30. 37 and made the white appear, .in the rod 

APPEARANCE — 

1. Appearance, n$1£ march. 

Num. 9. 15 upon the tabernacle, .the appearance of 

q. 16 and the appearance of Are by night' 
Eze. 1. s And this (was) their appearance ; theyhad 
1. 13 their appearance, .like the appearance of 
1. 14" as the appearance of a flash of lightning 
1. 16 the appearance of the wheels and their 
1. 16 then- appearance and their work, .as it 
1. 26 as the appearance of a sapphire stone 
1. 26 as the appearance of a man above upon it 
1. 27 appearance of fire, .from the appearance 
1. 27 from the appearance, .the appearance of 
1. 28 as the appearance of the bow that is 
1. 28 so (was) the appearance of the brightness 
r. 28 This (was) the appearance of the likeness 

8. 2 the app. of fire, .from the app. . .the app. 
10. 1 as the appearance of the likeness of a 
10. 9 the appearance of the wheels, .as the 
10. 10 their appearances, they four had one 

10. 22 their appearances and themselves : they 
40n, 3 whose appearance, .like the appearance 

41. 21 the appearance, .as the appearance 

42. 11 the way. .(was) like the appearance of tln j 

43. 3 according to the appearance of the vision 
Dan. 8. 15 there stood . .the appearance of a man 

10. 6 his face as the appearance of lightning 
10. 18 like the appearance of a man, and he 
Joel 2. 4 The appearance, .as the appearance 
Z.Sighf, elSos eidos. 

1 Th. 5. 22 Abstain from all appearance of evil 
o. Sight. 6$is opsis. 

John 7. 24 Judge not according to the appearance 
■i.-Facc, countenance, TrpSo-wn-ov prosopon. 

2 Co. 5. 12 them which;glory in appearance, and not 

APPEARANCE, outward — 
l.Eye, \:u ayin. 

x. Sa. 16. 7 man looketh on the outward appearance 



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2,Face, countenance, -np6(ToiTrov prosopon. 

2 Co. 10. 7 on things alter the outward appearance? 
APPEARETH — 
Appearance, •ifrnp march. 

Lev. 13. 43 leprosy appeareth iu the skiu of the fiesh 
APPEARING — 
1. Uncovering, air oKaXuty is apokalupsis. 

1 Pe. 1. 7 and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ 
2. Manifestation, iirttfuLveta epiphaneia. 

1 Ti. 6. 14 the appearing of our Lord Jesus Christ 

2 Ti. 1. 10 the appearing of our Saviour Jesus Christ 

4. 1 judge, .at lus appearing and his kingdom 
4. 8 untu all them also that love his appealing 
Titus 2. 13 Looking for. .the glorious appearing of 

APPEARING, not — 

Not evident, &5-o\os adelos. 

Luke 11. 44 for ye are as graves which appear not 

APPEASE, to — 

l.To cover, pacify, 132 kaphar, 3 

Gen. 32. 20 I will appease him with the present 
2,7*o quiet, OjS? shaqat, 5. 

Prov.15. 18 (he that is) slow to anger appeaseth strife 
3.7*0 let or send down, KaraareWa} katastello. 

Acts 19. 35 the town-clerk had appeased the people 
APPEASED, to be — 
To cease, settle down, i)=(p shahak. 

Esth. 2. 1 wrath of king Ahasuerus was appeased 
APPERTAIN, to — 
To be becoming, nx; yaah. 

Jer. 10. 7 6 King, .to thee doth it appertain 

APPETITE — 
I. Life, *n chai. 

Job 38, 39 or fill the appetitej>f the young lions 

2. Soul, &$i ncphesh. 

Prov.23. 2 if thou (be) a man given to'appetite 
Eccl. 6. 7 and yet the appetite is not filled 

APPETITE, to have — 

To go or run to and fro, pp£> shaqaq. 

Isa. 29. 8 faint, and his soul hath appetite 

AP-PHI'-A, 'Awfpia. 

A female disciple to whom, with Philemon and Archip- 

pus, Paul wrote an epistle. 

Phm. 2 to (our) beloved A., and Archippus 
AP-PEt FO'-RTTM, mar/vet of Appius {Claudius). 
A well-known station, 43 miles from Rome, on the Ap- 
pian Way, the great road from Rome to the Bay of 
Naples. The site is near Trej>onti, where the forty-third 
mile stone is still preserved. 

Acts 28. 15 they came to meet us as far as A. forum 

APPLE — 

Apple, quinces, rnDPi taptpuach. 

Prov.23. 11 A word fitly spoken, .apples of gold in 
Song 2. 5 comfort me with apples : for I (am) sick 

7. 8 and the smell of thy nose like apples 

APPLE of the eye — 

1. Little man, {the daughter), (713) ptrx ishon {hath). 
Deut32. 10 he kept him as the apple of his eye 
Psa. 17. 8 Keep me as the apple of the eye, hide 
Prov. 7. 2 Keep, .my law as the apple of thine eye 

2. The pupil, or gate, nns babah. 

Zech. 2. 8 toucheth you toucheth the apple of his e. 

3. Daughter, r>3 bath. 

Lam. 2. 18 let not the apple of thine eye cease 

APPLE TREE — 
Apple-tree, rflsn tappuach. 

Song 2. 3 As the apple-tree among the trees of the 

8. 5 I raised thee up under the apple-tree 
Joel 1. 12 the apple-tree, .is withered away 

APPLY, to — 

1. To cause to go in, to a bo, 5. 

Psa. 90. 12 we may apply (our) hearts unto wisdom 
Prov 23. 12 Apply thine heart unto instruction 

2. 7*o incline, rim natah, 5. 

Prov. 2. 2 apply thine heart to understanding 
3. To give, jro nathan. 

Eccl. 8. 9 All this have 1 seen, and applied my heart 
8. 16 I applied mine heart to know wisdom 

4.7*0 go round, DJtp sabab. 

Eccl. 7. 25 I applied mine heart to know, .wisdom 
5. To set, place, put, T\'p shith. 

Prov22. 17 apply thine heart unto my knowledge 
APPOINT, to — 
1.2*0 sag, T?x amar. 

1 Ki. 5, 6 according to all that thou shalt appoint 
11. 18 Pharoah. .appointed him victuals and 

Esth. 2. 15 Ilegai. .keeper of the women, appointed 
2.7*0 choose, "ins bachar* 

2Sa. 15. 15 whatsoever, .the king shall appoint 

3. To speak, *i?t dabar, 3. 

1 Ki. 12. 12 the third day, as the king had appointed 

4. To decree, engrave, ppn chaqaq. 

Prov. 8. 29 he appointed the foundations of the earth 



5. To cause to know, j/v yada, 5. 

1 Sa. 21. 2 I have appointed (my) servants to such 
Q.To decide, manifest, n?; yakach, 5. 

Gen. 24. 14 thou hast appointed for thy servant 

24. 44 hath appointed out for my master's son 

7 .To found, appoint, ~ip; yasad, 3. 

Esth. 1. 8 king had appointed to all the officers 
8. To appoint, "iy; yaad. 

2 Sa. 20. 5 the set time which he had appointed 
Jer. 47. 7 shore? there hath he appointed it 

Mic. 6. 9 hear ye the rod, and who hath appointed 
9 To number, hjd manah, 3. 

Job 7. 3 wearisome nights are appointed to me 
Dan. 1. 5 king appointed them a daily provision 
1. 10 the king, who hath appointed your 

10. To point out, indicate, define, 3p} naqab. 

Gen. 30. 28 Appoint me thy wages, and 1 will give it 

11. 7*1? give, jrjj nathan. 

Exod3o. 16 appoint it for the service of the 
Num 35. 6 six cities . . which ye shall appoint for the 
Josh. 20. 2 Appoint out for you cities of refuge 
2 Ki. 8. 6 the king appointed unto her a certain 
1 Ch. 16. 4 appointed (certain) of the Levites to 
Ezra 8. 20 David, .had appointed for the service 
Neh. 9. 17 in then* rebellion appointed a captain 
Eze. 4. 6 I have appointed thee each day for a year 
36. 5 the heathen, .have appointed my land 
45. 6 ye shall appoint the possession of the 

12. 7*0 cause to stand, *13JJ amad, 5. 

1 Ch. 15. 16 appoint their brethren . . the singers 

15. 17 Levites appointed Hemau the son of Joel 
2Ch. 8. 14 he appointed, according to the order of 

20. 21 he appointed singers unto the Lour, and 
31. 2 Hezekiah appointed the courses of the 
33. 8 I have appointed for your fathers 

Ezra 3. 8 Zerubbabel. .appointed the Levites, from 
Neh. 6. 7 thou hast also appointed prophets to 

7. 3 appoint watches of the inhabitants of 

12. 31 I. .appointed two great (companies of 

13. 30 I . .appointed the wards of the priests 
Esth. 4. 5 Hatach.. whom he had appointed to 

13. To do, make, ftpy asah. 

Job 14. 5 thou hast appointed his bounds that he 
Psa. 104. 19 he appointed the moon for seasons 

14. To inspect, overlook, 1^ paqad. 

Num. 3. 10 thou shalt appoint Aaron and his sons 

4. 27 ye shall appoint unto them in charge 
Jer. 15. 3 I will appoint over them four kinds 

49. 19 a chosen (man, that) I may appoint over 

50. 44 a chosen (man, that) I may appoint over 

51. 27 Ashchenaz; appoint a captain against 

15. To charge, T|2£ paqad, 5. 

Gen. 41. 34 let him appoint officers over the land 
Lev. 26. 16 I will even appoint over you terror 
Num. 1. 50 thou shalt appoint the Levites over the 

1 Sa. 29. 4 thou hast appointed him, and let him not 

2 Ki. 7. 17 the king appointed the lord on whose 
Esth. 2. 3 let the king appoint officers in all the 

16. To command, n$ tsavah, 3. 

1 Sa. 25. 30 the Lord, .shall have appointed thee 

2 Sa. 6. 21 to appoint me ruler over the people of 

17. 14 the Lord had appointed to defeat the 
1 Ki. 1. 35 I have appointed him to be ruler over 
Neh. 5. 14 I was appointed to be their governor in 

17. To set apart, EHp qadesh, 5. 

Josh 20. 7 they appointed Kedesh in Galilee in 
IS. To raise up, mp qum, 5. 

Dan. 5. 21 he appointeth over it whomsoever he will 

19.7*0 cause to meet, 2?rcpare, frig qarah, 5. 

Num 35. 11 ye shall appoint you cities to be cities of 

20. To set, ma? stem. 

Exod, 9. 5 Lord appointed a set time, saying 

21. 13 I will appoint thee a place whither he 
Num. 4. 19 appoint them every one to his service 

1 Sa. 8. 11 He will, .appoint, .for himself, for his 

8. 12 he will appoint him captains over 

2 Sa. 7. 10 I will appoint a place for my people 

2 Ki. 10. 24 Jehu appointed fourscore men without 
11. 18 the priest appointed officers over the 
18. 14 king of Assyria appointed, .three hundred 
2 Ch. 23. 18 Jehoiada appointed the officers of the 
Psa. 78. 5 he. .appoiutcd a law in Israel which 
Isa. 44. 7 since I appointtd the ancient people 
61. 3 To appoint unto them that mourn in 
Jer. 33. 25 I have not appointed the ordinances of 
Eze. 21. 19 thou son of man, appoint thee two ways 
21. 20 Appoint a way that the sword may come 
21. 22 to appoint captains.. to appoint, .rams 
Hos. 1. 11 the children, .appoint themselves one 

21.7*o set, place, pat, rvu> shith. 

Job 14. 13 thou wouldest appoint me a set time 
Isa. 26. 1 salvation will (God) appoint, .walls and 

22.7*o send, nS^ shatach. 

1 Ki. 5. 9 unto the place that thou shall appoint 
23.7*o shew again, point out, avab'elievv/j.t. 

Luke 10. 1 After these things the Lord appointed 
24.7*o be laid off or aside, a.Tr6K€i/j.at ajjokeimai. 

Heb. 9. 27 as it is appointed unto men once to die 
25.7*o arrange throughout, hiardaffw diatassd. 

Luke 3. 13 Exact no more than that., appointed you 



Acts 7. 44 tabernacle, .as he had appointed 

20. 13 for so had he appointed, minding himself 
Tit. 1. 5 ordain elders, .as I had appointed thee 
26.Toput throughoxd, Star/fl^i diatlthemi. 

Luke 22. 29 I appoint unto you . . hath appointed . . me 
27. 7*o put, jilace, 'hrn^i histemi. 

Acts 1. 23 they appointed two, Joseph called 

17. 31 Because he hath appointed a day, in the 
2S.7*o set down, Kadiarv/j-t kathistenii. 

Acts 6. 3 whom we may appoint over this business " 
29.7*0 do, make, iroiew poieo. 

Heb. 3. 2 was faithful to him that appointed him 
30.7*0 arrange together, gvvt6.uv<o suntasso. 

Matt 26. 19 the disciples did as Jesus had appointed 

27. 10 the potter's field, as the Lord appointed 
31.7*0 arrange, set in order, Tao"cr&j tasso. 

Matt 28. 16 where Jesus had appointed them 

Acts 22. 10 things which are appointed for thee to do 

28. 23 when they had appointed him a day 
32. 7*o put, place, rid-n^i tithemi. 

Matt 24. 51 and appoint (him) his portion with the 
Luke 12. 46 and will appoint him his portion with 

1 Th. 5. 9 God hath not appointed us to wrath, but 

2 Ti. 1. 11 Whereunto I am appointed a preacher 
Heb. 1. 2 Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all 
1 Pe. 2. 8 whereunto also they were appointed 

APPOINT before, to — 

7*o arrange before hand, ■Kpordo-Q-ofj.ai protassomaL 
Acts 17. 26 determined the times before appointed 

APPOINT a time, to — 

7*o cause to meet, convene, ij£ yaad, 5. 

Jer. 49. 19 and who will appoint me the time? 
50. 44 and who will appoint me the time ? 
APPOINTED — 
l.Sons of death, nniDrj \i? bene themuthah. 

Psa. 79. 11 preserve thou those that are appointed 
2.7*o be at a set season, J£i zaman, 4. 

Ezra 10. 14 wives in our cities come at appointed 
Neh. 10. 34 at times appointed year by year, to burn 
13. 31 at times appointed, and f or the first-fruits 
3.7*0 gird on, "lart chagar. 

Judg 18. 11, 16 six hundred men appointed with 
18. 17 sLx hundred men. .appointed with 
^.Statute, ph choq. 

Job 23. 14 For he performeth. .appointed for me 
5. Statute, decreed thing, nj?n chug'/ <h. 

Jer. 5. 24 he reserveth unto us the appointed weeks 
G.Neio or full moon, Npa Icese. 

Prov. 7. 20 will come home at the day appointed 
7 Ajjpointed place or time, ~ijniD moed. 

Gen. 18. 14 At the time appointed I will return 
Exod23. 15 in the time appointed of the month Abib 
Num. 9. 2 keep the passover at his appointed season 
g. 3 ye shall keep it in his appointed season 
9. 7 iu his appointed season among the 
9. 13 in hisappointed season, that man.. bear 
Josh. 8. 14 all his people, at a time appointed 

1 Sa. 13. 11 earnest not within the days appointed 

20. 35 went . . into the field, at the . . appointed 

2 Sa. 24. 15 the morning even to the time appointed 
Job 30. 23 the house appointed for all living 

Isa. 1. 14 Your new moons and your appointed 
Jer. 46. 17 he hath passed the time appointed 
Dan. 8. 19 at the time appointed the end (shall be) 
ii. 27 the end. .at the time appointed 
11. 29 At the time appointed he shall return 

11. 35 because (it is) yet for a time appointed 
8. Appointed places, n'njriD moadoth. 

Josh 20. 9 These were the cities appointed for all 
9.7*0 be set up, :m natsab, 2. 

1 Sa. 19. 20 Samuel standing (as) appointed over them 
10.7*0 be marked out or off, fSD soman, 2. 

Isa. 28. 25 cast iu the. .appointed barley, .the rye 
[See also Destruction, season, time.] 

APPOINTED, to be — 

1.7*o number, nirp manah, 3. 

Job 7. 3 wearisome nights are appointed to me 

2. 7*o be numbered, nift manah, 4. 

1 Ch. 9. 29 of them also (were) appointed to oversee 

3.7*0 be ajipointed, np3 paqad, 2. 

Neh. 7. 1 singers and the Levites were appointed 

12. 44 were some appointed over the chamber's 
4.7*0 be laid, Ktl/xai kehnai. 

1 Th. 3. 3 yourselves know that we are appointed 

APPOINTED place — 

Appointed place, appointment, "ii?5» miphqad. 
Eze. 43. 21 the appointed place of' the house, without 

APPOINTED sign — 

Apjiointed sign, i^id moed. 

Judg 20. 38 there was an appointed sign between 

APPOINTED time — 

1. Appointed time, lyiD moed. 

Jer. 8. 7 the stork, .knoweth her appointed times 
Heb. 2. 3 the vision (is) yet for an appointed time 



APPOINTED 



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ARBA 



2,Warfare, xa>" tsabah. 

Job 7. i (Is there) not an appointed time to man 

14. 14 all the days of my appointed time will I 

Dan. 10. 1 true, but the time appointed (was) long 

APPOINTED unto him — 
Saying, "i^N emer. 

Job 20/29 heritage appointed unto him by God 

APPOINTMENT — 

X.Saying, ipK? memar. 

Ezra 6. 9 according to the appointment of the 

Z.Mouth, nspeh. 

Num. 4. 27 At the appointment of Aaron and his sons 
2 Sa. : 3. 32 by the appointment of Absalom this hath 

APPOINTMENT, to make an — 

To meet together by appointment, ")y; yaad, 2. 

Job 2. 11 they had made an appointment together 
APPREHEND, to — 
1.7*0 receive thoroughly \KaTa\a.p.$avwkatalamban6. 

Phil. 3. 12 I may apprehend. .1 am apprehended 

3. 13 I count not myself to have apprehended 

2. To press, seize, Trtafa piazo. 

Acts 12. 4 when he had apprehended him, he put 
2 Co. 11. 32 thegovernor. .desirous to apprehend me 

APPROACH — 

l.To draw near, 3">,E qareb. 

Deut 20. 3 ye approach this day unto battle against 
%Near, 3Y1J3 qarob. 

Eze. 42. 13 the priests that approach, .shall eat 

43. 19 approach unto me, to minister unto me, 

APPROACH, to — 

1.7*0 draw nigh, uo3 nagash. 

Num. 4. 19 when they approach unto the most holy 
Jer. 30. 21 engaged his heart to approach unto me ? 

2.7*0 be nigh, k^j nagash, 2. 

Deut 20. 2 the priests shall approach and speak 
Jer. 30. 21 he shall approach unto me : for who 
3. 7*0 draw near, 3"ip qareb. 

Lev. 18. 6 None of you shall approach to any 
18. 14 thou shalt not approach to his wife 
18. 19 thou shalt not approach unto a woman 

20. 16 if a woman approach unto any beast 

21. 17 let him not approach to offer the bread 
21. 18 that hath a blemish, .shall not approach 

Deut 31. 14 thy days approach that thou must die 
Josh. 8. 5 the people, .will approach unto the city 
2 Ki. 16. 12 the king approached to the altar, and 
Eze. 42. 14 shall approach to (those tilings) which 

4.7*0 draw nigh, iyyifa enggiz r >. 

Luke 12. 33 where no thief approacheth, neithermoth 
Heb. 10. 25 the more, as ye see the day approaching 

APPROACH nigh, to — 

7*0 be drawn nigh, vn nagash, 2. 

2Sa. 11. 20 Wherefore approached ye so nigh unto 

APPROACH, to cause to — 

To cause to draw near, :rij3 qareb, 3. 

Psa. 65. 4 thou choosest, and causest to approach 

APPROACH, to make to — 

7*0 cause to draw nigh, vx nagash, 5. 

Job 40. 19 can make his sword to approach (unto) 

APPROACH unto, which no man — 
Unapproached, airpdo'tTos ap)rositos. 

1 Ti. 6. 16 light which no man can approach unto 
APPROACHING — 
A draiving near, nrrip qerabah. 

Isa. 58. 2. they take delight in approaching to God 
APRON — 
l*Anything girded on, rnijn chagorah. 

Gen. 3. 7 sewed fig leaves . . and made . . aprons 
2. Handkerchief or apron, 0-tfj.tK.ivdiov simikinthion. 

Acts 19. 12 unto the sick handkerchiefs or aprons 
APPROVE, to — 
1 . To see, rup r raah. 

Lam. 3. 36 To subvert a man. .the LORD approveth 
2. 7*o be pleased, nf\ ratsah. 

Psa. 49. 13 yet their posterity approve their sayings 
3.7*0 show off , aTToSdKvvfxi apodeiknumi. 

Acts 2. 22 a man approved of God among you by 
4.7*0 test, make proof of, BoKt/xdCw dokimvzo. 

Rom. 2. 18 knowest (his) will, and approvest the 

1 Co. 16. 3 whomsoever ye shall approve by 
Phil. 1. 10 That ye may approve things that are 

5.7*0 place together, o-vvi<tto.o> sunistao. 

2 Co. 6. 4 in all (things) approving ourselves as the 

7. 11 ye have approved yourselves to be clear 
APPROVED — 
Tested, tried, S6ki/j.os dolcimos. 

Rom 14. 18 be that, .serveth Christ (is), .approved of 
16. 10 Salute Apelles approved in Christ 

1 Co. 11. 19 that they which are approved may be 

2 Co. 10. 18 not he that commendeth .is approved 

13. 7 not that we should appear approved, but 
2 Ti. 2. 15 Study to shew thyself approved unto God 



APT — 

7*o do, (lit. doers), n'y%- asah. 
2 Ki. 24. 16 all (that were) strong (and) apt for war 

APT to teach — 

Apt to teach, dt$aKTiic6$ didaktikos. 

1 Ti. 3. 2 A bishop then must be . . apt to teach 

2 Ti. 2. 24 but be gentle unto all. .apt to teach 

A-QTJT'-LA, 'hKvKas eagle. 

A Jew whom Paul found at Corinth on his arrival from 

Athens. 

Acts 18. 2 And found a certain Jew named A., born 

18. 18 sailed thence, .with him Priscilla and A. 

18. 26 whom when A. and Friscilla had heard 

Rom. 16. 3 Greet Priscilla and A. my helpers in Christ 

1 Co. 16. 19 A. and Priscilla salute you much in the 

2 Ti. 4. 19 Salute Prisca and A., and the household 

AR, i'J r city. 

The capital of Moab, on the left bank of the river Ar- 
non. It was in Jerome's time known as Areopolis and 
Rabbath Moab. The site is still called Rabba, between 
Kerek and the Wady Mojeb, about n miles from each. 
Num2i. 15 brook that goeth. .to the dwelling of A. 
21. 28 it hath consumed A. of Moab, (and) the 
Deut. 2. 9 because I have given A. unto the children 
2. 18 Thou art to pass over through A., the 
2. 29 As. the Moabites which dwell in A., did 
Isa. 15. 1 Because in the night A. of Moab is laid 

A'-RA, k"jx strong. 

Son of Jether, of the tribe of Asher, B.C. 1540. 

1 Ch. 7. 38 And the sons of Jether. .Pispah, and A. 

A'-RAB, m.x a court. 

A city in the hill country of Judah, near Hebron. 

Josh. 15. 48-52 And in the mountains.. A., and Duniah 

A-RA'-BAH, naTJ/n the2^ahi, wilderness. 
The valley on both sides of the Jordan from the Sea of 
Galilee to the southern extremity of the Salt Sea. This 
word is translated " plain" in many places, but seems 
to denote a particular place in Josh, xviii. The descrip- 
tion of an arabah is beautifully given in Jer. 51. 43. 
Josh. 18. 18 And passed along, .over against A. 
18. 18 northward, and went down unto A. 
A-RA-BI-A, 3"ij,;n, 3ii'., 3"T£ wilderness. 
Generally in the Scriptures this name is applied to 
Arabia Petrrea, or that portion of the great Arabian 
Peninsula which consists of that of Sinai, Idumea, and 
the region of Mount Seir, being bounded by Egypt and 
the upper part of the Red Sea, the Land of Canaan, and 
Northern Arabia. Its oldest inhabitants were called 
Horim or Horites, because of their living in "holes or 
caves ; " these were supplanted by the Edomites, and 
the Ishmaelites, and the Amalekites. The first men- 
tion of the name occurs in the reign of Solomon, B.C. 
1014-975, when he is represented as receiving gold from 
" all the kings of Arabia," but whether as tribute or as 
a present is not mentioned (1 Ki. 10. 15 ; 2 Ch. 9. 14) ; 
Jehoshaphat, B.C. 941, is also represented as receiving 
from the Arabians 1700 rams, and 7700 he-goats (2 Ch. 
17. 11); the Arabians, who are represented as "near 
the Ethiopians," came up against Judah in the days of 
Jehoram, B.C. 887, plundered his house, carried away 
his wives and his sons (whom they afterwards slew) 
except Jehoahaz (or Ahaziah, or Azariah), his youngest 
son (2 Ch. 21. 17 ; 22. 1) ; they are said to dwell in Gur- 
baal, a place unknown, and to have been defeated by 
Vzziah, B.C. 8io (2 Ch. 26. 7) ; Geshem the Arabian, 
joined, with Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the 
Ammonite, to mock and intimidate Nehemiah (Neh. 2. 
19; 4. 7; 6. 1); the woe denounced against Babylon 
was, that "neither shall the Arabian pitch tent there" 
(Isa. 13. 20); a woe was denounced against Arabia 
itself, against a forest there, and against the travelling 
companies of Dedanim, the land of Tema, and the glory 
of Kedar(Isa. 21. 13-17); lust for idolatry is represented 
as that of the Arabian in the wilderness watching for 
prey (Jer. "3. 2); their kings, distinct from those of De- 
dan, and Tema, and Buz, had to drink of the cup of the 
Lord from the hand of Jeremiah (Jer. 25^ 24). 

Arabia and the princes of Kedar traded with Tyre, 
B.C. 5S8 (Eze. 27. 21); some of its inhabitants were 
among the hearers of the Apostles on the day of Pente- 
cost (Acts 2. 11); and were perhaps converted, and with 
these Paul may have associated himself when he went 
to Arabia after his conversion (Gal. 1. 17; 4. 25). It is 
sometimes referred to as "Kedem," or "the East," as 
in Gen. 10. 30; 25. 6; 29. 1; Num. 23. 7, &c. This 
would seem to have been the name given to it by the 
inhabitants of Egypt and Canaan, as being to the East 
of these countries, as "Arab," or the "West," may 
have been given to it by the people of Babylonia. The 
principal tribes in Arabia Fetrrea, -with which the Bible 
principally deals, were the Amalekites, Edomites, Ge- 
shurites, Gezerites, Hagarites, Horites, Ishmaelites, 
Kadmonites, Kenites, Kenizzites, Kederenes, Midian- 
ites, Nabathwans, with the Moabites and Ammonites. 
The chief places mentioned are Almon-Diblathaim, 
Alush, Baal-Zephon, Bemoth, Beeroth, Bene-jaakan 
Beer-lahai-roi, Bozrah (in Edom), Buz, Diklah, Dinha- 
bah, Dizahab, Dophkah, Ebronah, Elath, Elim, En- 
eglaim, En-mishpat, Ezion-geber, Gebal, &c. 

1 Ki. 10. 15 Beside, .of all the kings of A., and of the 

2 Ch. 9. 14 And all the kings of A. and governors 
Isa. 21. 13 burden upon A. In the forest in A. 
Jer. 25. 24 And all the kings of A., and all the kings 
Eze. 27. 21 A., and all the princes of Kedar, they 



Gal. 1. 17 but I went into A., and returned again 
4. 25 For this Agar is mount Sinai in A., and 
A-RA-BI-ANS, C'N'nny. 
The Gentile appellation of the inhabitants of Arabia. 

2Ch,i7. 11 and the A. brought him flocks, seven 

21. 16 lonn stirred up. .the spirit of the. .A. 

22. 1 for the baud . . that came with the A. to 
26. 7 And God helped him. .against the A. 

Neh. 2. 19 But when . . Geshem the A. , heard (it), they 
4. 7 when Sanballat, and Tobiah, and the A. 
6. 1 Sanballat, and Tobiah, and Gesham the A. 
Isa. 13. 20 neither shall the A. pitch tent there 
Jer. 3. 2 In the ways hast thou sat. .as the A. in 
Acts 2. n Cretes and A., we do hear themspeak 
A'-RAD, T% fugitive. 

1. A king who attacked the Israelites near Mount Hor, 
and was defeated, B.C. 1452. 

Nuni 21. 1 And (when) king A. the Canaanite, which 
33. 40 And king A. the Canaanite, which dwelt 

2. A Benjamite, son of Beriah, one of the principal in- 
habitants of Aijalon, B.C. 1400. 

*i Ch. 8. 15 [sons of Elpaal]. .Zebadiah, and A., and 

3. A town or district in the S. of Judah, N. of the 
wilderness. 

Josh. 12. 14 [These (are) the kings], .the king of A. 

Judg 1. 16 wilderness of Judah. .in the south of A. 
A'-RAH, rriN wayfarer. 
1. An Asherite, and son of L'lla, B.C. 1500. 

1 Ch. 7. 39 And the sons of Ulla ; A. and Haniel, and 
"2. The father of a family that came up from exile, B.C. 
536. 

Ezr. 2. 5 The children of A. , seven hundred seventy 

Neh. 7. 10 The children of A., sL\ hundred fifty 
3. A Jew whose granddaughter became the wife of 
Tobiah the Ammonite, who attempted to hinder Nehe- 
miah in the rebuilding of Jerusalem, B.C. 536. 

Neh. 6. 18 son in law of Shechaniah the son of A. 
A'-RAM, d-in; high, exalted. 

1. A son of Shem, B.C. 2280. 

Gen. 10. 22 children of Shem ; Elam. .Lud, and A. 

10. 23 And the children of A. ; Uz, and Hul, and 
1 Ch. 1. 17 The sons of Shem; Elam. .Lud, and A. 

2. Son of Kemuel Abraham's nephew, B.C. 1838. 

Gen. 22. 21 Kemuel the father of A. 

3. This term is used to denote the whole country of 
Syria, but especially the hilly districts. In such cases 
it is generally translated Syria or Mesopotamia,. 

Nuni23. 7 Balak. .hath brought me from A. 

4. A district of the hill country N. of Canaan. 

1 Ch. 2. 23 And he took Geshur, and A., with the 

5. Son of Shanier, of the tribe of Asher. 

1 Ch. 7. 34 And the sons of Shamer ; Ahi . . and A. 

Matt. 1. 3 Phares begat Esrom ; and Esrom begat A 
1. 4 And A. begat Aminadab ; and Aminadab 

Luke 3. 33 Aminadab, which was (the son) of A. 
Aram is used in the Hebrew to denote the nation' of 
which Aram, son of Shem, was the founder, or that 
dwelt in the country called Aram. In such cases the 
English version has it always rendered Syrians. 

A-RA-MI-TESS, .TS-ixn tlie female Aramile. 
Manasseh's concubine/ 

1 Ch. 7. 14 his concubine the A. bare Machir the 
A-RAM NA-HA-RA'-IM, cnnj cnx Aram of two rivers. 
The country between the Tigris and the Euphrates, 
called in Greek Mesopotamia. 

Psa. 60. title, when he strove with A. Naharaim, and 
A-RAM ZO'-BAH, nate Dl>: Aram of Tsobah. 
The land between the Orontes and the Euphrates, N.E. 
of Damascus, and S. of Hamath. 

Psa. 60. title, when he strove with. .A. Zobah 
A'-RAN, pN .firmness. 
Son of Seir the Horite, B.C. 1700. 

Gen. 36. 2S children of Dishan (are) these; Uz, and A. 

1 Ch. 1. 42 The sons of Dishan ; Uz, and A. 

A-RA'-RAT, nyix creation, holy land. 

A district of Armenia, between the river Araxes and the 

lakes Par and Urumia. 

Gen. 8. 4 the ark rested . .upon the mountains of A. 

Jer. 51. 27 call.. against her the kingdoms of A. 
A-RATJ'-NAH, n$nx, rrrix Jah is firm. 
A Jebusite from whom David purchased the site of an 
altar to the Lord. (In 1 Ch. zr. 15, it is Oman.) B.C. 
1040. 

2 Sa. 24. 16 angel . .was by the threshing-place of A. 

24. 18 an altar, .in the threshing-floor of A. 
24. 20 And A. looked, and saw the king and his 
24. 20 and A. went out, and bowed himself 
24. 21 And A. said. Wherefore is my lord the 
24. 22 And A. said unto David, Let my lord the 
24. 23 All these (things) did A., as a king, give 
24. 23 And A. said unto the king, The Lord thy 
24. 24 And the king said unto A., Nay ; but I 

AR'-BA, i?3")N strength of Baal. 

Father of the Anakim (Hivites) and Nephilim (giants). 
The name Arba occurs in the Hebrew in connection 
with Kirjath "city" only, which is left untranslated 
in the English version, so that " Kirjath-arba " appears 
as the name of the city which is elsewhere called the 
" City of Arba." 



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Gen. 35. 27 And Jacob came, .unto the city of A. 

Josh 15. 13 unto Caleb.. he gave, .the city of A. the 
2i. 11 And they gave them the city of A. the 
AR-BA-THITE, To~iy belonging to Arabah. 
The patronymic of Abialbon and of Abiel. 

2Sa. 23. 31 [one of the thirty], .Abi-albon the A. 

iCh. 11. 32 Huraiof the brooks of Gaash, Abiel the A. 

AR-BITE, '3-m a native of Arab. 
Faarai was one of David's guard ; in the parallel list of 
Chronicles it is given as Ben-ezbai, by a change in let- 
ters not unfrequent. 

2 Sa. 23. 35 [One of the thirty] . . Paarai the A. 
ARCHANGEL — 
Chief messenger, apxdyye\os archanggelos. 

1 Th. 4. 16 with the voice of the archangel, and with 
Jude 9 Michael the archangel, when contending 

AR-CHE-LA'-US, 'Apx^Aoos people's chief. 

A son of Herod the Great, who succeeded his father as 

ruler of Idumea, Judea, and Samaria. 

Matt. 2. 22 But when he heard that A. did reign in 

ARCHER — 

1.7V tread a bow, n^ XV} darak qcsheth. 

1 Ch. 8. 40 the sons of Ulani were mighty, .archers 
Jer. 51. 3 let the archer bend his bow, and against 

2.To shout, shoot arrows, fan chatsats, 3. 

Judg. 5. 11 (are delivered) from the noise of archers 

3. To shoot, rrv yarah. 

1 Ch. 10. 3 the archers hit him, and he was wounded 

2 Ch. 35. 23 the archers shot at king Josiah; and 

4. Archer, an rah. 

Job 16. 13 His archers compass me round about, he 

5. Bow, n^(5 qcsheth. 

Isa. 21, 17 the residue of the number of archers 
*2. 3 they are bound by the archers : all that 

6. To shoot, cast with a bozo, n^|5 rrv yarah, 5. 

1 Sti. 31. 3 and he was sore wounded of the archer 

1 Ch. 10. 3 and he was wounded of the archers 

7. To become an archer, nf$ na/i rabah. 

Gen. 21. 20 and he grew .".and became an archer 

8. Owner of arrows, ]'n *?;?3 baal chets. 

Gen. 49. 23 The archers have sorely grieved him 

ARCHES — 

l.Arclies, porches, D'srs: elammim. 

Eze. 40. 21 the arches, .were after the measure of the 
40. 22 their arches, and their palm trees, 
40. 22, 26 the arches thereof (were) before them 
40. 24, 29, 33 arches thereof, .according to those 
40. 25, 29, 33 in the arches thereof round about 
40. 31 the arches thereof (were) toward the utter 
40. 34 the arches thereof (were) toward the 
40. 36 the arches thereof, and the windows to it 

2, Arches, porches, rrisSx elammoth. 

Eze. 40. 16 And. .narrow windows, .to the arches 
40. 30 the arches round about (were) five 

AR-CHE-VITES, M^fjtf. Meaning uncertain. 
The inhabitants of Orchaj in Chaldea removed to 
Samaria to colonise the land after the Israelites were 
carried away. 

Ezra 4. 9 Then. .Rehiun the chancellor and, .the A. 

AR'-CHI, TIKn the long. 

A city on the border of Ephraim, between Luz and 

Ataroth. 

Josh. 16. 2 passeth along unto the borders of A. to A. 

ARCH-IP'-PUS, "Apxurnos chief groom. 

One whom Paul exhorts to fidelity. 

Col. 4. 17 And say to A., Take heed to the ministry 
Phm. 2 to (our) beloved Apphia, and A. our 

AR-CHITE, *y](J0 the long.* 

The patronymic of Hushai, David's friend, B.C. 1050. 

2 Sa. 15. 32 Hushai the A. came to meet him with his 

16. 16 And it came to pass, when Hushai the A. 

17. 5 Call now Hushai the A. also, and let us 
17. 14 The counsel of Hushai the A. (is) better 

1 Ch. 27. 33 Hushai the A. (was) the king's companion 

ARC-TU'-RUS, aty, e>:y group, crowd. 

A constellation commonly called the Great Bear, of 

which the principal star is Dubbhe. 

Job 9. 9 Which maketh A., Orion, and Pleiades 
38. 52 canst thou guide A. with his sons? 

ARD, l"!^ sprout, descent. 

1. A son of Benjamin, B.C. 1700. 

Gen. 46. 21 sons of Benjamin (were) Belah and A. 

2. A son of Bela, son of Benjamin, B.C. 1660. 

Num 26. 40 the sons of Bela were A. and Naaman 

AR-DITES, «n*jrj (he Ard He, belonging to Ard. 
Patronymic of the grandsons of Bela. 

Num 26. 40 (of Ard), the family of the A. 
AR'-DON, \M-\H descendant. 
BOD <>f Caleb, son of Hezron, B.C. 1560. 

iCh. 2. 18 her sons (are) these ; Jesher..and A. 
ARE there — 
J. Are there ? there are or is, c'x ish. 

Mie. 6. 10 Are there yet the treasures of wickedness 



2. There is or ore, p; yesh. 

Jer. 14. 22 Are there (any) among the vanities of 
AR-E'-LI, 'SiON valiant, heroic. 
A son of Gad, B.C. 1700. 

Gen. 46. 16 And the sons of Gad; Zephion. .and A. 

Num so. 17 of A. the family of the Arelites 

AR-E-LITES, 7»n>S the patronymic of AreW s family . 
Num 26. 17 of Areli the family of the[A. 

A-RE-O-PA-GITE, 'Apt loiraytrvs of the Areopagus. 
Dionysius, a convert, is designated thus. 

Acts 17. 34 among the which (was) Dionysius the A. 

A-RE-O-PA'-GTJS, "Apeios Udyos Mar's Hill. 
This institution is attributed to Cecrops, the founder of 
Athens, B.C. 1556 ; Solon, B.C. 594, extended its jurisdic- 
tion. The guardianship of the laws and the power of 
enforcing them was intrusted by Solon to this court. 
Religion and the education of youth were placed under 
its control. Its constitution was preserved until 
Pericles, B.C. 461, caused himself to be elected without 
having previously received the appointment of archon. 
Paul was brought before this court a.d. 51 (Acts 
17. 19). 

Acts 17. 19 they took him, and brought him unto A. 

A-RE'-TAS, ' Ap4ras pleasing. 

An ethnarch in N. Arabia, whose deputy sought to 

apprehend Paul in Damascus. 

2 Corn. 32 In Damascus the governor under A. the 
AH'-GOB, a-nx strong. 

1. A district of the kingdom of Og in Bashan, after- 
wards called " Trachomatis,", .and now El-lejeh ; it had 
no less than sixty cities. 

Deut. 3. 4 all the region of A., the kingdom of Og 
3. 13 all the region of A., with all Bashan 
3. 14 all the country of A. unto the coasts of G. 

1 Ki. 4. 13 the region of A., which (is) in Bashan 

2. A man of rank under Pekah, son of Remaliah, B.C. 
761. 

2 Ki. 15. 25 palace of the king's house, with A. and 
ARGUE, to — 

To reason, na; yakach, 5. 

Job 6. 25 but what doth your arguing reprove? 
ARGUMENT — 
Reasoning, nnain tokachath. 

Job 23. 4 I would, .fill my mouth with arguments 

A-RI'-DAI, HHg. Meaning uncertain. 

A son of Haman, hanged along with his father. 

Esth. 9. 9 Parmashta and Arisai, and A., and V. 
A-RI'-DA'-THA, nnyi$. 

Son of Haman, one of the ten who were hanged along 
with their father, B.C. 510. 

Esth. 9. 8 Poratha, and Adalia, and A. 

A-RI'-EH, rrnNH lion of Jah. 
A companion of Argob, B.C. 761. 

2 Ki. 15. 25 Pekah. .conspired, .with Argob and A. 

A-RI'-EL, Snhn lion of God. 

1. A person whom Ezra sent along with others to Iddo 
at Casiphia, B.C. 457. 

Ezra S. 16 Then sent I for Eliezer, for A., for 

2. A symbolic name for Jerusalem. 

Isa. 29. 1 Woe to A., to A., the city (where) David 
29. 2 yet I will distress A., and there shall lie 
29. 2 and it shall be unto me as A. 
29., 7 the nations that fight against A. 

ARIGHT — 

1. Right, 1 3 ken. 

Jer. 8. 6 I hearkened, .they spake not aright 
2. Upright thing, d , ")V' , P me^harim. 

Prov.23. 31 when it is red. .it moveth itself alight 
ARIGHT, to set — 
To prepare, set aright, pa kun, 5. 

Psa. 78. 8 (that) set not their heart might 
ARIGHT, to use — 
To make good, use well, 29; yatab, 5. 

Prov. 15. 2 tongue of the wise useth knowledge aright 

A-RI-MA-THE'-A, 'ApifxaQala a height. 
Another name for Ramah, where Samuel dw r elt, 5 miles 
N". of Jerusalem, on the borders of Ephraim and Ben- 
jamin. The LXX. call it Armathaun, and Josephus 
Armatha. It is now called Jiamek. 

Matt.27. 57 there came a rich man of A., named 
Markis. 43 Joseph of A., an honourable counsellor 
Luke23- 51 (he was) of A., a city of the Jews : who 
John 19. 38 And after this Joseph of A., being a 

AR I'-OCH, Tp-in lion-like. 

1. A king of Ellasar in Assyria, B.C. 1926. 

Gen. 14. 1 it came to pass in the days of. .A. king of 
14. 9 With. .A. king of Ellasar; four kings with 

2. Captain of the guard of Nebuchadnezzar. 

Dan. ?. 14 Daniel answered with, .wisdom to A. 
2. 15 He anwered and said to A. the king's 
2. 15 Then A. made the thing known to Daniel 
2. 24 Therefore Daniel went in unto A., whom 
2. 25 Then A. brought iu Daniel before the king 



A-RI'-SAI, 'p'lx. Meaning uncertain. 
A son of Haman the Agagite, B.C. 510. 

Esth. 9. 9 Parmashta, and A., and Aridai, and 
ARISE, to — 
l.To rise, hirst forth, rr\\ zarach. 

Psa. 104. 22 The sun ariseth, they gather themselves 
112. 4 I'll to the upright there ariseth light 

Eccl. 1. 5 The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth 

1. 5 hasteth to his place where he arose 
Isa. 60. 2 the Lord shall arise upon thee, and his 
Jon. 4. 8 when the sun diil arise, that God 

Nah. 3. 17 when the sun ariseth they flee away 
Mai 4. 2 shall the Sun of righteousness arise 
2.To lift up oneself, n^j nasa. 

Psa. 89. 9 when the waves thereof arise 

3. To go up, nhy blah. 

Gen. rg. 15 A"nd when the morning arose, then the an. 
2 Sa. 11. 20 if so be that the king's wrath arise 

1 Ki. 18. 44 there ariseth a little cloud out of the sea 

2 Ch. 36. 16 the Lord arose against his people 

4. To stand up, ip£ amad. 

Esth. 4. 14 enlargement and deliverance arise to the 
5. To rise up, D*p qum. 

Gen. 13. 17 Arise, walk through the land in the length 
19. 15 Arise, take thy wife, and thy. .daughters 
19. 33 when she lay down, nor when she arose 
19. 35 the younger arose, and lay witli him 
21. 18 Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him 
?4. 10 he arose, and went to Mesopotamia 
24. 61 Rebekah arose, and her damsels, and 
27. 19 arise, I pray thee, sit. .eat of my venison 
27. 31 Xet my father arise, and eat of his son's 

27. 43 arise, iiee thou to Laban my brother 

28. 2 Arise, go to Padan-aram, to the house of 
31. 13 arise, get thee out from this land 

35. 1 Arise, go up to Beth-el, and dwell there 
35. 3 let us arise, and go up to Beth-el 

37. 7 my sheaf arose, and also stood upright 

38. 19 she arose, and went away, aod laid by 
41. 30 there shall arise, .seven years of famine 
43. 8 we will arise and go; that we may live 
43. 13 Take, .your brother, and arise, go again 

Exod. 1. 8 there arose up anew king over Egypt 
Deut. 9. 12 Arise, get thee down quickly from hence 
10. 11 Arise, take(thy) journey before the people 
13. 1 there arise among you a prophet 

17. 8 If there arise a matter too bard for thee 
34. 10 there arose not a prophet since in Israel 

Josh. 1. 2 arise, go over this Jordan, thou, and 
8. 1 take all the people of war. .and arise 
8. 3 Joshua arose, and all the people of war 
8. 19 the ambush arose quickly out of their 

18. 8 the men arose, and went away : and 
S4. 9 Then Balak arose, .and warred against 

Judg. 2. 10 there arose anothergeuerationafterthem 

3. 20 And he arose out of (his) seat 

4. 9 Deborah arose, and went out with Barak 

5. 7 until that I Deborah arose, that I arose 

5. 12 arise, Barak, aud lead thy captivity captive 
7. g Arise, get thee down unto the host ; for I 

7. 15 Arise; for the Lord hath delivered into 

8. 21 Gideon arose, andslew Zebaand ZalmunHa 
10. 1 there arose to defend Israel Tola the son 

10. 3 after him arose Jair, a Gileadite, and 
13. 11 Manoah arose, and went after his wife 
16. 3 Samson, .arose at midnight, and took the 

18. 9 Arise, that we may go up against them 

19. 3 her husband arose, and went after her 

20. 8 all the people arose as one man, saying 
20. 18 the children of Israel arose, and went up 

Ruth 1. 6 Then she arose with her daughters-in-law 

1 Sa. 3. 6 Samuel arose and went to Eli, and 

3. 8 he arose and went to Eli, and said 

9. 3 Kish said to Saul . . arise, go seek the asses 
9. 26 Saul arose, and they went out both of them 

13. 15 Samuel arose, and gat him up from Gilgal 

16. 12 Arise, anoint him : for this (is) he 

i 7 . 35 when he arose against me, I caught (him) 

17. 52 the men of Israel and of Judah arose, ami 

17. 48 the Philistines arose, and came and drew 

18. 27 David arose and went, he and his men 
20. 25 Jonathan arose, and Abner sat by Saul's 
20. 34 Jonathan arose from the table in fierce 
20. 41 David arose out of (a place) toward the 

20. 42 he arose.. and Jonathan went into the 

21. 10 David arose and fled that day for fear 
23. 4 Arise, go down to Keilali ; for I will 

23. 13 David and his men.. arose and departed 
23. 16 Saul's son arose, and went to David 

23. 24 they arose, and went to Ziph before Saul 

24. 4 David arose, and cut off the skirt of Sauls 

24. 8 David, .arose afterward, and went out of 

25. 1 David arose, and went down to. . Paran 
25. 41 she arose, and bowed herself on (her) face 

25. 42 Abigail, .arose and rode upon an ass 

26. 2 Saul arose, and went down to.. Ziph 

26. 5 David arose, and came to the place where 

27. 2 David arose, and he passed over with 

28. 23 he arose from the earth, and sat upon the 
31. 12 the valiant men arose, and went all night 

2 Sa. 2. 14 Let the young men now arise, and play 

2. 15 there arose and went over by number 
3 21 I will arise and go, and will gather all 

6. 2 David arose, and went with all the people 

11. 2 David arose from off his bed, and walked 

12. 17 And the elders of his house arose 

12. 20 David arose from the earth, and washed 
iq. 15 Aranon said unto her, Arise, be gone 



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z Sa. 13. 29 all the king's sons arose, and every man 

13. 31 the king arose, and tare his garments 

14. 23 Joab arose and went to Geshur, and 

14. 31 Joab arose, and came to Absalom 

15. 9 he arose, and went to Hebron 

15. 14 Arise, and let us flee ; for we shall 
17. 1 I will arise and pursue after David 
17. 21 Arise, and pass quickly over the water 
17. 22 David arose, and all the people that 
17. 23 he saddled (his) ass, and arose, and gat 
19. 7 arise, go forth, and speak comfortably 
19. 8 the king arose, and sat in the gate 

22. 39 they could not arise, .they are fallen 

23. 10 He arose, and smote the Philistines until 

1 Ki. 1. 50 arose, and went, and caught hold on the 

2. 40 Shimei arose, and saddled his ass, and 

3. 12 neither after thee shall any arise like 

3. 20 she arose at midnight, and took my son' 
8. 54 he arose from before the altar of the Lord 

11. 18 they arose out of Midian, and came to 
11. 40 Jeroboam arose, and fled into Egypt, unto 
14. 2 Arise, I pray thee, and disguise thyself 
14. 4 Jeroboam's wife, .arose, and went to 
14. 12 Arise thou, .get thee to thine own house 
14. 17 Jeroboam's wife arose, and departed, and 
17. 9 Arise, get thee to Zarephath, which 
17. 10 So he arose and went to Zarephath 
ig. 3 he arose and went for his life, and came 
19. 5 an angel . . said unto him, Arise . . eat 
19. 7 and said, Arise . . eat, because the journey 
19. 8 he arose, and did eat and drink, and went 

19. 21 he arose, and went after Elijah and 

21. 7 arise, (and) eat bread, and let thine heart 

21. 15 Arise, take possession of the" vineyard of 

21. 18 Arise, go down to meet Aliab king of 

2 KL 1. 3 Arise, go up to meet the messengers of 

1. 15 he arose, and went down with him unto 

4. 30 And he arose, and followed her 

7. 7 they arose and fled in the twilight, and 

7. 12 the king arose in the night, and said unto 

8. 1 Arise, and go thou and thine household 

8. 2 the woman arose, .and she went with 

9. 6 he arose, and went into the house; and he 

20. 12 And he arose and departed, and came to 

11. 1 she arose and destroyed all the seed royal 

12. 20 his servants arose, and made a conspiracy 
23. 25 neither after him arose there, .like him 

25. 26 all. .arose, and came to Egypt : for they 

1 Ch. 10. 12 They arose, all the valiant men, and took 

22. 16 Arise, .and be doing, and the Lord be 

22. 19 arise therefore, and build ye the sanctuary 

2 Ch. 6. 41 arise, Lord God, into thy resting place 

22. 10 she arose and destroyed all the seed 

29. 12 the Levites arose, Mahath, and Joel 

30. 14 they arose and took away the altars 

30. 27 the Levites arose and blessed the people 
Ezra 9. 5 I arose up from my heaviness ; and having 

10. 4 Arise ; for (this) matter (belongeth) unto 
10. 5 Then arose Ezra, and made the chief 
Neh. 2. 12 I arose in the night, I and some few men 

2. 20 we his servants will arise and build : but 

7. 7 the king arising from the banquet of 

8. 4 Esther arose, and stood before the king 

1. 20 Job arose, and rent his mantle, and 
7. 4 When shall I arise, and the night be 

9. 18 Yea . . I arose, and they spake against me 

5. 3 upon whom doth not his light arise ? 
9. 8 and the aged arose, .stood up 

3. 7 Arise, Lord ; save me, my God : for 

7. 6 Arise, O Lord, in thine anger, lift up 
9. 19 Arise, O Lord ; let not man prevail 

10. 12 Arise, Lord; O God, lift up thine hand 
12. 5 now will I arise, saith the Lord ; I will 
17. 13 Arise, O Lord, disappoint him, cast him 
44. 26 Arise, for our help, and redeem us for thy 
68. 1 Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered 
74. 22 Arise, O God, plead thine own cause 
76. 9 God arose to judgment, to save all the 
78. 6 should arise and declare . .to their 
82. 8 Arise, O God, judge the earth : for thou 
88. 10 shall the dead arise (and) praise thee? 
102. 13 Thou shalt arise, (and) have mercy upon 
109. 28 when they arise, let them be ashamed 
132. 8 Arise, O Lord, into thy rest; thou, and 
Prov. 6. 9 when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep ? 
Song 2. 13 Arise, my love, my fair one, and come 
Isa. 2. 19, 21 he ariseth to shake terribly the earth, 
zi. 5 arise, ye princes, .anoint the shield 

23. 12 daughter of Zidon : arise, pass over to 

26. 19 shall live, .(with) my dead body, .arise 

31. 2 he. .will arise against the house of the 
49. 7 Kings shall see and arise, princes also 
52. 2 arise . . sit down, O Jerusalem : loose 
60. 1 Arise, shine ; for thy light is come, and 

Jer. 1. 17 arise, and speak unto them all that I 

2. 27 but. .they will say, Arise, and save us 

2. 28 let them arise, if they can save thee in 

6. 4 arise, and let us go up at noon. Woe 
6. 5 Arise, and let us go by night, and let us 

8. 4 Shall they fall, and not arise? shall he 
4 Take the girdle . .and arise, go to Euphr. 
6 Arise, go to Euphrates, and take the 
2 Arise, and go down to the potter's house 
6 Arise ye, and let us go up to Zion unto 
2 Then arose Ishmael the son of Nethaniah 

46. 16 Arise, and let us go again to our own 
49. 28 Arise ye, go up to Kedar, and spoil the men 
49. 31 Arise, get you up unto the wealthy nation 
Lam. 2. 19 Arise, cry out in the night : in the 
Eze. 3. 22 Arise, go forth into the plain, and I will 

3. 23 I arose, and went forth into the plain 
Hos. 10. 14 shall a tumult arise among thy people 



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Amos 7. 2 by whom shall Jacob arise? for he (is) 
7. 5 by whom shall Jacob arise? for he (is) 
Obad. 1 Arise ye, and let us rise up against her 
Jon. 1. 2 Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city 

1. 6 sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, if so 
3. 2 Arise, go unto Nineveh, that great city 
3. 3 So Jonah arose, and went unto Nineveh 

3. 6 he arose from Ids throne, and he laid 
Mic. 2. 10 Arise ye, and depart, .this (is) not (your) 

4. 13 Arise and thresh, O daughter of Zion 

6. 1 Arise, contend thou before the mountains 
7.8O mine enemy : when I fall, I shall arise 
6. To rise up, Dip qum. 

Dan. 2. 39 after thee shall arise another kingdom 

6. 19 the king arose very early hi the morning 

7. 5 said thus unto it, Arise, devour much flesh 
7. 17 great beasts, .shall arise out of the earth 
7. 24 the ten horns . . (are) ten kings . . shall arise 

'/.To axoake, ]"*p quts, 5. 

Psa. 44. 23 Awake, .arise, cast (us) not off for ever 
S.To stir up, "iiy ur. 

Hab. 2. 1 9 Woe unto liini that saith to . . stone . . Arise 

9. To go or come up, avafSaivw anabaino. 

Luke 24. 38 said unto them . . why do thoughts arise 
.Rev. 9. 2 there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the 

10. To {make) rise up, hvareKKai anatello. 

2 Pe. 1. 19 and the day star arise in your hearts 

IX. To make to stand up, 6.vl<tt7)(xi anistemi. 
Matt. 9. 9 And he arose, and followed him 

26. 62 the high priest arose, and said unto him 
Mark 2. 14 And he arose and followed him 

5. 42 straightway the damsel arose, and walked 

7. 24 from thence he arose, and went into the 
9. 27 But Jesus, .lifted him up ; and he arose 

10. 1 he arose from thence, and cometh into 

14. 57 there arose certain, and bare false witness 
Luke 1. 39 Mary arose in those days, and went 

4. 38 he arose out of the synagogue, and 
4. 39 immediately she arose and ministered 

6. 8 And he arose and stood forth 

8. 55 her spirit came again, and she arose 

15. 18 I will arise and go to my father, and will 
15. 20 And he arose, and came to his father 

17. 19 he said unto him, Arise, go thy way : thy 

23. 1 the whole multitude of them arose, and 

24. 12 [Then arose Peter, and ran uuto the] 
Acts 5. 6 the young men arose.^vound him up, and 

6. 9 Ihen there arose certain of the synagogue 

7. 18 Till another king arose, which knew not J. 

8. 26 Arise, and go toward the south unto the 

8. 27 he arose and went : and, behold, a man of 

9. 6 the Lord (said) unto him, Arise, and go 
9. 11 the Lord (said) unto him, Arise, and go 
g. 18 he received sight forthwith, and arose 
9. 34 arise, and make thy bed. And he arose 
9. 39 Then Peter arose and went with them 
9. 40 put them all forth, .said, Tabitha, arise 

10, 20 Arise therefore, and get thee down, and 

11. 7 I heard a voice saying. .Arise, Peter; slay 
20. 30 Also of your own selves shall men arise 
22. 10 the Lord said unto me, Arise, and go into 

22. 16 And now why tarriest thou ? arise, and be 

23. 9 And there arose a great cry : and the 
Eph. 5. 14 Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from 
Heb. 7. 15 after the similitude of. .there ariseth 

12.ro cast, 0riAA« hallo. 

Acts 27. 14 there arose against it a tempestuous 

13. To come, become, yivo^ai ginomai. 

Matt. 8. 24 there arose a great tempest in the sea 

13. 21 when tribulation or persecution ariseth 
Mark 4. 17 when affliction or persecution ariseth for 

4. 37 there arose a great storm of wind, and 
Luke 6. 48 when the flood arose, the stream beat 

15. 14 there arose a mighty famine in that land 
John 3. 25 Then there arose a question between 
Acts 6. 1 there arose a murmuring of the Grecians 
11. ig the persecution that arose about Stephen 
ig. 23 the same time there arose no small stir 
23. 7 when he had so said, there arose a 
23. g there arose a gie.it cry: and the scribes 

23. 10 when there arose a great dissension, the 

14. To wake up thoroughly, Smyeipco diegeiro. 
Mark 4. 39 he arose, and rebuked the wind, and said 
John 6. 18 the sea arose by reason of a great wind 

15. To wake iqi, iyeipta egeiro. 

Matt. 2. 13 Arise and take the young child and his 
2. 14 When he arose, he took the young child 
2. 20 Arise, and take the young child and his 
2. 21 he arose, and took the young child and 
8. 15 he touched her hand, .and she arose, and 

8. 26 Then he arose, and rebuked the winds 

9. s forgiven thee; or to say, [Arise,] and walk? 
9. 6 [Arise, ] take up thybed, and go unto thine 
9. 7 he arose, and departed to his house 

9. 19 Jesus arose, and followed him, and 
9. 25 took her by the hand, and the maid arose 
17. 7 Jesus, .said, Arise, and be not afraid 

24. 24 there shall arise false Christs, and false 

25. 7 all those virgins arose, and trimmed their 

27. 52 bodies of the saints which slept arose 
Mark 2. 9 or to say, [Arise,] and take up thy bed, and 

2. 11 I say unto thee, [Arise,] and take up thy 
2. 12 immediately he arose, took up the bed 

5. 41 and said. .Damsel, I say unto thee, [arise] 
Luke 5. 24 I say unto thee, [Arise,] and take up thy 

7. 14 said, Young man, I say unto thee, Arise 



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Luke 8. 24 Then he [arose,] and rebuked the wind 

8. 54 the hand, and called, saying, Maid, [arise] 
John 7. 52 look : for out of Galilee ariseth no 

11. 29 As soon as she heard, .she arose quickly 
14. 31 even so I do. Arise, let us go hence 
Acts 9. 8 Saul arose from the earth ; and when his 

16. To come into, clo'cpxoftcLt eiserchomai. 

Luke 9. 46 there arose a reasoning among them 

ARISE early, to — 

To rise or go early, C2iy shakam, 5. 

Judg 6. 28 the men. .arose early in the morning 
19. 5 when they arose early in the morning 

19. 8 he arose early in the morning on the 

1 Sa. 5. 3 they of Ashdod arose early on the morrow 

5. 4 they arose early on the morrow morning 

9. 26 And they arose early ; and it came to 

2 Ki. 19. 35 when they arose early in the morning 
Isa. 37. 36 when they arose early in the morning 

ARISE up, to — 

l.To go up, rtiy alah. 

Judg 20. 40 the flame began to arise up out of the 

l.To rise up, dp qum. 

Exod. 1. 8 there arose up a new king over Egypt 
Ezra 9. 5 I arose up from my heaviness ; and 
Prov. 3 1. 28 Her children arise up, and call her 

3. To place up, avio-rrifxi anistemi. 

Acts 12. 7 he smote Peter on the side . . saying, Arise 
A-RIST'-AR-CHTJS, 'ApiaTapxos the best ruler. 
One who accompanied Paul on Ms third missionary 
journey through Asia Minor. 

Acts 19. 29 and having caught Gaius and A., men of 

20. 4 and of. . Thessalonians, A. and Secundus 
27. 2 A., a Macedonian of Thessalonica, being 

Col. 4. 10 A. my fellow prisoner saluteth you, and 
Phni. 24 Marcus, A., Demas, Lucas, my fellow 

A-RIST-0'-Brj-LIJS, , Apio-To' i 8oi'\os the best counsellor. 
A person in Rome, whose household Paul saluted. 
Some say that he was one of the seventy disciples, and 
preached in Britain. 

Rom 16. 10 Salute them which are of A. 's (household) 
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10 they shall make auark(of)shittim wood 

14 by the sides of the ark, that the ark 

15 staves shall be in the rings of the ark 

16 thou shalt put into the ark the testimony 

21 above upon the ark; and in the ark 

22 two cherubims. .upon the ark of the 

33 bring, .within the vail the ark of the 

34 put the mercy seat upon the ark of the 

6 by the ark of the testimony, before the 
26 thou shalt anoint, .the ark of the 

7 the ark of the testimony, and the mercy 
1? The ark, and the staves thereof, (with) 

1 Bezaleel made the ark (of) shittim wood 
5 into the rings by the sides of the ark, to 

35 The ark of the testimony, and the staves 
3 put therein the ark. .and cover the ark 
5 the incense before the ark of the testimony 

20 took and put the testimony into the ark 

20 the staves on the ark, and put. .the ark 

21 he brought the ark into the tabernacle 
21 covered the ark of the testimony ; as the 

2 the mercy seat, which (is) upon the ark 
31 their charge (shall be) the ark, and the 

5 cover the ark of testimony with it 
89 off the mercy seat . . upon the ark of 
33 the ark of the covenant, .went before them 
35 when the ark set forward. .Moses said 
44 nevertheless the ark of the covenant of 

1 come up. .and make thee an ark 

2 and thou shalt put them in the ark 

3 I made an ark (of) shittim wood, and 

5 put the tables in the ark which I had 

8 bear the ark of the covenant of the Lord 
g, 25 bare the ark of the covenant of the 

26 and put it in the side of the ark of the 

3 When ye see the ark. .go after it 

6 Take up the ark of the covenant, and pass 

6 they took up the ark of the covenant, and 

8 priests that bear the ark of the covenant 
11 the ark of the covenant of the Lord of 

13 the priests that bear the ark of the Lord 

14 the ark of the covenant before the people 

15 they that bare the ark were come unto 
15, 17 feet of the priests that bare the ark 

5 Pass over before the ark of the Lord 

7 the waters, .were cut off before the ark 

9 the feet of the priests which bare the ark 

10 the priests which bare the ark stood in 

11 the ark of the Lord passed over, and the 

16 Command the priests that bear the ark 
iS the priests that bare the ark of the 

4 priests shall bear before the ark seven 

6 Take up the ark of the covenant, and let 
7, 13 pass on before the ark of the Lord 

8 and the ark of the covenant, .followed 

9 and the rereward came after the ark 

11 the ark of the Lord compassed the city 

12 the priests took up the ark of the Lord 

13 bearing seven trumpets, .before the ark 
6 fell, .upon his face before the ark of the 

33 the Levites. .barethearkof the covenant 
33 stood on this side the ark and on that 

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. Sa. 3. 3 where tlie ark of God (was), ami Samuel 
4. 3 Let us fetch the ark of the covenant of 
4 bring from thence the ark of the covenant 

4 Phiuehas. .there with the ark 

5 the ark of the covenant, .came into the 

6 they understood that the ark. .was come 
11 And the ark of God was taken 
13 his heart trembled for the ark of God 

17 and the ark of God is taken 
1 3 when he made mention of the ark 
19 she heard the tidings that the ark. .was 

21 because the ark of God was taken 

22 glory is departed, .for the ark. .is taken 
1, 2 the Philistines took the ark of God 

3 upon his face to the earth before the ark 

4 upon his face to the ground before the ark 

7 The ark . . shall not abide with us : for 

8 What shall we do with the ark of the 
8 Let the ark. .be carried about unto Gath 

10 Therefore they sent the ark of God to 
10 as the ark of God came to Ekron, that 

10 They have brought, .the ark.. to us, to 

11 Send away the ark of the God of Israel 

1 the ark of the Lord was in the country 

2 "Whatshallwe do to the ark of the Lord? 

3 send away the ark. .send it not empty 

8 take the ark. .and lay it upon the cart 
11 Ami they laid the ark. .upon the cart 
13 lifted up their eyes and saw the ark 
15 the Levites took down the ark of the 
10 whereon they set down the ark of the 
19 because they had looked into the ark 
21 Philistines have brought again the ark 

1 And the men. .fetched up the ark of the 

1 Eleazar his son to keep the ark of the 

2 the ark abode at Kirjath-jearim 

18 Bring, .the ark of God. For the ark 

2 bring up from thence the ark of God 

3 they set the ark of God upon a new 

4 the ark. .and Ahio weut before the ark 

6 Uzzah put forth, .to the ark of God, and 

7 and there he died by the ark of God 

9 How shall the ark of the Lord come 

10 So David would not remove the ark of 

11 the ark of the Lord continued in the 

12 The Lord hath, .because of the ark of 

12 David went and brought up the ark of 

13 when they that bare the ark. .had gone 

15 all the house of Israel brought up the ark 

16 as the ark of the Lord came into the city 

17 they brought in the ark of the Lord 

2 the ark of God dwelleth within curtains 

11 The ark, and Israel, and Judah, abide in 

24 bearing the ark. .set down the ark 

25 Carry back the ark of God into the city 
zg Zadok. .carried the ark of God again to 

26 thou barest the ark of the Lord God 
15 stood before the ark of the covenant of 

19 to set there the ark of the covenant of 
1 that they might bring up the ark of the 

3 came, and the priests took up the ark 

4 they brought up the ark of the Lord 

5 congregation, .(were)with. .before the ark 

6 the priests brought in the ark of the 

7 the ark, ami the cherubims covered the a. 
9 nothing in the ark save the two tables of 

21 And I have set there a place for the ark 
31 David set over, .after that the ark had 
3 let us briug again the ark of our God to 

5 to bring the ark of God from Kirjath-jear 

6 to bring up thence the ark of God the 

7 they carried the ark of God in a new cart 
9 Uzza put forth his hand to hold the ark 

10 because lie put his hand to the ark : and 

12 How shall I bring the ark of God. .tome? 

13 David brought not the ark. .to himself 

14 the ark of God remained with the family 

1 aud prepared a place for the ark of God 

2 None ought to carry the ark. .but the 

2 hath the Lord chosen to carry the ark 

3 to bring up the ark of the Lord unto his 
12 that ye may bring up the ark of the Lord 

14 to bring up the ark of the Lord God of 

15 And the children, .bare the ark of God 

23 and Elkanah. .doorkeepers for the ark 

24 did blow with the trumpets before the ark 

24 aud .TehJah (were) doorkeepers for the ark 

25 David, .went to bring up Hie ark of the 

26 the Levites that bare the ark of the 

27 aud all the Levites that bare the ark. and 

28 Thus all Israel brought up the ark of the 

29 the ark of the covenant of the Lord came 
1 So they brought the ark of God, and set 

4 to minister before the ark of the Lord 

6 before the ark of the covenant of God 
37 he left there before the ark of the 
37 to minister before the ark continually 

1 but the ark of the covenant, .under 
19 to bring the ark of the covenant of the 

2 to build an house of rest for the ark 
. t8 and covered the ark of the covenant of 

i£h, 1. 4 IJut the ark of God had David brought 

2 to bring "Up the ark of the covenant of the 
4 came ; and the Levites took up the ark 
.s And they brought up the ark, and the 
i) were assembled unto him before the ark 

7 Ami the priests brought in the ark of the 

8 the ark, and the cherubjras covered the ark 
., Mir Btayes were seen [mm the ark before 

. 10 nothing in the ark save the two tables 
. 11 And in it have T put the ark. wherein 
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2CI1. 8. 11 whereunto the ark of the Lord hath come 

35. 3 Put the holy ark in the house which 
Psa.132. 8 Arise, .thou, and the ark of thy strength 
Jer. 3. 16 say no more, The ark of the covenant of 

2.A rk, ki&q>t6s kibutos. 

Matt 24. 38 the day that Noe entered into the ark 
Luke 17. 27 the day that Noe entered into the ark 
Heb. 9. 4 the ark of the covenant overlaid round 
11. 7 By faith Noah, .prepared an ark to the 
1 Pe. 3. 20 while the ark was a preparing, wherein 
Rev. 11. 19 there was seen in his temple the ark of 
Z.An ark, boat, vessel, ron tebah. 

Gen. 6. 14 Make thee an ark of gopher wood 
6. 14 rooms shalt thou make in the ark 
6. 15 length of the ark (shall be) three hundred 
6. 16 window shalt thou make to the ark 
6. 16 the door of the ark shalt thou set in the 
6. 18 thou shalt come into the ark, thou, and 

6. 19 every (sort) shalt thou bring into the ark 

7. 1 Come thou and all thy house into the ark 
7. 7 Noah went .into the ark, because of the 
7. 9 There went in two and two . . into the ark 
7. 13 wives of his sons, .into the ark 

715 they went in unto Noah into the ark, two 
7 17 the waters increased, and bare up the ark 
7. 18 the ark went upon the face of the waters 

7. 23 and they that (were) with him in the ark 

8. 1 all the cattle, .(was) with him in the ark 
8. 4 the ark rested iu the seventh month, on 
8. 6 Noah opened the window of the ark 

8. 9 she returned unto him into the ark, for 
8. 9 and pulled her in iinto him into the ark 
8. 10 he sent forth the dove out of the ark 
8. 13 Noah removed the covering of the ark 

8. 16 Go' forth of the ark, thou, and thy wife 
8. 19 every beast, .went forth out of the ark 

9. 10 from all that go out of the ark, to every 
9. 18 sons of Noah, that went forth of the ark 

Exod. 2. 3 she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and 
2. 5 when she saw the ark among the flags 
AR-KITE, *p*)y fugitive, belonging to Arka. 
The patronymic of a tribe descended from Canaan, son 
of Ham, residing in Area, about 12 miles N. of Tripoli 
in Syria. Its ruins are now called Tell Arka. 

Gen. 10. 17 [Canaan begat], .the Hivite, and the A. 

1 Ch. 1. 15 [Canaan begatj. .the Hivite, and the A. 

ARM — 

l.Arm, j/niN ezroa. 

Job 31. 22 let. .mine arm be broken from the bone 
Jer. 32. 21 with a stretched out arm, and with 

2.Arm, jrn dcra. 

Dan. 2. 32 his breast and his arms of silver, his 

3. Arm, jp| zeroa. 

Gen. 49. 24 the arms of his hands were made strong 
Exod. 6. 6 redeem you with a stretched out arm 

15. 16 by the greatness of thine arm they shall 
Deut. 4. 34 by a stretched out arm, and by great 

5. 15 God brought, .by a stretched out arm 
7. 19 hand, and the stretched out arm 
g. 29 broughtest. .by thy stretched out arm 
11. 2 hand, aud his stretched out arm 
26. 8 brought . . with an outstretched arm 
33. 20 teareth the arm with the crown of the 
33. 27 underneath (are) the everlasting arms 
Judgis. 14 the cords that (were) upon his arms 

16. 12 he brake them from off his arms 

1 Sa. 2. 31 1 will cut off thine arm, and the arm of 

2 Sa. 1. 10 the bracelet that (was) on his arm 

22. 35 a bow of steel is broken by mine arms 

1 Ki. 8. 42 shall hear, .of thy stretched out arm 

2 Ki. 9. 24 Jehu, .smote Jehoram betweeu his arms 

17. 36 with great power and a stretched out arm 
2 Ch. 6. 32 mighty hand, and thy stretched out arm 

32. 8 With him (is) an arm of flesh ; but with 
Job 22. 9 the arms of the fatherless, .been broken 

26. 2 (how) savest thou the arm (that hath) no 
35. 9 they cry out by reason of the arm of the 
38. 15 and tlie high arm shall lie broken 
40. 9 Hast thou an arm like God? or canst 
Psa. 10. 15 Break thou the arm of the wicked and 

18. 34 a bow of steel is broken by mine arms 
37. 17 the arms of the wicked shall be broken 
44. 3 neither did their own arm save them 
44. 3 but thy right hand, and thine arm 

77. 15 Thou hast with (thine) arm redeemed thy 
89. 10 thou hast scattered, .with thy sti'ong arm 
89. 13 Thou has a mighty arm : strong is thy 
89. 21 mine arm also shall strengthen him 
98. 1 his right hand, and his holy arm 
136. 12 strong hand, and with astretched out arm 
Prov.31. 17 girdethherloins.. strengthened herarms 
Song 8. 6 Set me. .as a seal upon thine arm 
Isa. g. 20 they shall eat. .the flesh of his own arm 
17. 5 and reapcth the ears with his arm 
30. 30 shall shew the lighting down of his arm 

33. 2 be thou their arm every morning 
40. 10 Behold, .his arm shall rule for him 

40. 11 he shall gather the lambs with his arm 
44. 12 workeih it with the strength of his arms 
48. 14 and his arm (shall be on) the Chaldeans 
51. 5 and mine arms shall judge the people 

51. 5 and on mine arm shall they trust 

5t. 9 awake, put on strength, O arm of the Lord 

52. 10 The Lord hath made bare his holy arm 

53. 1 to whom is the arm of the Lord revealed? 
59. 16 therefore his arm brought salvation unto 

62. 8 Tlie LORD hath sworn, .by the arm of his 

63. 5 therefore mine own arm brought salvation 



Isa. 63. 12 led. .by . .Moses with his glorious arm 
Jer. 17. 5 and maketh flesh his arm, and whose 
21. 5 I myself will fight, .with a strong arm 
27. 5 great power and by my outstretched arm 
32. 17 thy great power and stretched out arm 
48. 25 Moab is cut otf, and his arm is broken 
Eze. 4. 7 and thine arm . . uncovered, and thou shalt 
13. 20 and I will tear them from your arms 
20. 33 (As) I live, .with a stretched out arm 
20. 34 gather you. .with a stretched out arm 
30. 21 I have broken the arm of Pharaoh king 
30. 22 against Pharaoh . . and will break his arms 
30. 24, 25 I will strengthen the arms of the king 
30. 24 I will break Pharaoh's arms, and he 

30. 25 tlie arms of Pharaoh sTiall fall down 

31. 17 (they that were) his arm, (that) dwelt 
Dan. 10. 6 his arms and his feet like, .polished brass 

11. 6 the power of the arm. .nor his arm 
11. 15 the arms of the south shall not withstand 
11. 22 with the arms of a flood shall they be 
11. 31 And arms shall stand on his part 

Hos. 7. 15 Though I have, .strengthened their arms 
11. 3 taking them by their arms ; but they 

Zech.n. 17 the sword (shall be) upon his arm, and 
11. 17 his arm shall be clean dried up, and his 

■i.Bosom, lap, jxb clwtsen. 

Isa. 49. 22 shall bring thy sons in (their) arms 

5. Shoulder, t]D$ katheph. 

Job. 31. 22 let. .mine arm fall from my shoulder 

Q.Arm, fipaxlvv brachiOn. 

Luke 1. 51 He hath shewed strength with his arm 
John 12. 38 to whom hath the arm of the Lord been 
Acts 13. 17 with an high arm brought he them out 

ARM, to — 

1. To clothe, vih labesh. 

1 Sa. 17. 38 Saul armed David, .also he armed him 
2. To draio out, pn ruq, 5. 

Gen. 14. 14 he armed his trained, .born in his 
ARM self, to — 
1.7V be drawn out or off, pr; chalats, 2. 

Num 31. 3 Arm some of yourselves unto the war 

2. To arm self, dirxi^o^iat hoplizamai. 

1 Pe. 4. 1 arm yourselves likewise with tlie same 
ARMED — 
l.To arm, y\^ chalats. 

Nuni3i. 5 twelve thousand armed for war 

32. 21 will go all of you armed over Jordan 

32. 27 will pass over, every man armed for war 

33. 29 every man armed to battle, before the 
32. 30 will not pass over with you armed 

32. 32 We will pass over armed before the Lord 
Deut. 3. 18 ye shall pass over armed before your 
Josh. 6. 7 let him that is armed pass on before the 
2.Bu fifties, armed, tr^on chamushim. 
Josh. 1. 14 pass before your brethren armed 

4. 12 Mauasseh, passed over armed before the 

3. To clothe oneself e ; ?^ labesh. 

1. Sa. 17. 5 he (was) armed with a coat of mail 
^.Shield, |JO magen. 

Prov. 6. 11 and thy want as an armed man 
24. 34 and thy want as an armed man 
5. To clasj), arm oneself pvi nashaq. 

1 Ch. 12. 2 (They were)armed with bows, and could 
Psa. ;78. 9 The children of Ephraim, (being) armed 

ARMED, to be — 

7*0 arm one's self Ka8oir\iCo/j.aL Mthoplizpmai. 
Luke 11. 21 a strong man armed keepeth his palace 

ARMED, to go — 

To be armeilj drawn out, yhy chalats, 2. 

Num 32. 17 But we ourselves will go ready armed 
32. 20 if ye will go armed before the Lord to 

ARMED man — 

1. Armed, drawn out, f?r; chalats. 

Josh. 6. 9 the armed men went before the priests 
6. 13 and the armed men went before them 

2'_Ch. 28. 14 So the armed men left the captives and 

2.Arm-cd, fifties, even chamushim. 

Judg. 7. 11 Then went he. .outside of the amiednicn 
3.7V kiss, clasp, arm oneself ppi ?iashaq. 

2 Ch. 17. 17 and with him armed men with bow and 
i. Armour, pvi nesheq. 

Job 39. 21 he goetli on to meet the armed men 
ARMED, ready — 
To be drawn out, armed |'?n chalats. 

1 Ch. 12. 23 the numbers, .ready armed to the war 
12. 24 of Judah. .ready armed to the war 

ARMED soldier — 

To arm, draw out, pn chalats. 

Isa. 15. 4 the armed soldiers of Moab shall cry out 

AR-MA-GED'-DON, ■ Kpfia.yeh'hwv hill of Meg id do. 
A symbolic name (derived from 2 Ch. 35. 22) for the 
scene of some great spiritual contest. 

Rev. 16. 16 place called in the Hebrew tongue A. 

AR-ME'-NI-A, the Oreckform of Ararat. 

Armenia, according to tradition, was settled by Haik, 

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it is noticed in Scripture under the names Togarmah 
and Ararat. The country, afterwards divided into 
Lesser and Greater Armenia, was frequently invaded 
by the Assyrians, the Babylonians, the Medes and Per- 
sians, and for many years remained in subjection to one 
or other of these empires. The accounts given by 
Greek and Roman writers are at variance with those of 
the Armenian historians. M. St Martin has investi- 
gated the subject with diligence, and upon his work the 
following chronological table is based : — 

In B.C. 2107, Haik, fleeing from Belus king of Assyria, 
settles in Armenia, and becomes its first ruler: 1827, 
accession of Aram, who carries his arms into Asia 
Minor and founds Mazaca, i.e. Cssareia of Cappadocia ; 
1725, Armenia becomes subject to Assyria; 743, Baro'ir 
renders it independent ; 565, accession of Tigranes, who 
restores it to its ancient position ; 323, on the death of 
Alexander it falls under the sway of Greek governors ; 
317, under Ardoates it throws off the Grecian yoke ; 
149, Valarsaces, or Wagharshag I., founds the dynasty 
of the Arsacida; ; 34, Antony leads its sovereign cap- 
tive to Alexandria ; 30, on the death of Antony, Artaxes 
expels the Romans, and is crowned king. In a^d. t6, 
Vonones, king of the Parthians, seeks shelter in Ar- 
menia, and is made king ; 18, Germauicus makes Zeuo 
Icing under the name of Artaxias ; 62, Tiridates king, by 
order of Nero ; 115, invaded and conquered by Trajan ; 
232, subjected by Ardashir, king of Persia; 276, Tiri- 
dates is converted to Christianity by Gregory ; 387, Ar- 
menia divided between the Romans and the Persians: 
428, end of the kingdom of the Arsacidrc. 

2 Ki. 19. 37 and they escaped into the land of A. 

Isa. 37. 38 and they escaped into the land 0! A. 
ARM HOLE — 
-1 mi-hole, X 'TIS atstsil yad. 

Jer. 38. 12 Put now (these), .under thine armholes 

Eze. 13. 18 Woe to. .that sew pillows to all armholes 

ARMIES — 

Bare, open spaces, ru"UH? maaroth. 

1 Sa. 1 7. 23 came up . . out of the armies of the 
AR-MO'-NI, ^b-)N of the palace. 
A son of Saul, by Rizpah, B.C. 1050 

2Sa. 21. 8 But the king took.. A. and Mephibosheth 

ARMOUR — 

1. Pieces of armoury pointed weapons, ni:t zonoth. 

1 Ki. 22. 38 and they washed his armour 
2.A thing to gird on, n"vun chagorah. 

2 Ki. 3. 21 all that were able to put on armour 
Z.A thing to draw on, -T^n chalitsah. 

2Sa. 2. 21 young men, and take thee his armour 
4. Instrument, vessel, ~h? keli. 

1 Sa. 14. 1 unto the young man that bare his armour 
14. 6 to the young man that bare his armour 
17. 54 but he put his armour in his teut 
31. 9 they, .stripped off his armour 
31. 10 they put his armour in the house of Asht. 

2Sa. 18. 15 ten young men that bare Joab's armour 

zKi. 20. 13 and (all) the house of his armour 

1 Ch. 10. 9 they took his head, and his armour, and 
10. 10 they put his armour in the house of their 

Isa. 39. ? and all the house of his armour 
5. Long robe, i? mad. 

1 Sa. 17. 38 Saul armed David with his armour 

17. 39 David girded his sword upon his armour 

6. Armour, thing joined together, p&i nesheq. 

1 Ki. 10. 25 brought every man his present, .armour 

2 Ki. 10. 2 with you . . a fenced city also, and armour 
Isa. 22. 8 thou didst look, .to the armour of the 

7. Arms, armour, oVAa hopla. 

Rom 13. 12 let us put on the [armour] of light 
2 Co. 6. 7 by the armour of righteousness on the 

ARMOUR, (all) — 

Whole armour, iravo-KKia panoplia. 

Luken. 22 he taketh from him all his armour wherein 
ARMOUR (whole) — 
Whole armour, iravoTrhla imnoplia. 

Eph. 6. 11 Put on the whole armour of God, that 
6. 13 take unto you the whole armour of God 

ARMOURBEARER — 

Bearer of weapon, 73 n'v'i nose keli. 

Judg. g. 54 called, .the young man his armourbearer 
iSa. 14. 7 his armourbearer said unto him, Do all 
14. 12 answered Jonathan andhis armourbearer 
14. 12 Jonathan said unto his armour-bearer 
14. 13 climbed up. .and his armourbearer 
14. 13 and his armourbearer slew after him 
14. 14 which Jonathan and his armourbearer 
14. 17 Jonathan and his armourbearer (were) 
16. 21 and he became his armourbearer 
31. 4 Theu said Saul unto his armourbearer 
31. 4 his armourbearer would not ; for he was 
31. 5 when his armourbearer saw that Saul 
31. 6 So Saul died, .and his armourbearer 
2 Sa. 23. 37 Zelek . . armourbearer to Joab the son of 
1 Ch. 10. 4 Then said Saul to his armourbearer 

10. 4 his armourbearer would not; for he was 

10. 5 his armourbearer saw that Saul was dead 

11. 39 Zelek. .the armourbearer of Joab 

ARMOURY — 

1. Treasury, i> -; in otsar. 

Jer. 50. 25 The Lord hath opened his armoury 

2. Thing joined on or together, pyi nesheq. 

Neh. 3. 19 over against the going up to the armoury 



3. Armoury, heap of swords, nvs T ;n talpiyyoth. 
Song 4. 4 Thy neck (is) like . .for an armoury 

ARMS — 

Arms (as bent or crooked), ayxaXat. angkalai. 
Luke 2. 28 Then took he him up in his arms 

ARMS, to take (up) in — 

To make the arms inclose one, ivayKa\i(ofj.ai. 
Mark 9. 36 and when he had taken him in his arms 

10. 16 took them up in his arms, put (his) hands 

ARMY — 

1. Troop, ~in3 gedud. 

2 Ch. 25. 9 I have given to the army of Israel ? 
25. 10 the army that was come to him out of 
25. 13 the soldiers of the army which Amaziah 
Job 25. 3 Is there any number of his armies 
29. 25 and dwelt as a king in the army 

%Strength, might, force, h'n chayil. 

Exodi4. 9 Pharaoh, and his horsemen, and his army 
Deut 11. 4 what he did unto the army of Egypt 

1 Ki. 20. 19 and the army which followed them 

20. 25 number thee an army, like the army that 

2 Ki. 25. 5 the army of the Chaldees pursued after 

25. 5 all his army were scattered from him 
25. 10 all the army of the Chaldees, that 
25. 23 when all the captains of the armies 

25. 26 all the people . . the captains of the armies 
iCh. 11. 26 the valiant men of the armies.. Asahel 

2 Ch. 13. 3 Abijah . . with an army of valiant men of 
14. 8 Asa had an army, .that bare targets and 

16. 4 Ben-haded, .sent the captains of. .armies 
24. 24 the army of the Syrians came with a 

26. 13 under their hand (was) an army, three 
Neh. 2. 9 king had sent captains of the army 

4. 2 he spake before, .the army of Samaria 

Isa. 43. 17 Which bringeth forth, .the army and the 

Jer. 32. 2 the king of Babylon's army besieged Jer. 

34. 1 when Nebuchadnezzar, .and all his arm} 

34. 7 king of Babylon's army fought against J. 

34. 21 the hand of the king of Babylon's army 

35. 11 for fear of the army of the Chaldeans 
35. 11 for fear of the army of the Syrians 

37. 5 Pharaoh's army was come forth but of E. 
37. 7 Pharaoh's army, .shall return to Egypt 
37. 10 though ye had smitten the . .army of the 

37. 11 army, .for fear of Pharaoh's army 

38. 3 the hand of the king of Babylon's army 

39. 1 came Nebuchadrezzar, .and all his army 
39. 5 the Chaldeans' army pursued after them 
46. 2 against the army of Pharaoh-necho king 
46. 22 for they shall march with an army 

52. 4 Nebuchadrezzar, .he and all his army 
52. 8 the army of the Chaldeans pursued after 
52. 8 all his army was scattered from him 
52. 14 all the army of the Chaldeans 
Eze. 17. 17 shall Pharaoh with (his) mighty army 

27. 10 They of Persia, .were in thine army, thy 

27. 11 The men of Arvad with thine army 
29. 18 Nebuchadrezzar.. caused his army to 
29. 18 yet had he no wages, nor his army, for 
29. 19 and it shall be the wages for his army 
32. 31 and all his army slain by the sword 

37. 10 they lived, .an exceeding great army 

38. 4 I will bring thee, .and all thine army 
38. 15 a great company, and a mighty army 

Dan. 11. 7 which shall come with an army, and shall 

11. 13 shall certainly come. .with a great army 
ir. 25 stir up his power, .with a great army 
11. 25 with a very great and mighty army 

11. 26 destroy him, and his army shall overflow 
Joel 2. 11 shall utter his voice before his army 

2. 25 my great army which I sent among you 

3. Might, strength, force, b)n chayil. 

Dan. 3. 20 mighty men that (were) in his army 

4. 35 doeth according to his will in the army 

i.Might, strength, force, -z'D ^hel. 

Isa. 36. 2 uuto king Hezekiah with a great army 

5. Camp, ™no machaneh. 

iSa. 17. 1 Philistinesgatheredtogethertheirarmies 

28. 1 Philistines gathered their armies together 

29. 1 the Philistines gathered . .all their armies 
Song 6. 13 As it were the company of two armies 

G. Arrangement, nrj£Q maarakah. 

1 Sa. 4. 2 they slew of the army in the field 
4. 12 a man of Benjamin out of the army 
4. 16 came out of the army, .out of the army 

17. 8 he. .cried unto all the armies of Israel 
17. 10 I defy the armies of Israel this day ; give 
17. 21 put the battle in array, army against army 
17. 22 David left, .and ran into the army, and 
17. 23 came up the champion . .out of the armies 
17. 26 should defy the armies of the living God? 
17. 36 hath defied the armies of the living God 
17. 45 God of the armies of Israel, whom thou 
17. 48 David hasted, and ran toward the army 
23. 3 if we come to Keilah against the armies 

7. Thing set iij), ^V'? mitstsabah. 

Zech. 9. 8 I will'encamp about . . because of the army 
S.IIost (as joined together), N3>* tsaba. 

Gen. 26. 26 Phichol the chief captain of his army 
Exod. 6. 26 Bring out. .according to their armies 
7. 4 that I may. .bring forth mine armies 
12. 17 have I brought your armies out of the 

12. 51 the Lord did bring, .by their armies 
Num. 1. 3 Aaron shall number them by their armies 



Num. 2. 3 shall, .pitch throughout their armies 
2. 9 of Judah . . throughout their armies 
2. 10 the standard . .according to their armies 
2. 16 of Reuben, .throughout their armies 
2. 18 the standard, .according to their armies 
2. 24 of Ephraim. .throughout their armies 
2. 25 The standard, .by their armies 
10. 14, 22 standard, .according to their armies 

10. 28 journeyingsof. .according to their armies 
33. 1 which went forth out. .with their armies 

Deut 20. 9 they shall make captains of the armies 
Judg. 4. 7 I will draw, .the captain of Jabin's army 

8. 6 we should give bread unto thine army? 

9. 29 Increase thine army, and come out 

1 Ch. 20. 1 Joab led forth the power of the army, and 

27. 34 the general of the king's army (was) Joab 

2 Ch. 25. 7 O king, let not the army of Israel go with 

26. 13 under their hand (was) an army, three 
Psa. 44. 9 But thou . . goest not forth with our armies 

60. 10 didst not go out with our armies? 

68. 12 Kings of armies did flee apace : and she 
Isa. 34. 2 and. .fury upon all their armies : he hath 
d.An encavipment, itap€}x&o\T} parembole. 

Heb. n.34 turned to flight the armies of the aliens 
10. Armament, o"TpaTeu^a strateuma. 

Matt 22. 7 he sent forth his armies, and destroyed 
Acts 23. 27 then came I with an army, and rescued 
Rev. 9. 16 the number of the army of the horsemen 

19. 14 thearmies..inheavenfollowedhimupon 

19. 19 and their armies, .acainst his army 
11. J. camp, army, o-rparSTredou stratojicdon. 
Luke2i. 20 ye shall see. .compassed with armies 

AR'-NAN, }f\)< strong. 

Patronymic of a family descended from David, B.C. 500. 
1 Ch. 3. 21 the sons of Rephaiah, the sons of A., the 

AR'-NON, jiJiN rushing stream. 

A river and valley forming the S. boundarj' of Canaan 

towards Moab. Rising in the mountains of Arabia, it 

flows into the Salt Sea, opposite Ain-gidy. Now Mojeb. 

Nuni2i. 13 pitched on the other side of A., which 

21. 13 for A. (is) the border of Moab, between 

21. 14 and in the brook of A. 

21. 24 possessed his land from A. unto Jabbok 

21. 26 taken all his land, .even unto A. 

21. 28 the lords of the high places of A. 

22. 36 Moab, which (is) in the border of A. 
Deut. 2. 24 your journey, and pass over the river A. 

2. 36 Aroer. .(is) by the brink of the river of A. 

3. 8 from the river of A. unto mount Hermon 
3. 12 from A., which (is) by the river A., and 

3. 16 from Gilead even unto the river A. half 

4. 48 Aroer, which (is) by the bank of. .river A. 
Josh. 12. 1 from the river A. unto mount Hermon 

12. 2 Aroer. .upon the bank of the river A. 

13. 9, 16 Aroer.. upon the bank of the river A. 
Judg 11. 13 they came up out of Egypt, from A. even 

11. 18 and pitched on the other side of A., but 

11. 18 for A. (was) the border of Moab ' 

11. 22 from A. even unto Jabbok and from the 
11. 26 cities that (be) along by the coasts of A. 

1 Ki. 10. 33 from Aroer, which (is) by the river A. 
Isa. 16. 2 Moab shall be at the fords of A. 

Jer. 4S. 20 tell ye it in A., that Moab is spoiled 

A'-ROD, ton descent, p>°sterity. 

One of Gad's'sons, whence came the Arodi, B.C. 1700. 

Num 26. 17 Of A., the family of the Arodites 
A-RO'-DI, ""nix my posterity. 
The Arodites, descendants of Arod. 

Gen. 46. 16 sons of Gad ; Ziphion. .and A., and 

A-RO-dites, niisrr. 

The same as the preceding Arodi. 

Num. 26. 17 Of Arod, the family of the A. 

A-RO'-ER, "UPS., "W" 1 ^ enclosed. 

1. A city near Kabbath'Ammon, in the valley of Jabbok, 
now called Arieh. 

Nuni32. 34 the children of Gad built Dibon..and A 
Josh 13. 25 land of the children of Amnion, unto A. 

2 Sa. 24. 5 passed over Jordan, and pitched in A. 
Isa. 17. 2 The cities of A. (are) forsaken : they shall 

2. A city of the Amorites, on the bank of the Arnon, and 
now called Arair. 

Deut. 2. 36 From A., which (is) by the brink of the 

3. 12 from A., which (is) by the river Anion 

4. 48 From A., which is by the bank of the 
Josh 12. 2 Sihon . .in Heshbon, (and) ruled from A. 

13. 9 From A., that (is) upon the bank of the 
13. 16 And their coast was from A., that (is) on 

Jud^n. 26 While Israel dwelt in. .A. and her towns 
11. 33 And he smote them from A., even till 

2 Ki. 10. 33 from A., which (is) by the river Arnon 

1 Ch 5 8 Shema, the son of Joel, who dwelt in A. 

Jer. 48. 19 O inhabitant of A., stand by the way 

3. A city in the S. of Judah. Now called Ararah. 

x Sa. 30. 28 And to (them) which (were) in A., and 

A-RO-E-RITE, njpa of Aroer. 
The patronymic of one Hothan. 

1 Ch. 11. 44 and Jehiel the sons of Hothan the A, 

AR'-PAD, AR'-PHAD, "!3*bS* a couch, resting place. 
A fortified city near Hamath, perhaps the same as 
Arvad, now called Ruad. 

2K1. iS. 34Wherc(arc)thegodsofBamath,andof A.? 



AEPHAXAD 



52 



AS 



2 Ki. in. 13 the king of Hamath, and the king of A. 
Isa. 10. 9 (is) not Hamath as A His) no' Samaria as 

36. 1? Where (are) the gods of Hamath and A..? 

37. 13 the king of Hamath, and the king of A. 
Jer. 49. 23 Hamath is confounded, and Arpad : for 

AR-PHAX'-AD, -RjbSiN. Meaning uncertain. 
A son of Shem, and' a tribe E. of the Tigris near Elam 
and Asshur, in the N. of Assyria, with Media ou the Ji. 
and Armenia on the N. B.C. 2348-1904. 

Gen. 10. 22 The children of Shem ; Elam .and A 

10. 24 And A. begat Salah ; and Salah begat 

11. 10 an hundred years old, and begat A 

11 11 And Shem lived after he begat A. five 
11 12 And A. lived five and thirty years, and 
11 .3 And A. lived after he begat Salah four 

1 Ch 117 sons of Shem ; Elam, and Ashur, and A. 

1. 18 And A. hegat Shelah, and Shelah begat 
1. 24 Shem, A., Shelah 
Luke 3. 36 Cainan, which was (the son) of A. 

ARRAY — 

Clothing, i.u.aTKruo's himatismos. 

iTi. 2. 9 not with broidered hair.. or costly array 

ARRAY, to — 

To clothe, v^h labesh, 5. 

Gen. 41. 42 arrayed him in vestures of fine linen 

2 Ch. 28. 15 all that were naked, .and arrayed them 
Esth. 6. 9 that they may array the man., whom the 

6. 11 Then took Hainan., and arrayed Mordecai 

ARRAY, in — 

To set, place, n'V shith. 

Isa. 22. 7 horsemen shall set themselves in array 

ARRAY, put in — 
To array, IfiSl arak. 

Jer. 50. 42 (every one) put in array, like a man 

ARRAY, to put in — 
To array, TIV. arak. 

2 Sa. 10. 9 and put. .in array against the Syrian 
10. 8 and put the battle in array at the 
10. 10 that he might put (them) in array against 
1 Ch. 19. 9 put the battle in array before the gate of 
19. 10 and put. .in array against the Syrians 

19. 17 when David had put the battle in array 

ARRAY, to put selves in — 
To array, TJl^ arak. 

Judg 20. 20 Israel put themselves in array to fight 

20. 22 where they put themselves in array 

20. 30 put themselves in array against Gibeah 
20. 33 put themselves in array at Baal-tamar 
1 Sa. 4. 2 Philistines put themselves in array 
Jer. 50. 14 Put yourselves in array against Babylon 

ARRAY, to put the battle in — 
To array, Till arak. 

1 Sa. 17. 21 For Israel, .had put the battle in array 

ARRAY self, to — 
l.To clothe, t*37 labesh. 

Job 40. 10 array thyself with glory and beauty 
2. To cover, wrap up, veil, naj) atah. 

Jer. 43. 12 he shall array himself with the land of 

ARRAY, set in — 

To array, TS. arak. 

Jer. 6. 23 they ride upon horses, set in array 
Joel 2. 5 as a strong people set in battle array 

ARRAY, to set in — 

To array, T1V, arak. 

Judg 20. 22 set their battle again in array in the 
1 Sa. 17. 2 set the battle in array against the 
17. 8 come out to set. .battle in array? 

1 Ch. 19. 11 they set. .in array against the children 

10. 17 and set. .in array against them 

2 Ch. 13. 3 Abijah set the battle in array with an 

14. 10 tliey set the battle in array in the valley 

ARRAY, to set selves in — 

To array, fl» arak. 

2 sa. 10. 17 the Syrians set themselves in array 

Job 6. 4 terrors of God do set themselves in array 

Jer. 50. 9 they shall set themselves in array against 

ARRAY in, to — 

To cast around, 7rept#aA\co periballo. 

Luke 23. 1 1 and arrayed him in a gorgeous robe, and 

ARRAYED, to be — 

T.i !>■' clothed, vi) labesh, 4. 

2 Ch. 5. 12 their brethren, .arrayed in white linen 

ARRAYED in — 

To go into, pvt on, eVSiiw enduo. 

Acts 12. 21 Herod, arrayed in royal apparel 
ARRIVE, to — 
1.7*0 sail down, narair\loi katapleii. 

Luke 8. 26 they arrived at the country of the Gad. 
2. To cast alongside, -rrapafiaWw paraballo. 

Acts 20. 15 next (day) we arrived at Samos, and 

ARROGANCY — 

1. Pride, rising, excellency, j'lto gaon. 

Prov. 8. 13 pride, and arroganey. .do I hate 

Isa. 13. 11 cause the arroganey of the proud to cease 

Jer. 48. 29 the pride of Moab. .and his arroganey 



2. Stiffness, insolence, PVV. ataq. 

1 Sa. 2. 3 let (not) arroganey come out of your 

ARROW — 

1. Arrow, j'n diets. 

Num 24. 8 pierce . . through with his arrows 
Deut32. 23 I will spend mine arrows upon them 
32. 42 I will make mine arrows drunk with 

1 Sa. 20. 20 I will shoot three arrows on the side 

20. 21 find out the arrows, .the arrows (are) 

10. 22 Behold, the arrows (are) beyond thee ; go 

20. 36 find out now the arrows which I shoot 
20. 38 Jonathan's lad gathered up the arrows 

2 Sa. 22. 15 tie sent out arrows, and scattered them 
2 Ki. 13. 15 Elisha said unto. .Take bow and arrows 

13. 15 And he took unto him bow and arrows 
13. 17 The arrow of the Lord's deliverance 
13. 17 the arrow of deliverance from Syria 
13. 18 he said, Take the arrows. And he took 

19. 32 He shall not . . shoot an arrow there 

1 Ch. 12. 2 (hurling) stones, and . .arrows out of a 

2 Ch. 26. 15 to shoot arrows and great stones withal 
Job 6. 4 the arrows of the Almighty (are) within 
Psa. 7. 13 he ordaineth his arrows against the 

11. 2 they make ready their arrow upon the 
18. 14 he sent out his arrows, and scattered 

38. 2 thine arrows stick fast in me, and thy 
45. s Thine arrows (are) sharp in the heart of 

57. 4 sons of men, whose teeth (are), .arrows 

58. 7 he bendeth (his bow to shoot) his arrows 
64. 3 bend (their bows to shoot) their arrows 
64. 7 God shall shoot at them (with) an arrow 
91. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the. .arrow 

120. 4 Sharp arrows, .with coals of juniper 
127. 4 As arrows (are) in the hand of a mighty 
144. 6 shoot out thine arrows, and destroy them 
Prov.25. 18 a maul, and a sword, and a sharp arrow 

26. 18 As a mad (man) who casteth. .arrows 
Isa. 5. 28 Whose arrows (are) sharp, and all their 
7. 24 With arrows and with bows shall (men) 
37. 33 He shall not. .shoot an arrow there 
Jer. 9. 8 Their tongue (is as) an arrow shot out 
50. 9 their arrows, .as of a mighty expert man 

50. 14 shoot at her, spare no arrows : for she 

51. 11 Make bright the arrows ; gather the 
Lam. 3. 12 and set me as a mark for the arrow 
Eze. 5. 16 I shall send, .the evil arrows of famine 

21. 21 he made (his) arrows bright, he consulted 

39. 3 I will, .cause thine arrows to fall out of 
39] 9 shall go forth., and burn., the arrows, and 

Hab. 3. 11 at the light of thine arrows they went 
Zech. 9. 14 his arrow shall go forth as the lightning 

'2. Arrow, 'xn chetsi. 

1 Sa. 20. 36 he shot an arrow beyond him 

20. 37 place of the arrow which Jonathan had 
20. 37 Jonathan cried.. (Is) not the arrow beyond 
20. 38 Jonathan's lad gathered up the arrows 

2 Ki. 9. 24 the arrow went out at his heart 

3. Arrow (as piercing, cutting in), f'sn chatsats. 

Psa. 77. 17 thine arrows also went abroad 
i.Arrow (as flashing, rushing forth), 'pi resheph. 

Psa. 76. 3 There brake he the arrows of the bow 
5. Son of the bow, nijjj |3 ben qesheth. 

Job 41. 28 The arrow cannot make him flee 
ART — 
l.Work, rfa-jjp maaseh. 

Exod3o. 25 an ointment, .after the art of the 

30. 35 confection after the art of the apothecary 

2 Ch. 16. 14 prepared by the apothecaries' art 
I.Art, handicraft, skill, rex"V techne- 

Acts 17. 29 stone, graven by art and man's device 

ARTS, to use curious — 

To practise curious things, to. irepUpya irpaaaoi. 
Acts 19. 19 Many of them also which used curious arts 

AR-TA-XER'-XES, NnponrnN great king. 

1. A Persian king, the Loiigimanus of profane history. 
In 7 th year of his reign Ezra went up to Jerusalem, 
B.C. 418. 

Ezra 7. 1 after these things, in the reign of A. king 
7. 7 there went up., in the seventh year of A. 
7. 11 the copy of the letter that the king A. 
7. 12 A., king of kings, unto Ezra the priest, a 

7. 21 And I, (even) I A. the king, do make a 

8. 1 These, .went up with me. .reign of A. 
Neh. 2. 1 to pass.. in the t -ntieth year of A. the 

5. 14 unto the two and thirtieth year of A. 
13. 6 for in the two and thirtieth year of A. 

2. A king of Persia, the Cambyses of profane history, 
B.C. 521. 

Ezra 4. 7 And in the days of A. the king wrote 
4. 7 the rest of their companions, unto A. 
4. 8 Rehuiu. .wrote, .against Jerusalem to A. 
4. 11 the copy of the letter, .unto A. the king 
4. 23 when the copy of king A.'s letter (was) 

3. Another king of Persia, contemporary with Darius, 
or subsequent to him. 

Ezra 6. 14 accordi. „ to the commandment of. .A. 
AR-TE'-MAS, 'ApTtjuas whole, sound. 
A companion of Paul at Nicopolis. 

Tit. 3. 12 When I. .send A. unto thee, orTychicus 
ARTIFICER — 
1. Engraver, carver, u : "in charash. 

1 Ch. 29. 5 -all mannerof work, .(made) by.. artificers 

2 Ch.34. 11 to the artificers and builders gave they 



2. Engraver, carver, EHn choresh. 

Geu. 4. 22 Tubal-cain.an instructor of every artificer 

3. Engraving, carving, enn cheresh. 

Isa. 3. 3 The couusellor, and the cunning artificer 

ARTILLERY — 

Instrument, 'S? keli. 

1 Sa. 20. 40 Jonathan gave his artillery unto his lad 
A-RTJ -BOTH, nia -ik courts. 

The third of Solomon's commissariat districts, includ- 
ing Sochoh ; it was therefore probably a name for the 
rich corn-growing country of the Shefelah or "plain" 
of Judah. 

1 Ki. 4. 10 son of Hesed, in A.; to him (pertained) 
A-RU'-MAH, nenx height. 

A place near Shech'em, in Ephraim, perhaps the same 
as Kumah (now called El-Ormah, N.E. of >'ablus). 

Judg. 9. 41 And Abimelech dwelt at A.: and Zebul 
AR'-VAD, -ii"i 8 refuge. 

An island near Zidon, whence probablyit was colonised 
It is now called Jiuad, but formerly Antaradus. 

Eze. 27. 8 The inhabitants of . . A. were thy mariners 
27. 11 The men of A. with thine army (were) 
AR-VAD-ITES, ni")S inhabiting Arvad. 
The patronymic of the descendants of the 9th son of 
Canaan, son of Ham. 

Gen. 10. 18 the A., and the Zemarite, and the 

1 Ch. 1. 16 the A., and the Zemarite, and the 

AR'-ZA, tqr\Xfirm. 

A steward of Elah, king of Israel, B.C. 930. 

1 Ki. 16. 9 in the house of A. steward of (Ins) house 
AS — 

I. JJ'Ao, that, as, I^K asher. 

Gen. 22. 14 Jehovah-jireh : as it is said (to) this day 

2. Even as, "iB'NS kaasher. 

Gen. 7. 9 'the male and the female, as God had 

Z.Also, D? gam. 

Jer. 51. 49 As Babylon, .the slain of Israel to fall 

i.As a sufficiency, H3 kede. 

Judg. 6. 5 For they'came up. .as grasshoppers for 

5. That, though, '3 ki. 

Joh 22. 2 as he that is wise may be protita 

6. Even as, iD3 keTno. 

Exodis. 5 they sank into the bottom as a stone 

7. Unto, ill ad. 

Judg 20. 48 the men of (every) city, as the beast, and 

S. With, cy im. 

Job 9. 26 They are passed away as the swift ships 
9. Under, instead of, nnn tachath. 

Job 34. 26 He striketh them as wicked men 

10. Cm, upon, in addition to, W al. 

Job 22. 24 shalt thou lay up gold as dust 

II. Verily, then, for, yip gar. 

Matt. 1. 18 When [as] his .mother Mary was espoused 
12. With a view to, els eis. 

Phil. 4. 15 no church communicated with me as 
IS. In, during, iv en. 

Luke 8. 5 and as he sowed, some fell by v. 19/etc. 
li.Even, as, KaSairep kalhaper. 

Rom 12. 4 For as we have many members in one 

1 Co. 12. 12 For as the body is one, and hath many 

2 Co. 3. 13 not as Moses, .put a veil over his face 

8. 11 that as. .to will, so. .a performance 
1 Th. 2. 1 1 As ye know how we exhorted, and 

3. 6 desiring greatly to see us, as we also 
Heb. 5' 4 he that is called of God, [as]. .Aaron 
\h. According to which, KaBd katha. 

Matt 27. 10 the potter's field, as the Lord appointed 
16. According to what, ko.66 katho. 

Rom. 8. 26 Know not what we should pray for as we 
17 .Even or according as, tcad6ri kathoti. 

Acts 2. 45 parted them to all. .as every man had 
IS. Even or according as, KaBuis kathos. 
Matt 21. 6 disciples went, and did as Jesus 

26. 24 The Son of mangoeth as it is written of 
28. 6 for he is risen, as he said. Come, sec the 
Mark 4. 33 spakehe the word unto them, as they were 

9. 13 whatsoever they listed, as it is written of 
14. 16 his disciples w cut forth, .and found as he 

14. 21 The Son of man. .goeth, as it is written 

15. 8 multitude . . began to desire .. as he had 

16. 7 there shall ye see him, as he said unto 
Luke 1. 55 As he spake to our fathers, to Abraham 

1. 70 As he spake by the mouth of his holy 

2. 20 heard and seen, as it was told unto them 
2. 23 As it is written in the law of the Lord 

5. 14 according as Moses commanded, for a 

6. 31 as ye would that men should do to you 
6. 36 Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father 

11. 1 teach us to pray, as John also taught his 
11. 30 as Jonas was a sign unto the Ninevites 

17. 26 as it was in the days of Noe, so shall it 
22. 13 they went, and found as he had said unto 
22. 29 as my Father hath appointed unto me 
24. 24 found (it) even so as the women had said 
24. 39 hath not flesh and bones as ye see me 

Johu 1. 25 Make straight the way. .as said the pro. 



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iTi. 
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14 as Moses lifted up the serpent in the 

30 as I hear, I judge : and my judgment 

31 as it is written. He gave them bread from 

57 As the living Father hath sent me, and 

58 not as your fathers did eat manna, aud 
38 He that believeth on me, as the scripture 

28 as my Father hath taught me, I speak 

15 As the Father knoweth me, even so know 

26 [ye are not of my sheep, as I said nuto you] 

14 Jesus, .sat thereon ; as it is written 

15 that ye should do as I have done to you 

33 Ye shall seek me : and as I said unto the 

34 ye love one another; as I have loved you 

27 not as the world giveth, give I unto you 

31 as the Father gave me commandment 

4 As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself 
9 As the Father hath loved me, so have 1 

12 ye love one auother, as I have loved you 

2 As thou hast given him power over all 
11 keep, .that they may be one, as we (are) 
18 As thou hast sent me into the world, even 
21 That they all may be one ; as thou, Father 

23 hast loved them, as thou hast loved me 
40 as the manner of the Jews is to bury 

21 Peace., unto you : as. .Father hath sent 

4 tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance 

22 midst of you, as ye yourselves also know 
42 as it is written in the book of the prophets 
44 as he bad appointed, speaking unto Moses 

48 most High d welleth . . in temples . . as saith 
47 received the Holy Ghost as well as we? 

8 giving them the Holy Ghost, even as 
15 to this agree the words, .as it is written 

3 was zealous toward God, as ye all are this 

13 you also, even as among other Gentiles 

1 7 as it is written, The just shall live by faith 

24 name, .is blasphemed, .as it is written 

4 as it is written, That thou mightest be 

8 as we be slanderously reported, and as 
10 As it is written, There is none righteous 
1 7 As it is written, I have made thee a father 
36 As it is written, For thy sake we are 

13 As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but 

29 And as Esaias said before, Except the 
33 As it is written, Behold, I lay in Sion 

15 as it is written, How beautiful are the 
26 as it is written. There shall "come out of 

3 but, as it is written, The reproaches of 
7 receive ye one another, as Christ also 

9 as it is written, For this cause I will 
2i as it is written, To whom he was not 

9 as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor 

17 as I teach every where in every church 

7 maybe a new lump, as ye are unleavened 
2 knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know 

6 we should not lust after evil things, as they 

7 Neither be ye idolators, as . . some of them 

8 Neither, .commit fornication, as some of 
g Neither, .tempt Christ, as some of them 

10 Neither murmur ye, as some of them also 

33 Even as I please all (men) in all (chings) 

2 keep the ordinances, as I delivered, .to 

1 1 dividing to every man severally as he will 

18 set. .in the body, as it hath pleased him 

34 to be under obedience, as. .saith the law 

35 God giveth it a body as it hath pleased 

49 as we have borne the image of the earthy 

5 as the sufferings of Christ abound in us 

14 As also ye have acknowledged us in part 

1 as we have received mercy, we faint not 

16 as God hath said, I will dwell in them 

5 and. .not as we hoped, but first gave their 

6 Insomuch that we desired Titus, that as 

15 As it is written, He that (had gathered) 

3 I sent, .that, as I said, ye may be ready 

9 As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad 

7 as he (is) Christ's, even so (are) we Christ's 

12 they glory, they may be found even as we 
7 committed unto me, as . . the circumcision 

21 as I have also told, .in time past, that 

3 mystery ; as I wrote afore in few words 

4 even as ye are called in one hope of your 

17 that ye henceforth walk not as other 
21 and have been taught by him, as the 

32 as God for Christ's sake, hath forgiven 

2 walk in love, as Christ also hath loved 

3 let it not be once named, .as becometh 

25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ 
29 nourisheth and cherisheth it, even as the 

12 Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have always 
17 mark them which walk so as ye have us 

6 as . . in all the world . . as . . also in you 

7 A3 ye also learned of Epaphras our dear 
7 and stablisbed in the faith, as ye have 

13 as Christ forgave you, so also. .3'e 

5 as ye know what manner of men we were 

2 and were shamefully entreated, as ye know 

4 as we were allowed of God to be put in 

5 as ye know, nor a cloak of covetousness 

13 3'e received, .not. .the word of men, but as 

14 countrymen, even as they, .of the Jews 
4 even as it came to pass, and ye know 

1 that as ye have received of us how ye 

6 as we also have forewarned you and 

11 with your own hands, as we commanded 
13 not, even as others which have no hope 

3 We are bound to thank God.. as it is meet 
1 and be glorified, even as. .with you 

3 As I besought thee to abide still at Eph. 

7 Wherefore as the Holy Ghost saith 

3 as he said .... I have sworn in my wrath 
7 as it is said, To day if ye will hear his 



Heb. 5. 3 by reason hereof he ought, as for the 

5. 6 As he saith also in another (place), Thou 

8. 5 as Moses was admonished of God when 

10. 25 Not forsaking the assembling, .as the 

11. 12 as the stars of the sky in multitude 

1 Pe. 4. 10 as every man hath received the gift, so 

2 Pe. 1. 14 as our Lord Jesus Christ hath shewed me 

3. 15 even as our beloved brother Paul also 

1 Jo. 2. 18 as ye have heard that antichrist 

3. 2 like him ; for we shall see him as he is 
3. 12 Not as Cain, (who) was of that wicked one 

3. 23 love one another, as he gave us 

4. 17 because as he is, so are we in this world 

2 Jo. 4 as we have received a commandment 

6 This is the commandment, That, as ye 

\§.Even or according to, Kara, (ace.) Biroy. 
Luke 4. 16 as his custom was, he went into the 
22. 22 truly the Son of man goeth, as it was 

22. 39 he came out, and went, as he was wont 
Acts 17. 2 Paul, as his manner was, went in unto 

23. 31 the soldiers, as it was commanded them 
Pom. 1. 15 So, as much as in me is, I am ready 

3. 5 who taketh vengeance? I speak as a man 
1 Co. 3. 3 are ye not carnal, and walk as men ? 

9. 8 Say I these things as a man - ; or saith not 
Gal. 4. 28 Now we, brethren, as Isaac was, are the 
Titus i. 9 Holding fast the faithful word as he hath 
Heb. 9. 27 as it is appointed unto men once to die 

1 Pe. 1. 15 as he which hath called you is holy, so be 

20. Of what kind or sort, oTos hoios. 

1 Co. 15. 48 As (is) the earthy, .as is the heavenly 

21. How much, many, long, oaros hosos. 

Heb. 1. 4 as he hath by inheritance obtained a 
10. 25 so much the more, as ye see the day ap. 

22. Whosoever, oaris hostis. 

1 Co. 16. 2 lay by him in store, as (God) hath 

23. Thus, so, ovtoi onto. 

2Pe. 3. 4 all tilings continue as.. from the 

24. What manner, ov rp6irov hoii tropon. 

Luke 13. 34 as a hen. .her brood under (her) wings 
Acts 7. 28 Wilt thou kill me, as thou diddestthe E. 

2 Ti. 3. 8 as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses 

25. A s, that, in order to, for, &s hos. 

Matt. 1. 24 Joseph, .did as the angel of the Lord had 

6. 10 Thy will be done in earth, as (it is) in 

6. 12 forgive us our debts, as we forgive our 

7. 29 as (one) having authority, and not as 

8. 13 Go thy way ; and as thou hast believed 
10. 16 as sheep. -wise as serpents.. as doves 
10. 25 be as his master, .as his lord 

13. 43 Then shall the righteous shine forth as 

14. 5 because they counted him as a prophet 
17. 2 shine as the sun . . white as the light 

17. 20 If ye have faith as a grain of mustard 

18. 3 Except ye be converted, and become as 
18. 4 whosoever, .shall humble himself as this 

18. 33 compassion, .even as I had pity on thee? 

19. 19 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself 

20. 14 I will give unto this last, even as unto 

21. 26 people ; for all hold John as a prophet 

22. 30 but are as the angels of God in heaven 
22. 39 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself 
26. 19 the disciples did as Jesus had appointed 
26. 39 nevertheless not as I will, but as thou 

26. 55 Are ye come out as against a thief with 

27. 65 go your way, make (it) as sure as ye can 

28. 9 [as they went to tell his disciples, behold] 
28. 15 So they took the money, and did as they 

Mark 1. 2 [As] it is written in the prophets, Behold 
1. 22 as one that had authority, and not as 

3. 5 his hand was restored whole [as] the 

4. 26 as if a man should cast seed into the 

6. 15 it is a prophet, or as one of the prophets 

6. 34 because they were as sheep not having a 

7. 6 as it is written, This people honoureth me 

8. 24 and said, I see men as trees, walking 

9. 3 became shining, exceeding white [as] 
10. 1 as he was wont, he taught them again 

Whosoever shall, .receive, .kingdom, .as 
as touching the dead, that they rise 
Thou shalt love tny neighbour as thyself 
and to love (his) neighbour as himself 
For the Son of man is) as a man taking 
Are ye come out, as against a thief, with 
it came to pass, as the angels were gone 
As it is written in the book of the words 
Jesus.. being (as was supposed) the son 
[his hand was restored whole as. .other] 
cast out your name as evil, for the Son of 
every one that is perfect shall be as his 
[and consume them, even as Elias did?] 
I send you forth as lambs among wolves 
I beheld Satan as lightning fall from 
Thou shalt love, .thy neighbour as thyself 
[Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in] 
as when the bright shining of a candle 
for ye are as graves which appear not 
Lord, it is done as thou hast commanded 
make me as one of thy hired servants 
as he came and drew nigh to the house 
If ye had faith as a grain of mustard seed 
Likewise also [as] it was in the days of Lot 
that I am not. .even as this publican 
shall not receive the kingdom . .as a 
as a snare shall it come on all them 
let him be as the youngor. .as he that 
I am among you as he that serveth 



10. 15 

12. 26 

12. 31 

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13-34 

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3- 4 

3- 23 

6. 10 

6. 22 

6. 40 

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10. 3 

10. 18 

10. 27 

11. 2 
11. 36 
11. 44 
14. 22 
15- 19 
15-25 
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17. 28 

18. 11 
18. 17 
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Luke 2 



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2 Co. 



Col. 



Gal. 



Eph. 



Phil. 



31 desired, .that he may sift, .as wheat 

52 Be ye come out, as against a thief, with 
14 Ye have brought this man unto me, as 

26 as they led him away, they laid hold 

14 and we beheld his glory, the glory as of 

6 he is cast forth as a branch, and is 

11 and as she wept, she stooped down 

15 these are not druuken, as ye suppose 

12 why look ye so earnestly on us, as though 
51 ye do always resist the Holy Ghost : [as] 

32 He was led as a sheep to the slaughter 
36 as they went on . . way, they came unto 
25 as Peter was coming in, Cornelius met 
17 Forasmuch then as God gave them the 
25 as John fulfilled his course, he said 

33 as it is also written in the second psalm 

4 as they went through the cities, they 

28 For in him we live . . as certain also of your 

5 As also, .high priest doth bear me witness 
25 as they bound him with thongs, Paul 

11 Be of good cheer, Paul: for as thou hast 
15 as though ye would inquire something 

20 as though thej f would inquire somewhat 
10 to the Jews have I done no wrong, as 
30 as the shipmen were about to liee out of 

21 they glorified (him) not as God, neither 

7 why yet am I also judged as a sinner? 

17 things that be not as though they were 

15 not as the offence, so also (is) the free 

16 And not as . . by one that sinned . . the gift 

18 Therefore, as by the offence of one 

13 Neither yield ye your members. ,[as]those 
36 are accounted as sheep for the slaughter 

27 the number of the children, .be as. .sand 

29 we had been as Sodoma, and been made 
9 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself 

13 Let us walk honestly, as in the day; not 

15 as putting you in mind, because of. .grace 

1 as unto spiritual., as unto carnal., as unto 

10 the grace., which is given unto me, as a 
15 he. .shall be saved ; yet so as by fire 

1 Let a man so account of us, as of the 
7 why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not 

13 we are made as the filth of the world 

14 you, but as my beloved sons I warn 
18 Now some are puffed up, as though I 

3 as absent, .as though I were present 

7 I would that all men were even as I 

8 It is good . .if they abide even as I 

1 7 as God hath . . as the Lord hath called every 

25 yet I give my judgment, as one that hath 

29 they that have wives be as . . they had none 

30 as though they . .as though they . .as 

31 they that use this world, as not abusing 
7 some, .eat (it) as a thing offered unto an 

20 I became as a Jew. .as under the law 

21 To them that are without law, as without 

22 To the weak became I [as] weak, that I 

26 not as uncertainly, .not as one. .beateth 

7 Neither be ye idolaters, [as] (were) some 

15 I speak as to wise men ; judge ye what I 

11 spake as. .understood as.. thought as 
33 peace, as in all churches of the saints 
10 he worketh the work of the Lord, as I 

17 not as many, .as of sincerity, .as of God 

1 or need we, as some, .epistles of 

5 to think anything as of ourselves ; but 
20 as though God did beseech, .by us : we 

4 in all . . approving ourselves as . . ministers 

8 evil report and good report : as deceivers 

9 As unknown.. as dying.. as chastened 

10 As sorrowful, .as poor, .ashavingnothing 

13 I speak as unto, .children, be ye also 

14 as we spake all things to you in truth 

5 as. .bounty, aud not coveteousness 

2 some, which think of us as if w T e walked 

14 we are come as far as to you also in. .the 

3 as the serpent beguiled Eve through his 

15 if his ministers also be transformed as the 

16 if otherwise, yet as a fool receive me 

2 foretell you, as if I were present, the 

7 do that which is honest, though we be as 
9 As we said before, so say I now again 

16 to seeds, as of many ; but as of oue 

12 I beseech you, be as I (am) ; for I (am) as 
14 received me as an angel of God, (even) as 

14 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyseli 
10 As we have therefore opportunity, let us 

3 by nature the children of wrath, even as 
5 as it is now revealed unto his holy 

1 Be ye . . followers of God, as dear children 

8 in the Lord : walk as children of light 

15 circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise 

22 Wives submit yourselves, .as unto the 

23 even as Christ is the head of the church 

28 So ought men to love their wives as their 

5 in singleness of your heart, as unto Christ 

6 with eye service, as men pleasers ; but as 

7 With good will doing service, [as] to the 
20 I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak 
20 but (that) with all boldness, as alu ays 

8 And being found in fashion as a man 
12 ye have always obeyed, not as in my 
15 among whom ye shine as lights in the 
22 that, as a son with the father, he hath 

6 As ye have therefore received Christ 
20 why, as though living in the world, are 
12 Put on therefore, as the elect of God 

18 Wives, submit yourselves, .as it is fit in 

22 Servants, obey.. not with eye service, as 

23 whatsoever ye do, do (it) heartily, as to 

4 I may make it manifest, as I ought to 



iTi. 
sTi. 



AS 



[ Th. 2. " 4 not aspleasing men, but God, which tneth 
2. 7 we were gentle among you, even as a 
2. ii and charged every oue of you, as a father 
2. 13 (it) nut (as) the word of men, but [as] it 
5. 2 the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief 
5. 4 that day should overtake you as a thief 

5. 6 Therefore let us not sleep, as (do) others 
2 Th. 2. 2 as from us, as that the day of Christ 

2. 4 so that he [as] God sitteth in the temple 
r>. 15 count not as an enemy, but.. as a 

1 as a father, .younger men as brethren 

2 elder women as mothers ; the younger as 

3 Thou therefore endure hardness, as a 
9 Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer 

2. 17 their word will eat as doth a canker 

3. 9 their folly shall be manifest, .as their's 
Titus 1. 5 ordain elders in every city, as I had 

1. 7 a bishop must be blameless, as the 
Phm. 9 I rather beseech (thee), being, .as Paul 

16 Not now as a servant, but above a servant 

17 If thou count me. .receive him as myself 
fleb. 1. 11 they all shall wax old as doth a 

3. 2 as also Moses (was faithful) in all his 
3. 5 Moses verily (was) faithful, .as a servant 
3. 6 But Christ as a sou over his own house 
3. 8 Harden not your hearts, as in the prov. 

3. 15 harden pot your hearts, as in the prov. 

4. 3 As I have sworn in my wrath, if they 

6. 19 Which (hope) we have as an anchor of 

7. 9 And as I may so say, Levi also, who 

11. 9 Sy faith he sojourned, .as (in) a strange 
11. 27 he endured, as seeing him who is invisible 

11. 29 By faith they passed through, .as by dry 

12. 5 exhortation which speaketh unto you as 
12. 7 God dealeth with you as with sons 

32. 16 Lest there (be), .any profane person, as 

12. 27 as of things that are made, that those 

13. 3 as bound with them, .as being yourselves 
13. 17 for they watch for your souls, as they 

Jas. J 1. 10 because as the flower of the grass he shall 

2. 8 Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself 
2. 9 are convinced of the law as transgressors 
2. 12 So speak ye, and so do, as they that 

5. 3 shall eat your flesh as it were fire 

5. 5 ye have nourished your hearts, [as] in a 

1 Pe. 1. 14 As obedient children, not fashioning 

1. 19 with the precious blood of Christ, as of a 

1. 24 all flesh (is) as grass, .[as] the flower of 

2. 2 As new born babes, desire the sincere 
2. 5 Ye also, as lively stones, are built up 
2. 11 Dearly beloved, I beseech (you) as to 

2. 12 that, whereas they speak against you as 
2. 14 Or unto governors, as unto them that are 
2. 16 As free, .but as the servants of God 

2. 25 ye were as sheep going astray ; but are 

3. 7 as unto the weaker vessel, and as being 

3. 16 [whereas they speak evil of you, as of evil] 

4. 10 as good stewards of the manifold grace of 

4. 11 as the oracles of God. .as 01 the ability 

4. 12 as though some strange thing happened 

4. 15 as a murderer, .or as a busybody 

4. 16 Yet if ..asaChristian, let him not be ash. 

4. 19 in well-doing, [as] unto a faithful Creator 

5. 3 Neither as being lords over(God's) heritage 
5. 8 your adversary the devil, as a roaring 

5. 12 By Silvanus, a faithful brother, .as I 

2 Pe. 1. 19 take heed, as unto a light that shineth 

2. 1 as there shall be false teachers among 

2. 12 these, as natural brute beasts, made 

3. 8 as a thousand years, .as one day 

3. 9 The Lord is not slack . . as some men count- 
3. 10 the day of the Lord will come as a thief in 
3. 16 As also in all. .as. .the other scriptures 

1 Jo. i. 7 if we walk in the light, as he is in the 

2. 27 as the same anointing teacheth you 

2 Jo. 5 now I beseech thee, lady, not as though I 
Jude 10 what they know naturally, as brute beasts 
Rev. 1. 10 behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet 

1. 14 white as snow. .eyes, .as a flame of fire 
1. 15 as if they burned.. his voice as the sound 
1. 16 his countenance (was) as the sun shineth 

1. 17 when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead 

2. 24 known the depths of Satan, as they speak 
2. 27 as the vessels of. .even as I received 

3 I will come on thee as a thief, and thou 
21 even as I also overcame, and am set down 
7 the third beast had a face [as] a man 

6 a Lamb as it had been slain, having 

11 their brethren, that should be killed as 

12 black as sackcloth of hair, .as blood 

13 even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs 

14 the heaven departed as a scroll when 

2 there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the 

3 them was given power, as the scorpions of 
5 torment, .as the torment of a scorpion 

7 their faces, .as the faces of men 
S hair as the hair of women . .teeth . .as 
9 as the sound of chariots of many horses 

[1 7 heads of the horses . . as the heads of lions 
10. 1 and his feet as pillars of fire 
10. 7 as he hath declared to his servants the 
io. 9 it shall be in thy mouth sweet as honey 
10. 10 and it was in my mouth sweet as honey 

12. 15 the serpent cast out. .water as a flood 

13. 2 were as. .of a bear, and his mouth as 

13. 11 like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon 

14. 2 as the voice of . .as the voice of a great 
16. 3 it became as the bloo.l of a dead (man) 

Behold, I nunc as a thief. Blessed is he 
T ^ ' ■ receive potfer as kings one hour with the 

iS. o Keuanl tin- even ;m s]\k rewarded you 

10. (5 as. , the voice <>f. .[as] the voice and as 



28. 

28. 
Mark 9. 
Luke24. 
Heb. 



2 Co. 



Gal. 
Eph. 
iTh. 
Heb. 



Jas. 



54 



Rev. 19. 12 His eyes, .[as] a flame of fire, and - 

20. 8 the number of whom (is) as the sand of 

21. 2 new Jerusalem, .prepared as a bride 

22. 1 pure river of water of life, clear as crystal 
2Q.As if, oxret hosei. 

Matt. 9. 36 were scattered abroad, [as] sheep having 
" 3 and his raiment white [as] snow 
4 the keepers did shake, and became [as] 
26 he was as one dead ; insomuch that 

11 their words seemed to them as idle tales 

12 as a vesture shalt thou fold them up 
11. 12 and [as] the sand which 13 by the sea 

27. Even as , wo-irephosper. 

Matt. 6. 2 as the hypocrites do in the synagogues 

6. 5 when thou prayest, thou shalt not be [as] 
6. 7 use uot vain repetitions, as the heathen 
6. 16 Moreover when ye fast, be not, [as] the 

12. 40 as Jonas was three days and three nights 

13. 40 As therefore the tares are gathered and 
18. 17 let him be unto thee as an heathen man 
24. 27 as the lightning cometh out of the east 
24. 37 as the days of Noe. .so shall also the 

24. 38 [as] in the days that were before the flood 

25. 14 For. .(is) as a man travelling into a far 
25. 32 he shall separate them, .as a shepherd 

Luke 17. 24 as the lightning, that lighteneth out of 

18. 1 1 I thank thee, that I am not [as] other men 
John 5 21 as the Father raiseth up the dead, and 

5. 26 as the Father hath life in himself ; so hath 
Acts 2. 2 there came a sound from heaven as of a 

3. 17 brethren, through ignorance ye did (it,) as 
11. 15 fell on them, as on us at the beginning 

Rom. 5. 12 as by one man sin entered into the 

5. 19 as by one man's disobedience many were 

5. 21 That as sin hath reigned unto death 

6. 19 for as ye have yielded your members 

11. 30 as ye in times past have not believed God 
1 Co. 8. 5 as there be gods many, and lords many 
11. 12 as the woman (is) of the man, even so 

15. 22 For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ 

16. 1 as I have given order to the churches of 

1. 7 knowing, that [as] ye are partakers of the 

8. 7 Therefore, as ye abound in every,. faith 

9. 5 bounty, and not [as] (of) covetousness 

4. 29 But as then he that was born after the 

5. 24 Therefore [as] the church is subject unto 
5. 3 sudden destruction cometh upon them, as 
4. 10 also hath ceased from his . . works, as God 

7. 27 needeth not daily, as those high priests 
9. 25 as the high priest entereth into the holy 

2. 26 as the body without the spirit is dead 
2$.As if it were, axnrepti h<~>sperei. 

1 Co. 15. 8 he was seen of me also, as of one born out 

29. So that, wore teste. 

Matt 15. 33 Whence should we have., bread., as to fill 
[See also, According as, becometh, concerning, 
crystal, even, forasmuch, friend, hurl, inas- 
much, light, like, long as, power, so, such.] 

AS. ..as — 

As. ..so, I?...? ke...ken. 

£ze. 42. 1 1 as long as they . . as broad as they : and all 

AS for — 

l.But, truly, yet, d^in ulam. 

Job 17. 10 as for you all, do ye return, and come 

2. Unto, to, *?n el. 

2 Ch. 34. 26 as for the king of Judah, who sent you 

AS concerning — ■ 

Even or according to, Kara. kata. 

Rom. 9. 5 and of whom as concerning the flesh 
11. 28 As concerning the gospel, -for your 

2 Co. ii. 21 I speak as concerning reproach, as 

AS concerning that — 
That because, on hoti. 

Acts 13. 34 And as concerning that he raised him up 
AS far as (to) — 

1. Unto, even unto, &XP 1 achri. 

Acts 28. 15 came to meet us as far as Appii forum 
2 Co. 10. 14 we are come as far as to you also 

2. Unto, vp to, %tas heos. 

Luke 24. 50 he led them out as far as to Bethany 
Acts 11. 19 Now they, .travelled as far as Phenice 
11. 22 that he should go as far as Antioch 

AS hast served — 
Recompense, deed, 71D2 gemul. 

Psa. 137. 8 rewardeth thee as thou hast served us 
AS it had been — 
l.As, that, in order to, for, &s has. 

Acts 10. 11 a certain vessel descending, .as it had b. 
11. 5 A certain vessel descend, as it had been 

2. As if, wo~*i hosei. 

Acts 6. 15 all. .saw his face as it had been the face 
9. 18 there fell from his eyes [as it had been] 

AS it were — 

l.Even as, ic:? Irmn, 

Isa. 26. iS we have as it were brought forth wind 

2. As, that, in order to, for, us has. 

John 7. 10 not openly, but as it were in secret 

21. 8 not far from land, but as it were two 
Acts 17. 14 brethren sent away Paul to go [as it were] 
Rom. 9. 32 not by faith, but as it were by the works 
1 Co, 4, 9 the .apostles last, as it were appointed to 



AS 

2 Co. 11. 17 I speak (it), .as it were foolishly, in this ' 
Phm. 14 thy benefit should not be as it were of 
Jas. 5. 3 shall eat your flesh as it were fire 
Rev. 4. 1 the first voice which I heard.. as it were 
6. 1 I heard, as it were the noise of thunder 
8. 8 the second angel sounded, and as it were 

8. 10 a great star, .burning as it were a lamp 

9. 7 on their heads.. as it were crowns like 

9. 9 they had breastplates, as it were 

10. 1 his face, .as it were the sun, and his feet 

13. 3 I saw one of his heads as it were 

14. 3 they sung [as it were] a new song 

15 2 I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled 
19. 6 I heard as it were the voice of a great 
21. 21 the street of the city, .as it were transp. 

Z.As if, wo~si hosei. 

Luke 22. 44 [his sweat was as it were great drops of] 
.Acts. 0. iS from his eyes as it had been scales 

AS large — 

So great, long, much, rocovros tosoutos. 
Rev. 21. 16 the length is [as large] as the breadth 

AS long as — 

1. With, cy im. 

Psa. 72. 5 They, .fear thee as long as the sun and 

2.-1 s long as, etp 1 00-ov eph hoson. 

Matt. 9. 15 Can the children, .mourn, as long as 
2 Pe. 1. 13 I think it meet, as long as I am in this 

3. When, while, tyrav hotan. 

John 9. 5 As long as I am in the world, I am the 

AS many as — 
l.AU, h'3 kol. 

Exod35- 22 both, .women, as many as were willing 

2. How much, long, many, oVos hosos. 

Matt 14. 36 as many as touched were made perfectly 
22. 10 as many as they found, both bad andv.o. 
Mark 3. 10 they pressed upon him. .as many as had 
Luken. 8 will r se and give him asmanyas6. 56. 
John 1. 12 as many as received him, to them gave 
Acta 3. 24 as many as have spoken,- have 2. 39! 
4. 6 as many as were of the kindred of the 

4. 34 as many as were possessors of lands 

5. 36 as many as obeyed him, were scattered 

5. 37 as many as obeyed him, were dispersed 

10. 45 [as many as] came with Peter, because 
13. 48 as many as were ordained to eternal life 

Rom. 2. 12 as many as have, .as many as have sinned 
8. 14 as many as are led by the Spirit of 
3. 10 as many as are of the works of the law 
3. 27 as many of you as have been baptized 

6. 12 As many as desire to make a fair shew in 
6. 16 as many as walk according to this rule 
3. 15 Let us therefore, as many as be perfect 
2. 1 as many as have not seen my face in 
6. 1 Let as many servants as are under the 
2. 24 as many as have not this doc 3. 11, 15- ' 

18. 17 as many as trade by sea, stood afar off 

3. All who, iras us ptas ? l0S ' 

John 17. 2 he should give eternal life to as many as 

AS much — 

The equal, ra T<ra ta isa. 

Luke 6. 34 sinners also lend, .to receive as much 

AS much as (lieth in you) — 

How much, long, many, ocas hosos. 

John 6. ii and likewise of the fishes as much as 
AS oft as — 
From the sufficiency, *?£ midde. 

2 Ki. 4. 8 it was . . as oft as he passed by, he turned 
AS oft or often as — 
How many times, ocraKis av or idv hosakis. 

1 Co. 11. 25 this do ye, as oft as ye drink (it,) in 

11. 26 as often as ye eat this bread, and drink 
Rev. 11. 6 have power over, .as often as they will 

As pertaining to — 

Down according to, Kara (ace.) kata. 

Rom. 4. 1 Abraham, our father as pertaining to 
Heb. g. 9 did the service perfect, as pertaining to 

AS soon — 
Also, D3 gam. 

Isa. 66. 8 as soon as Zion travailed, she brought 

AS soon as — 

l.Even as, *ityx3 kaasher. 

Gen. 18. 33 as soon as he had left communing with 
2. As, that, in order to, for, ws hds. 

Luke 1. 23 it came to pass, that, as soon as the days 
1. 44 as soon as the voice of thy salutation 
22. 66 as soon as it was day, the elders of the 
John 11. 20 Then Martha, as soon as she heard that 
11. 29 As soon as she heard, .she arose quickly 
18. 6 As soon then as he had said unto them 
21. 9 As soon then as they were come to land 
riiil. 2. 23 so soon as I shall see how it will go 

3. WhekticHsTj lirav hotan. 

John 16. 21 as soon as she is delivered of the child 
Rev. 12. 4 for to devour her child as soon as it was 

4. When, Hre hote. 

Luke 15. 30 But as soon as this thy eon Re. 10, 10, 
5, Straightway, tvBews cut/ieos f Mark 5. 36; 11, 2, 



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AS '.hcush, not — 

.15 not, (6? keto. 

Obad. 16 shall be as though they had not been 

AS though — 

X.That, because, on hoti. 

Phil. 3. 12 Not as though I had already attained 
2. As that, otov oTi oion hoti, &s '6tl hos hoti. 

2 Co. 11. 21 concerning reproach, as though,Ro. 9. 6. 

AS touching — 
X'.Upon, ini epi (clat.) 

Acts 5. 35 what ye intend to do as touching these 

2. Down, according to, Kara kata {ace.) 

Rom. 11. 23 as touching the election . .beloved for the 
Phil. 3. 5 as touching the law, a Pharisee 

3. About, concerning, its pi fieri (gen.) 

Matt 18. 19 if two of you shall agree, .astouchingany 
, 22. 31 as touching the resurrection of the dead 
Mark 12. 26 as touching the dead, that they rise 
Acts 21. 25 As touching the Gentiles which believe 

1 Co. 8. 1 ; 16. 12 ; 2 Co. 9. 1 ; 1 Th. 4. 9. 
A3 well as — 

1. Even as also, Kad&s tcai Jcathos kai, Acts 10. 47. 

2.^ 4s also, ws Kat hos kai, 1 Co. 9. 5, 

3. According as, even as, KaOdwep kaihaper. 

Heb. 4. 2 the gospel preached, as well as unto them 

AS well as another — 
Like this, nis kazeh. 

2 Sa. n. 25 sword devoureth one as well as another 
AS when — 

As tlie day, era ke-yoin. 

Zech.14. 3 As 11 * against those nations, as when he 
AS they would — 
According to their pleasure, D3?S"jS ki-retsonam. 

Neh. 9. 24 they might do with! them as they would 

AS yet — 

1. Until so, hitherto, \3-H$ ad-ken. 

Neh. 2. 16 neither had I as yet told (it) to 

2. Yet, still, Tiy od. 

2 Ki. 14. 4 as yet the people did sacrifice and burnt 
Z.Till now, nijiy iy ad attah. 

2 Ki. 13. 23 cast he them from his presence as yet 

A.Xot yet, o&iroo owpo. 

Acts 8. 16 [as yet] he was fallen upon none of them 
Rev. 17. 12 which have received no kingdoms as yet 

AS yet... not — 

yot yet, ovSewa} oudepo. 

Joliu 20. 9 [as yet] they knew not the scripture, that 

A'-SA, riBij! physician. 

1. The great grandson of Solomon, B.C. 914. 

1 Ki. 15. 8 and A. his son reigned in his stead 

15. 9 twentieth year of Jeroboam, .reigned A. 
15. 11 And A. did (that which was) right in the 
15. 13 A. destroyed her idol, and burnt (it) by 
15. 14 nevertheless A.'s heart was perfect with 
15. 16 there was war between A. and Baasha 
15. 17 to go out or come into A. king of Judah 
15. 18 Then A. took all the silver and the gold 
15. 18 and king A. sent them to Ben-hadad, the 
15. 20 Ben-hadad hearkened unto king A., and 
15. 22 Then king A. made a proclamation 
15. 22 and king A. built with them Geba of 
15. 23 The rest of all the acts of A., and all his 
15. 24 And A. slept with his fathers, and was 
15. 25 in the second year of A. king of Judah 
15. 28 in the third year of A. king of Judah 
15. 32 there was war between A. and Baasha 

15. 33 In the third year of A. king of Judah 

16. 8 In the twenty aud sixth year of A. king 
16. 10, 15 in the twenty and seventh year of A. 
16. 23 In the thirty and first year of A. king of 
16. 29 in the thirty and eighth yearof A. king of 
22. 41 Jehoshaphat the son of A. hegan to reign 
22. 43 he walked in all the ways of A. his father 
22. 46 which, .in the days of his father A. 

1 Ch. 3. 10 Abia, his son, A. his son, Jehoshaphat his 

2 Ch. 14. 1 and A. his son reigned in his stead 

14. 2 A. did (that which was) good and right in 
14. 8 Aud A. had an army (of men) that bare 
14. 10 Then A. went out against him, and they 
14. 11 And A. cried unto the LORD his God, and 
14. 12 the Lord smote the Ethiopians before A. 

14. 13 And A. and the people that (were) with 

15. 2 he went out to meet A., and said unto 
15. 2 Hear ye me, A., aud all Judah and 
15. 8 when A. heard these words, and the 

15. 10 in the third month, in the fifteenth year 
15. 16 the mother of A. the king, he removed 

15. 16 and A. cut down her idol, and stamped 

16. 17 nevertheless the heart of A. was perfectall 

15. 19 there was no(more)war unto, .reignof A. 

16. 1 In the . . year of the reign of A. , Baasha 
16. 1 he might let none, .to A. king of Judah 
16. 2 Then A. brought out silver and gold out 
16. 4 Ben-hadad hearkened unto king A and 
16. 6 Then A. the king took all Judah ; and 
16. 7 Hanani the seer came to A. king of Judah 



2CI1.16. 10 Then A. was wroth with the seer, and 
10. jo And A. oppressed (some) of the people the 
1'. 11 behold, the acts of A., first and last, lo 
16. is And A. . .was diseased in his feet, until 

16. 13 And A. slept with his fathers, and died 

17. 2 in the cities. .Which A. his father had 

20. 32 he walked in the way of A^his father 

21. 12 thou hast not walked in the ways of. .A. 
Jer. 41. 9 it which A. the king had made for fear 
Matt. 1. 7 Roboam begat Abia; and Abia begat A. 

1. S AndA. begat Josaphat; and Josaphat begat 
2. A Levite, head of a family in the villages of the 
Netophathites, near Jerusalem. 

1 C'.\ g. 16 the son of A., the son of Elkanah, that 

A-SAH'-:£L, 7ttrip& God is doer. 

LA son of Zeruiah, David's sister. lie was slain by 

Abner unwillingly, B.C. 1053. 

2 Sa. 2. 18 and A. : and A. (was as) light of foot as a 

2. 19 A. pursued after Abner ; and in going he 
2. 20 and said (Art) thou A.? And he answered 
2. 21 But A. would not turn, .from following 
2. 22 Abner said again to A., Turn thee aside 

2. 23 came to the place where A. fell down and 
2. 30 there lacked of David's servants . . and A. 

2. 32 they took up A., and buried him in the 

3. 27 that he died, for the blood of A. his 

3. 30 he had slain their brother A. at Gibeon 
23. 24 A. the brother of Joab (was) one of the 
1 Ch. 2. 16 the sons of Zeruiah. .and A., three 

11. 26 the valiant men. .(were), A., the brother of 
27. 7 The fourth (captain, .was) A. the brother 

2. A Levite sent by Jehoshaphat to teach the law to the 
people in Judah, B.C. 914. 

2Ch. 17. S with them (lie sent). .A., and Shemi 

3. A Levite employed under Hezekiah as an officer of 
the offerings and tithes and dedicated things, B.C. 727. 

2CI1. 31. 13 JehieL.and A. . .(were) overseers under 

4. Father of Jonathan whom Ezra appointed to take a 
census of the Jews who had taken strange wives during 
the exile, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 10. 15 Jonathan the son of A; . .were employed 
A-SAH-I'AH, n;#£ Jah is doer. 

An officer of king Josiah's.sent with others to inquire of 
the Lord in consequence of the reading of the book of 
the law found by Shaphan, B.C. 641. 

2 Eli. 22. 12 the king commanded . . A. a servant of the 
22. 14 So. .A., went unto Huldah the prophetess 

2 Ch. 34. 20 the king commanded . . A. a servant of the 

A-SA-I'AE, n^'j_ Jah is doer. 

1. A descendant of Simeon, B.C. Soo. 

1 Ch. 4. 36 and A., and Adiel, and Jesimiel, and Ben. 

2. A descendant of Libni, grandson of Merari. 

1 Ch. 6. 30 Shimei his son, Haggiah his son, A. his 

3. A Shilonite, dwelling in Jerusalem, B.c.536. 

1 Ch. 9. 5 of the Shilonites ; A. the firstborn, and 

4. A descendant of Merari, who assisted in bringing up 
the ark from the house of Obed-edom in the time of 
David, B.C. 1040. [This may be the same as No. 2.] 

1 Ch. 15. 6 Of the sons of Merari ; A. the chief, and 
15. 11 David called for Zadok and. .A., and Joel 

A'-SAPH, f]DK collector, gatherer. 

1. Father of Joah recorder to Hezekiah, B.C. 727. 

2K1. 18. 18 and Joah the son of A. the recorder 
18. 37 the scribe, and Joah the son of A. the 

zCh. 29. 13 of the sons of A.; Zechariah, and Matta. 

Isa. 36. 3 the scribe, and Joah, A.'s son, the recor. 
36. 22 the scribe, and Joah, the son of A., the 

2. One appointed by David over the service of song ; 
and by Solomon in the temple service, B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 6. 39 his brother A., who stood on his right 

6. 39 A. the son of Berachiah, the son of 
15. 17 the Levites appointed. .A. the son of 

15. 19 So the singers.. A... (were appointed) to 

16. s A. the chief, and next to him Zechariah 
16. 5 with harps; but A. made a sound with 
16. 7 into the hand of A. and his brethren 
16. 37 he left there. .A. and his brethren, to 
25. 1 separated to the service of the sons of A. 
25. 2 Of the sons of A., Zaccur, and Joseph 
25. 2 the sons of A.; under the hands of A. 
25. 6 according to the king's order to A. 

25. 9 the first lot came forth for A. to Joseph 

2 Ch. 5. 12 (which were), .singers, all of them of A. 

20. 14 a Levite of the sons of A., came the spirit 
29. 13 and of the sons of A.; Zechariah, and 
29. 30 with the words of David, and of A. the 
35. 15 the singers the sons of A. (were) in their 
35. 15 according to the commandment of. .A. 

Ezra 2. 41 The singers : the children of A., an 

3. 10 the Levites the sons of A. with cymbals 

Neh. 7. 44 The singers: the children of A., an 
11. 17 Mattaniah. .the son of A., (was) the 

11. 22 Of the sons of A., the singers (were) over 

12. 35 Michaiah, the son of Zaccur. .son of A. 
12. 46 in the days of David and A. of old 

Psa. 50. title. A Psalm of A. The mighty God 

73. A Psalm of A. Truly God (is) good 

74. Maschil of A. O God, why hast thou 

75. Al-taschith, A Psalm (or) Song of A. 

76. on Neginoth, A Psalm (or) Song of A. 

77. Musician, to Jeduthun, A Psalm of A. 

78. Maschil of A. Give car, O my people 



Psa. 70. A Psalm of A. O God, the heathen are 
80. upon Shoshauuim-Eduth, A Psalm of A. 
8r . the . . Musician upon Gittith, (A Psalm) of A 

82. A Psalm of A. God standeth in the 

83. A Song (or) Psalm of A. Keep not thou 

3. A Levite, whose posterity dwelt in Jerusalem after 
the exile, B.C. 444. 

1 Ch. 9. 15 Micah, the son of Zichri, the son of A. 

4. A descendant of Kohath, son of Levi. His descend- 
ants were porters in the service of the tabernacle in 
the time of David. 

1 Ch.26. 1 Meshelemiah. .of the sons of A. 

5. An officer (probably a Jew) appointed by the king of 
Persia as keeper of the royal forests in Judah, B.C. 444. 

Neh. 2. 8 a letter unto A. the keeper of the king's 

A-SAR-E'EL, Stob-x God is joined. 

A son of Jehaleleel," a descendant of Judah through 

Caleb, son of Jephunneh, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 4. 16 the sons of Jehaleleel; Ziph. .and A. 
A-SAR-E'-LAH, n^N'-ib'x Jah is, joined. 
A son of Asaph, appointed by David for the service of 
song in the sanctuary, B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 25. 2 Of the sons of Asaph ; Zaccur. .and A. 
[Azareel in verse 18 is perhaps the same.] 

ASCEETD, to — 

To go or come up, ava&atvw anabaino. 

John 1. 51 the angels of God ascending and descend. 

20. 17 I am not yet ascended. .1 ascend unto 
Acts p.. 34 For David is not ascended into the 

25. 1 when Festus was come, .he ascended from 
Rom. ;o. 6 Who shall ascend into heaven 1 that is, to 
Eph. 4. g Now that he ascended, what is it but 
Rev. 7. 2 I saw another angel ascending from the 

11. 7 the beast that ascendeth out of the. .pit 

17. 8 The beast, .shall ascend out of the 

Jl^CEND, to cause to — 

To cause to go up' rh% alah, 5. 

Psa. 135. 7 He causeth the vapours to ascend from 

Jer. 10. 13 he causeth the vapours to ascend from 

51. 16 he causeth the vapours to ascend from 

ASCEND (up), to — 

I. To go up, climb, ppj nasaq. 

Psa. 139. 8 If I ascend up into heaven, thou art 

2. To cause to go up, rby alah. 

Gen. 28. 12 the angels of God ascending and descend. 
Exod 19. 18 the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke 
Numi3. 22 they ascended by the south, and came 
Josh. 6. 5 people shall ascend up every man 

8. -o the smoke of the city ascended up to 
8. 21 the smoke of the city ascended, then 

10. 7 Joshua ascended from Gilgal, he, and all 
15. 3 it went out. .and ascended up on the 

Judg 13. 20 the Lord ascended in the flame of the 
20. 40 the flame of the city ascended up to 

1 Sa. 28. 13 I saw gods ascending out of the earth 
Psa. 24. 3 Who shall ascend into the hill of the 

68. 18 Thou hast ascended oh high, thou hast 
Prov.30. 4 Who hath ascended up into heaven, or 
Isa. 14. 13 I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt 

14. 14 I will ascend above the heights of the 
Eze. 38. 9 Thou shalt ascend and come like a storm 

0.T0 go or come Up', avafiaivti anabaino. 

Luke 19. 28 he went before, ascending up to Jerus. 
John 3. 13 no man hath ascended up to heaven, but 

6. 62 if ye shall see the Son of man ascend up 
Eph. 4. 8 When he ascended up on high, he led 

4. 10 the same also that ascended up far above 
Rev. 8. 4 the smoke . .ascended up before God out 

11. 12 they ascended up to heaven in a cloud 
14. 11 the smoke of their torment ascendeth up 

ASCENT — 

l.Going up, n?j£D niaaleh. 

Num 34. 4 from the south to the ascent of Akrabbim 

2 Sa. 15. 30 David went up by the ascent of. .Olivet 

2. Going up, {burnt) offering, n^y olah. 

1 Ki. 10.. 5 his ascent by which he went up unto the 

3. Uppermost place, n;^#. aliyyah. 

2 Ch. 9. 4 his ascent by which he went up into the 

ASCRIBE, to — 
1.7*0 give, an; yahab. 

Deut 32. 3 ascribe ye greatness unto our God 

2. To give, jm nathan. 

1 Sa. 18. 8 They have ascribed unto David ten 

18. 8 and to me they have ascribed . . thousands 
Job 36. 3 will ascribe righteousness to my Maker 
Psa. [68. 34 Ascribe ye strength unto God : his 

A-SE'-NATH, rupx dedicated to Neit. 

Daughter of Poti-pherah, priest of On, and wife of 

Joseph, B.C. 1715. 

Gen. 41. 45 he gave him to wife A. the daughter of 
41. 50 which A. the daughter of Poti-pherah 
46. 20 which A. the daughter of Poti-pherah 

AS'-ER, 'Ao-i?p. 

The Greek form of Asher. 

Luke 2. 36 the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of A. 

Rev. 7. 6 Of the tribe of A. (were) sealed twelve 



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ASH — 

Ash orpine, px oren. 

Isa. 44. 14 he planteth an ash, and the rain doth 
ASHAMED (of), to be, 
1. Shame, n^a bosheth. 

Jer. 2. 26 As the thief is ashamed when he is found 

2. To be ashamed, become pale, ena bosh. 

Judg 3. 25 they tarried till they were ashamed 
2 Ki. 2. 17 they urged him till he was ashamed 

8. 11 stedfastly, until he was ashamed 
Ezra 8. 22 I was ashamed to require of the king a 

o 61 am ashamed and blush to lift up my 
Job 19. 3 ye are not ashamed, .ye make yourselves 
Psa. 6. 10 Let all mine enemies be ashamed and 

6. 10 let them return . .be ashamed suddenly 

25. 2 let me not be ashamed, let not mine 
25' 3 let none that wait on thee be ashamed 
2=' 3 let them be ashamed which transgress 
-> 5 20 let me not be ashamed ; for I put my 
31. 1 let me never be ashamed : deliver me in 
31. 17 Let me not be ashamed, O Lord 

31. 17 let the wicked be ashamed, .let them be 
35! 26 Let them be ashamed and brought to 
37. 19 They shall not be ashamed in the evil 

40. 14 Let them be ashamed and confounded 

69. 6 Let not them . .be ashamed for my sake 

70. 2 Let them be ashamed and confounded 
86. 17 they which hate me may. .be ashamed 

109. 28 when they arise, let them be ashamed 
119. 6 Then shall I not be ashamed, when 
119. 46 I will speak . . and will not be ashamed 
119. 78 Let the proud be ashamed ; for they 
119. 80 heart be sound . .that I be not ashamed 
127. 5 they shall not be ashamed, but they shall 
Isa. 1. 29 they shall be ashamed of the oaks 
20. 5 they shall be . . ashamed of Ethiopia 

23. 4 Be thou ashamed, O Zidon : for the sea 

24. 23 and the sun ashamed, when the Lord of 

26. 11 they shall see, and be ashamed for 

29. 22 Jacob shall not now be ashamed, neither 

41. 11 all. .shall be ashamed and confounded 

42. 17 they shall be greatly ashamed, that trust 
44. 9 they see not . .that they may be ashamed 
44. 11 all his fellows shall be ashamed 

44. 11 they shall fear . .they shall be ashamed 

45. 16 They shall be ashamed, and also 

45. i 7 ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded 
45. 24 all. .against him shall be ashamed 

49. 23 they shall not be ashamed that wait for 

50. 7 I know that I shall not be ashamed 
54. 4 Fear not . . thou shalt not be ashamed 

65. 13 shall rejoice, but ye shall be ashamed 

66. 5 your joy, and they shall be ashamed 
Jer. 2. 36 thou also shalt be ashamed of Egypt 

6. 15 Were they ashamed when they had 
6. 15 nay, they were not at all ashamed 
1 8. 12 Were they ashamed when they had 
8. 12 nay, they were not at all ashamed 
12. 13 they shall be ashamed of your revenues 
14. 3 they were ashamed and confounded 

14. 4 the plowmen were ashamed, they covered 

15. 9 she hath been ashamed and confounded 
17. 13 all that forsake thee shall be ashamed 
20. 11 they shall be greatly ashamed ; for they 
22. 22 then shalt thou be ashamed and 

31. 19 I was ashamed, yea, even confounded 
48. 13 the house of Israel was ashamed of 
48. 13 Moab shall be ashamed of Chemosh 
Eze. 32. 30 with their terror they are ashamed of 
36. 32 be ashamed and confounded for your 
Hos. 4. 19 they shall be ashamed because of their 

10. 6 Israel shall be ashamed of his own counsel 
Joel 2. 26, 27 my people shall never be ashamed 
Mic. 3. 7 Then shall the seers be ashamed, and the 
Zeph. 3. 11 In that day shalt thou not be ashamed 
Zech 1 j. 4 prophets shall be ashamed every one of 

S.TopUt to shame, EJ13 bosh, 5. 

Psa. 119. 116 let me not be ashamed of my hope 

4. T> be ashamed of one* s self, »i3 bosh, la. 

Gen. 2. 25 were both naked . .and were not ashamed 

5. To be ashamed, become red, nsn chapher. 

Job 6. 20 they came thither, and were ashamed 
Psa. 34. 5 and their faces were not ashamed 
Jer. 50. 12 she that bare you shall be ashamed 

6. To be dried up, v)y t yabash, 5. 

Isa. 30. 5 They were all ashamed of a people (that) 
Jer. 2. 26 so is the house of Israel ashamed 

6. 15 Were they ashamed when they had 
8. 9 The wise, .are ashamed, they are 
8. 12 Were they ashamed when they had 
Joel 1. 11 Be ye ashamed, O ye husbandmen 
Zech. 9. 5 her expectation shall be ashamed 

7. To be made ashamed, red, nsri chapher, 5. 
Isa. 33. 9 Lebanon is ashamed, .hewn down 

%.To be ashamed^ blush, eta kalam, 2. 

Numi2. 14 should she not be ashamed seven days? 
2 So, 10. 5 the men were greatly ashamed : and the 

19. 3 people being ashamed steal away when 
1 Ch. 19, 5 for the men were greatly ashamed 

ill. 30. 15 Levites were ashamed, and sanctified 
Psa. 74. 21 let not the oppressed return ashamed 
Jer. 3. 3 thou refusedst to be ashamed 
Eze. 16. 27 daughters, .are ashamed of thy lewd way 
16. 61 shalt remember thy ways, and be ashamed 
43. 10 they may be ashamed of their Iniquities 
43. 11 if they be ashamed . .shew them the form 



9. To be ashamed, ato'xy vo f Lat aischunomai. 
Lukei6. 3 I cannot dig ; to beg I am ashamed 
2 Co. 10. 8 I should boast. . I should not be ashamed 
Phil. 1. 20 that in nothing I shall be ashamed, but 

1 Te. 4. 16 if. . as a Christian, let him not be ashamed 
1. Jo. 2. 28 and not be ashamed before him at his 

10. To be ashamed of, i-naio-xyvofiai. 

Mark 8. 38 shall be ashamed of. .shall, .be ashamed 
Luke 9. 26 shall be ashamed of. .shall, .be ashamed 
Rom. 1. 16 I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ 
6. 21 those things whereof ye are now ashamed.' 

2 Ti. 1. 8 Be not thou therefore ashamed of the 

1. 12 nevertheless I am not ashamed : for I 
1. 16 and was not ashamed of my chain 
Heb. 2. 11 for which cause he is not ashamed to call 
11. 16 wherefore God is not ashamed to be 

11. To be utterly ashamed, Karata-x^o/xai. 

Luke 13. 17 all his adversaries were ashamed : and all 
Rom. 9. 33 whosoever believeth. .shall not be asham. 

10. 11 believeth on him shall not be ashamed 
2 Co. 7. 14 if I have boasted. .1 am not ashamed 
9. 4 Lest . . we . . should be ashamed in this 

12. To be turned in, ivTpewofiai,2 Th.3. 14; Tit. 2.8. 
ASHAKED, to make — 

1. To make ashamed, pale, KM3 bosh, 5. 
Prov. 12. 4 she that maketh ashamed (is) as 

2. To cause to blush, dSs Jcalam, 5. 

Job 11. 3 shall no man make thee ashamed? 

3. To shame utterly, Karaicrx^w kataischuno. . 
Rom. 5. 5 And hope maketh not ashamed ; because 

ASHAMED, needeth not to be — 
Not ashamed of, aveiraicrxvvTos anepaischuntos. 
2 Ti. 2. 15 workman that needeth not to be ashamed 

A'-SHAN, |;;''J> smoke. 

A Levitical city in Judah, afterwards given to Simeon. 
Josh. 15. 42 Libnah, and Ether, and A. 

19. 7 Ain. .and A. ; four cities and their 

1 Ch. 4. 32 their villages (were), Etam. .and A., five 
6. 59 And A. with her suburbs, and Beth 
ASH-BE'-A, ya^N man of Baal. 

The patronymic" of a family that sprang from Shelah 
son of Judah, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 4. 21 that wrought fine linen, of the house of A. 
ASH'-BEL, Saif'N man of Baal. 
A son of Benjamin, B.C. 1700. 

Gen. 46. 21 the sons of Benjamin (were) Belah.. and A. 

Num 26. 38 sons of Benj. after their families, .of A. 

1 Ch. 8. 1 Benjamin begat. .A. the second, and Ah. 

ASH-BE-LITE, "hiyxn belonging to Ashbel. 
A family that sprang from Ashbel. 

Num 26. 38 of Ashbel, the family of the A. : of Ahiram 
ASH'-DOD, ~\itjx fortress, castle. 
One of the five 'chief cities of the Philistines. It was 
strongly fortified, and stood on the border at the N. 
extremity of what afterwards belonged to Simeon to- 
wards Egypt. It is now called Asdud, and in the New 
Testament and LXX. Azotus. It is about 30 miles from 
the southern frontier of Canaan, 3 from the Mediter- 
ranean, and midway between Gaza and Joppa. 

Josh. 1 1. 22 in Gaza, in Gath, and in A. . .remained 
15. 46 all that (lay) near A., with their villages 
15. 47 A. with her towns and her villages, Gaza 

1 Sa. 5. 1 took the ark. .and brought it. .unto A. 

5. 3 when they of A. arose early on the morrow 

5. 5 on the threshold of Dagon in A. unto this 

5. 6 was heavy upon them of A., and he 

5. 6 and smote them with emerods, (even) A. 

5. 7 when the men of A. saw that (it was) so 

6. 17. for A. one, for Gaza one, for Askelonone 

2 Ch. 26. 6 and brake down the wall of . .A., and built 

26. 6 and built cities about A., and among the 
Neh. 13. 23 Jews (that) had married wives of A., of 

13. 24 children spake half in the speech of A. 
Isa. 20. 1 In the year that Tartan came unto A 

20. 1 and fought against A., and took it 
Jer. 25.20 Azzah, and Ekron, and the remnant of A. 
Amos 1. 8 I will cut off the inhabitant from A. 

3. 9 Publish in the palaces at A., and in the 
Zeph. 2. 4 they shall drive out A. at the noon day 
Zech. 9. 6 a bastard shall dwell in A., and I will 

ASH-DO-DITES, ASH-DO-THITES, "l^gS. 

The inhabitants of Ashdod. 

Josh. 13. 3 the Gazathites. .the A., the Eshkalonites 
Neh. 4. 7 when.. the A., heard that the walls of 

ASH-DOTH PIS'-GAH, napsri rrn^N s]wings ofPisgah. 

The spurs and ravines of Pisgah, the top of which is 

.Mount Nebo. Now Ain Musa. 

Deut. 3. 17 of- the plain, .the salt sea, under A. -p 

4, 49 of the plain, under the springs of P. 
Josh 12. 3 and from the south, under A.-p 

13. 20 Beth-peor, and A.-p. and Beth-jeshinioth 
A'-SHER, "K?N happy. 

1. Eighth son of Jacob, and second by Zilpah, Leah's 
maid. (See Aser, the N.T. form.) B.C. 1730. 
Gen. 30. 13 And Leah, .called his name A. 
35. 26 the sons of Zilpah. .Gad, and A. 
46. 17 the sons of A.; Jimnah, and Ishuah, and 
49. 20 Out of A. his bread (shall be) fat, and he 
Exod. 1. 4 Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and A. 
Num 26. 46 the name of the daughter of A. (was)Sar. 



Josh.17. 10 they met together in A. on the north, and 
17. 11 Manasseh had in. .A. Beth-shean and her 

iCh. 2. 2 Benjamin, Naphtali, Gad, and A. 

7. 30 sons of A.; Imnah, and Isuah, and Ishuai 
7. 40 All these (were) the children of A., heads 

2. Asher is used also as the name of the tribe descended 
from Asher, and of that part of Canaan in which they 
dwelt. 

Num. 1. 13 Of A.; Pagiel the son of Ocran 

1. 40 Of the children of A. , by their generations 

1. 41 that were numbered of . .the tribe of A. 

2. 27 that encamp.. (shall be) the tribe of A. 

2. 27 the captain of the children of A. (shall be) 
7. 72 Pagiel. .prince of the children of A. 
10. 26 And over, .the children of A. (was) Pagiel 
13. 13 Of the tribe of A., Sethur the son of M. 
26. 44 (Of) the children of A. after their families 
26. 47 These (are) the families . . of A. according 
34. 27 the prince of the tribe, .of A., Ahihud 

Deut 27. 13 shall stand, .to curse ; Reuben.. and A. 
33. 24 of A. he said, (Let) A. (be) blessed with 

Josh 19. 24 fifth lot came out for the tribe, .of A. 
19. 31 (is) the inheritance of the tribe, .of A. 
19. 34 the coast, .reacheth to A. on the west 
21. 6 of Gershon (had) . . out of the tribe of A. 
21. 30 out of the tribe of A., Mishal with her 

Judg. 1. 31 Neither did A. drive out the inhabitants 

5. 17 A. continued on the sea shore, and abode 

6. 35 he sent messengers unto A., and unto 

7. 23 Israel gathered themselves, .out of A. 

1 Ki. 4. 16 Baaiiah the son of Hushai (was) in A. and 

1 Ch. 6. 62 to the sons of Gershom . .out of . .A. 

6. 74 out of the tribe of A.; Mashal with her 

12. 36 of A., such as went forth to battle, .forty 

2 Ch. 30. 1 1 Nevertheless divers of A. . . humbled 
Eze. 48. 2 by the border of Dan . . a (portion for) A. 

48. 3 by the border of A. . . a (portion for) N. 
48. 34 one gate of Gad, one gate of A., one gate 

3. A town E. of Shechem, on the road to Beth-shean, in 
Manasseh, W. of the Jordan. Now Asirah. 

Josh. 17. 7 the coast of Manasseh was from A. to M. 
[The following localities were in the territory of 
Asher:— Abdon, Accho, Achshaph, Achzib, 
Ahlab, Amad, Aphek, Beten, Beth-Dagon, Beth- 
Emek, Beth-Rehob, Carmel, Ebron, Hali, Hara- 
mon, Helbah, Helkath.Hosah, Hukkok.Jiphtah- 
el, Kanah, Mearah, Mishal, Neiel, Sid^n, Uw- 
mah, &c.] 

A-SHE-RITE, n^xrr the (one of) AsJier. 
Patronymic of the tribe of Asher. 

Judg. 1. 32 But the A. dwelt among the Canaanites 

ASHES — 

I. Dust, {bruised, fine), isn epher. 
Gen. 18. 27 I. .(am but) dust and ashes 
Num 19. 9 a man. .shall gather up the ashes 

19. 10 he that gathereth the ashes, .shall wash 
2 Sa. 19. 9 Tamar put ashes on her head, and rent 
1 Ki. 20. 38 prophet, .disguised himself with ashes 

20. 41 he. .took the ashes away from his face 
Esth. 4. 1 Mordecai. .put on sackcloth with ashes 

4. 3 great mourning . . many lay in . . ashes 
Job 2. 8 and he sat down among the ashes 

13. 12 Your remembrances (are) like unto ashes 
30. 19 and I am become like dust and ashes 

42. 6 I abhor, .and repent in dust and ashes 
Psa. 102. 9 For I have eaten ashes like bread 

147. 16 he scattereth the hoar frost like ashes 
Isa. 44. 20 He feedeth on ashes : a deceived heart 

58. 5 spread sackcloth and ashes (under him)? 

61. 3 give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil 
Jer. 6. 26 sackcloth, and wallow thyself in ashes 
Lam. 3. 16 stones, he hath covered me with ashes 
Eze. 27. 30 they shall wallow themselves in the ashes 

28. 18 I will bring thee to ashes upon the earth 
Dan. 9. 3 by prayer.. with fasting.. and ashes 
Jon. 3. 6 covered, .with sackcloth, and satin ashes 
Mai. 4. 3 they shall be ashes under the soles of 

2. Ashes (fat), ]vy deshen. 

Lev. 1. 16 the altar, .by the place of the ashes 

4, 12 ashes are poured out. .ashes are poured 
6. 10 take up the ashes which the fire hath 
6. 11 carry forth the ashes without the camp 

1 Ki. 13. 3 ashes that (are) upon it shall be poured 

13. 5 and the ashes poured out from the altar 
Jer. 31. 40 valley of the dead bodies, and of the ashes 

1 3. Dust, (bruised, fine), "icy aphar. 

Num 19. 17 take of the ashes of the burnt heifer 

2 Ki. 23. 4 carried the ashes of them unto Bethel 

4. Dust, ashes, rj'9 piach. 

Exod. 9. 8 Take to you handfuls of ashes of the 

9. 10 they took ashes of the furnace, and stood 

5. Ashes, eynbers, o-irob'6s spodos. 

Matt 11. 21 have repented, .in sackcloth and ashes 
Luke 10. 13 repented, sitting in sackcloth and ashes 
Heb. 9. 13 ashes of an heifer sprinkling the unclean 

ASHES from, to receive or take away the, turn into — 
To remove or cleanse from ashes, |BH dashen, 3. 

Exod27. 3 make . . pans to receive his' ashes, Nu. 4. 13. 
To turn into ashes, retppSco tephroo, 2 Pe. 2. 6. 
A-SHI'-MA, nctn heaven 

An idol worshipped by the people of Haniath, and in- 
troduced into Samaria by the colonists whom Shalma- 
nezer settled therein. 

2 Ki. 17. 30 and the men of ITamath made A. 



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ASH-KE'-LON", AS-KE'-LON, )H?j??8 holm-oak. 
Askalon is mentioned as a city of the Philistines, Josh. 
„ g and i Sam. 6. 17. The tribe of Judah captured 
it rcl 1425 (Judges 1. 18), but it was retaken by the 
Philistines, and is frequently denounced by the pro- 
phets. It fell successively into the hands of the Egyp- 
tians, the Greeks, and the Romans. It became a 
bishop's see in the 4th century. It was besieged by the 
Crusaders in 1100, and again in 1148, without success. 
Baldwin III. captured it in 1157. Saladin re-took it in 
1187, and burnt it in 1191. Richard I. of England ob- 
tained possession the same year, and restored the 
fortifications in 1 192. Sultan Bibars destroyed its forti- 
fications and filled up its harbour in 1270. (Axfadan.) 
Judg. 1. 18 Also Judah took. .A. with the coast 

14. 19 he went down to A., and slew thirty men 

1 Sa. 6. 17 these (are) the golden emerods. .for A. 

2 Sa. 1. 20 publish (it) not in the streets of A.; lest 
Jer. 25. 20 the land of the Philistines, and A., and 

47. 5 A. is cut off (with) the remnant of their 
47. 7 Lord hath given it a charge against A. 

Amos 1. 8 I will cut off ..him that holdeth. .from A. 

Zeph. 2. 4 Gaza shall be forsaken, and A. a desolation 
2. 7 in the houses of A. shall they lie down in 

Zech. 9. 5 A. shall see (it), uud fear, .and A. shall 

ASH-KE'-NAZ, ASH-CHE'-NAZ, ^l?jK. 

1. Son of Gomer, sou of Japheth. 

Gen. 10. 3 the sons of Gomer; A., and Riphath, and 
1 Ch. 1. 6 the sons of Gomer; A., and Riphath, and 

2. The people or tribe whose original seat was in the 
neighbourhood of Armenia, along with the kingdoms 
of Ararat and Minni. 

Jer. 51. 27 call together, .the kingdoms of. .A. 

ASH'-NAH, m^ : N fortification. 

1. A town in W. of Judah, near Dan. 

Josh. 15. 33 the valley, Eshtaol, and Zoreah, and A. 

2. Another town in the plains of Judah. 
Josh. 15. 43 And Jiphtah, and A,, and Xezib 

ASH-PE'-NAZ, u??n. Meaning uncertain. 

The prince of the eunuchs under Nebuchadnezzar, B.C. 

606. 

Dan. 1. 3 the king spake unto A. the master of his 

ASH-TAR'-OTH, ASH-TOR'-ETH, AS-TAR'-OTH, 
ni-iiT^y, rnh:^ a wife. 

1. Au idol of the Philistines, Phoenicians, and Zidonians, 
worshipped by Israel soon after the death of Joshua, 
and also by Solomon. 

Judg. 2. 13 forsook the Lord, and served Baaland A. 

10. 6 the children of Israel, .served. .A., and 
1 Sa. 7. 3 put away. .A. from among you, and 

7. 4 the children of Israel did put away. .A. 

12. 10 forsaken the Lord, and have served. .A. 
31. 10 they put his armour in the house of A. 

1 KX 11. 5 Solomon went after A. the goddess of 

11. 33 and have worshipped A. the goddess of 

2 Ki. 23. 13 high places . . Solomon . . builded for A. 

2. A city on the E. of the Jordan, in Bashan. 

Dent. 1. 4 After he had slain . .Og. .dwelt at A. 
Josh. 9. 10 all that he did. .to Og. . which (was) at A. 

12. 4 the giants, that dwelt at A. and at Edrei 

13. 12 the kingdom of Og. .which reigned in A. 

13. 31 A., and Edrei, cities of the kingdom of 

3. A Levitical town of Manasseh, beyond Jordan. 

1 Ch. 6. 71 Unto the sons of Gershom . .A. with 
ASH-TE-RA-THITE, *n-;n^y of Ashteroth. 
Patronymic of one of David's worthies. 

1 Ch. 11. 44 TJzza the A., Shama and Jehiel the sons 

ASH-TER'-OTH KAR-NA'-UT. D;j"jp n^^-^V- 
A city of the Rephaim, in the kingdom of Og, in Man- 
asseh beyond Jordan. It was an abode of the Rephaim 
at the time of Chedorlaomer, B.C. 1913. (Ashterah.) 

Gen.14. 5 and smote the Rephaims in A. K., and 
ASH'-TJR, mn^x freeman. 
A son of Hezron, son of Pharez, B.C. 1560. 

iCh. 2. 24 Abiah Hezron's wife bare him A. the 
4. 5 A. the father of Tekoa had two wives 

ASH-TJR-ITES, nw*t brlonging.to Ashur. 
A tribe occupying the whole country W. of the Jordan 
above Jezreel, the district of the plain of Esdraelon. 
(Asherite occurs in Judg. 1. 32.) 

2 Sa. 2. 9 made him king over Gilead. .over the A. 
Eze. 27. 6 the company of the A. have made thy 

ASH'-VATH, ni?j7 made, wrought. 

I A son of Japhlet, a descendant of Asher, B.C. 1660. 
1 Ch. 7. 33 the sons of Japhlet ; Pasach . . and A. 
A-Sf-A, 'Acta. 
This name was first applied in the 4th century to the 
north-western peninsula of the Asiatic continent. It is 
also called Anatolia, although the latter term is more 
correctly used for a particular portion. " Asia Minor 
was the theatre of the earliest remarkable events re- 
corded in profane history ; as the Argonautic expedition, 
the Trojan war, in which the gods are said to have de- 
scended from Olympus and joined battle with mortals ; 
the conquests of the Persians, the overthrow of their 
empire by Alexander, and the settlement in this part of 
Asia of his successors. It subsequently fell under the 
Roman sway, and suffered severely in after-ages in the 
wars of the Saracens, Turks, Tartars, &c. It is also 
intimately connected with the early history of Chris- 
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tianity, and the first Christian churches were planted 
here." Its chief political divisions in ancient times 
were Bithynia, Cappadocia, Caria, Cilicia, Galatia, 
Lydia, Lycaonia and Isauria, Lycia, Mysia, Pamphylia, 
Paphlagonia, Phrygia, Pisidia, and Pontus. 

Acts 2. 9 the dwellers in Mesopotamia, and in. .A. 
6. 9 (the synagogue) of the Libertines, .of A. 
16. 6 were forbidden, .to preach the word in A. 
ig. 10 all they which dwell in A. heard the word 
19. 22 but he himself stayed in A. for a season 
19. 26 almost throughout all A., this Paul hath 
19. 27 whom all A. and the world worsh'ippeth 

19. 31 certain of the chief of A. . .sent unto him 

20. 4 there accompanied him into A. Sopater 
20. 4 and of A., Tychicus and Trophimus. 

20. 16 because he would not spend the time in A. 

20. 18 from the first day that I came into A. 

21. 27 the Jews which were of A., when they 

24. 18 certain Jews from A. found me purified 
27. 2 we launched, meaning to sail by. .A. 

1 Co. 16. 19 The churches of A. salute you. Aquila 

2 Co. 1. 8 have you ignorant of our trouble., in A. 
2 Ti. 1. 15 all they which are in A. be turned away 
1 Pe. 1. 1 the strangers scattered throughout. .A. 
Rev. 1. 4 John to the seven churches which are in A 

1. 11 send (it) unto the seven churches, .in A. 
ASIDE — 
By oneself, tear iBiav hat idian. 

Mark 7. 33 took him aside from the multitude 

[See also Carry, go, gone, lay, set, take, turn, 
turned.] 

ASIDE, to go or turn — 

To retire, withdraw, avaxvpea anachoreo. 

Matt. 2. 22 he turned aside into the parts of Galilee 
Acts 23. 19 and went, .aside privately, and asked 
26. 31 when they were gone aside, they talked 

A-Sf-EL, SN'b'ii God is doer. 

A Simeonite, grandfather of Jehu, B.C. 800. 

1 Ch. 4. 35 Josibiah, the son of Seraiah, the son of A. 

ASK (earnestly), to — 

1.2*6 inquire, ny3, vt$$ heah. 

Dan. 6. 7 ask a petition of any God or man for 
6. 12 ask. .of any God or man within thirty 
7. 16 I. .asked him the truth of all this 

2. To seek, inquire, trps baqash, 3. 

Judg. 6. 29 when they enquired and asked, they said 

2 Ch. 20. 4 Judah gathered . . to ask . . of the LORD 

3. To seek, search, cni darash. 

1 Ki. 14. 5 the wife, .cometh to ask a thing of thee 

4. To ask, hxy slutcd. 

Gen. 24. 47 I asked her, and said, "Whose daughter 
26. 7 the men. .asked.. of his wife; and he 
32. 17 and asketh thee, saying, Whose (art) thou? 
32. 29 Jacob asked . .and said, Tell (me) 
32. 29 "Wherefore (is) it (that) thou dost ask 

37. 15 the man asked him.. What seekest thou? 

38. 21 he asked the men of that place. .Where 
40. 7 he asked Pharaoh's officers that (were) 
43. 7 The man asked us straitly of our state 

43. 27 he asked them of . .welfare, and said 

44. 19 My lord asked his servants. .Have ye a 
Exodi3. 14 it shall be when thy son asketh thee 

18. 7 they asked each other of. .welfare 
XUU127. 21 Eleazar. .shall ask. .for him 

Deut. 4. 32 ask now of the days that are past, which 
6. 20 when thy son asketh thee in time to come 
13. 14 and make search, and ask diligently 
32. 7 ask thy father, and he will shew thee 
Josh. 4. 6, 21 when your children ask. .in time to 
9. 14 the men . . asked not . . at the mouth 
15. 18 she moved him to ask of her father a field 

19. 50 they gave him the city which he asked 
Judg. 1. 1 the children of Israel asked the Lord 

1. 14 she moved him to ask of her father a field 
5. 25 He asked water, .she gave (him) milk 
13. 6 I asked him not whence he (was), neither 
13. 18 Why askest thou thus after my name 
iSa. 1. 17 thy petition that thou hast asked of him 
1. 20 Because I have asked him of the Lord 

1. 27 given me my petition which I asked . . him 

8. 10 unto the people that asked of him a king 
12. 17 which ye have done . . in asking you a king 
12. 19 we have added, .evil, to ask us a king 
19. 22 asked and said, Where (are) Samuel and 

25. 8 Ask thy young men, and they will shew 
28. 16 Wherefore then dost thou ask of me 

2 Sa. 14. 18 Hide not. .the thing that I shall ask thee 

1 Ki. 2. 16 I ask one petition of thee, deny me not 

2. 22 why dost thou ask Abishag. .forAdonijah? 

2. 22 ask for him the kingdom also ; for he (is) 

3. 5 God said. Ask what I shall give thee 

3. 10 LORD, that Solomon had asked this thing 

3. 11 thou hast asked., hast not asked., neither 
3. 13 given thee that which thou hast not asked 

10. 13 kingSoIomon gave, .whatsoever sheasked 

2 Ki. 2. 9 Ask what I shall do for thee, before I be 

2. 10 he said, Thou hast asked a hard thing 

8. 6 when the king asked the woman, she told 
2 Ch. 1. 7 said unto him. Ask what I shall give thee 

1. 11 thou hast not asked riches, wealth, or 
1. 11 hast asked long life ; but hast asked 

9. 12 kingSolomongave. .whatsoever she asked 
!Neh. 1. 2 I asked them concerning the Jews that 
Job 12. 7 ask now the beasts, and they shall teach 

21. 29 Have ye not asked them that go by the 



Psa. 2. 8 Ask of me, and I shall give, .the heathen 
21. 4 He asked life of thee.. thou gavest (it) 
78. 18 tempted, .by asking meat for their lust 
105. 40 (The people) asked, and he brought quails 

Isa, 7. 11 Ask thee a sign of the Lord thy God 

7. 11 ask it either in the depth, or in the height 
7. 12 Ahaz said, I will not ask, neither will I 
30. 2 walk, .and have not asked at my mouth 
41. 28 no counsellor, that, when I asked of them 
45. 11 Ask me of things to come concerning my 
58. 2 they ask of me the ordinances of justice 
65. 1 I am sought of (them that) asked not 

Jer. 6. 16 Stand ye. .and ask for the old paths 

15. 5 who shall go aside to ask how thou doest? 
18. 13 Ask ye now among the heathen, who hath 
23. 33 when this people, .shall ask thee, saying 
30. 6 Ask ye now, and see whether a man doth 
36. 17 they asked Baruch, saying, Tell us now 

37. 17 the king asked him secretly in his house 
38. 14 I will ask thee a thing; hide nothing from 
38. 27 Then came all the princes, .and asked 
48. 19 ask him that fleeth, and her that escapeth 
50. 5 They shall ask the way to Zion with their 

Lam. 4. 4 the young children ask bread, .no man 
Mic. 7. 3 the prince asketh, and the judge, .for a 
Hag. 2. 11 Ask now the priests, .the law, saying 
Zech 10. 1 Ask ye of the Lord rain in the time of the 

5. To ask {for oneself), hxy skoal, 2. 

1 Sa. 20. 6, 28 say, David earnestly asked . . of me 

Q.To ask (earnestly), "?n^ ; shacd, 3. 

2 Sa. 20. 18 They shall surely ask. .at Abel 

7. To ask (earnestly). 7Xy?s7tel, 3. 

Ezra 5. 9 Then asked we those elders, (and) said 

5. 10 We asked their names also, to certify 

Dan. 2. 10 asked such things at any magician, or 

8.Jb ask, crave, air 4 a aiteo. 

Matt. 5. 42 Give to him that asketh thee, and from 

6. 8 what, .ye have need of, before ye ask him 

7. 7 Ask, and it shall be given you ; seek, and 
7. 8 every one that asketh receiveth ; and he 
7. 9 if his son ask bread, will he give him a 
7. 10 if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent 
7. 11 give good things to them that ask him? 

14. 7 to give her whatsoever she would ask 
18. 19 as touching anything that they shall ask 

20. 22 Jesus answered. .Ye know not what ye ask 

21. 22 all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in 
27. 20 that they should ask Barabbas, and 

Mark 6. 22 Ask of me whatsoever thou wilt, and I 
6. 23 Whatsoever thou shalt ask of me, I will 
6. 24 went forth, and said. .What shall I ask? 
6. 25 she came in. .with haste, .and asked 

10. 38 Jesus said. .Ye know not what ye ask 
Luke 1. 63 he asked for a writing-table, and wrote 

6. 30 Give to every man that asketh of thee 

11. 9 I say unto you, Ask, and it shall be given 
11. 10 every one that asketh receiveth ; and he 
11. 11 If a son shall ask bread of any of you that 
11. 12 Or if he shall ask an egg, will be offer him 

11. 13 give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him? 

12. 48 to whom men . committed, .they will ask 
John 4. 9 How is it that thou, being a Jew, askest 

4. 10 thou wouldest have asked of him, and he 
11. 22 whatsoever thou wilt ask of God, God 
14. 13 whatsoever ye shall ask in my name 

14. 14 If ye shall ask anything in my name 
15- 7 ye shall ask what ye will, aDd it shall 

15. 16 that whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father 

16. 23 in that day ye shall ask me nothing 

16. 24 Hitherto have ye asked nothing, .ask, and 
16. 26 At that day ye shall ask in my name: and 
Acts 3. 2 to ask alms of them that entered into 
Eph. 3. 20 to do. .above all that we ask or think 
Jas. 1. 5 If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask 
1. 6 let him ask in faith, nothing wavering 
4. 2 yet ye have not, because ye ask not 

4. 3 Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask 
1 Pe. 3. 15 an answer to every man that asketh 

1 Jo. 3. 22 whatsoever we ask, we receive of him 

5. 14 that, if we ask anything according to his 
5. 15 whatsoever we ask, we knowthat we have 
5. 16 he shall ask, and he shall give him life 

9. To search out, ££€Ta,£w ez&tazo. 

Jo. 21. 12 none of the disciples durst ask him 
10.7*0 inquire, ask, eVepoiTaaj eperotao. 

Matt 12. 10 they asked him, saying. Is it lawful to heal 
17. 10 his disciples asked him, saying, Why then 

22. 23 same day came. .Sadducees..and asked 
22. 35 Then one of them, .a lawyer, asked 

22. 41 the Pharisees were., together, Jesus asked 
22. 46 neither durst any (man), .ask him more 
27. 11 the governor asked him, saying, Art 
Mark 5. 9 he [asked] him,What(is)thyname? And 

7. 5 the Pharisees and scribes asked him, Why 

7. 17 his disciples asked him concerning the 

8. 5 he asked them. How many loaves have 
8. 23 he asked him if he saw ought 

8. 27 by the way he asked his disciples, saying 

9. 11 they asked him, saying. Why say the 

9. 16 he asked the scribes, What question ye 
9. 21 he asked his father, How long is it ago 
9. 28 his disciples asked him privately, Why 
9. 32 understood not. .and. were afraid to ask 
9. 33 he asked them, What was it that ye 
10. 2 the Pharisees came to him, and asked 
10. 10 in the house his disciples asked him again 
10. 17 there came one running, .and asked him 

12. 18 the Sadducees. .asked hini, saying 



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Marki2. 28 one of the scribes, .asked him, Which 

12. 34 no mau after that durst ask him 

13. 3 Peter and James. . Jolm. . Andrew asked 

14. Co the high priest, .asked Jesus, saying 

14. 61 the high priest asked him, and said 

15. 2 Pilate asked him. Ait thou the King of 

15. 4 Pilate asked him again, saying 

75. 44 calling, .the centurion, he asked him 
Luke 3. 10 the people asked him, saying, What shall 
6. 9 Then said Jesus unto them, I will ask you 
8. 9 his disciples asked him, saying, What 

8. 30 Jesus asked him, saying, What is thy 

9. 18 he asked them, saying, Whom say the 
18. 18 a certain ruler asked him, saying, Good 
18. 40 when he was come near, he asked him 

20. 21 they asked him, saying, Master, we know 
"o 27 certain of the Sadducees.. asked him 

21! 7 they asked him, saying, Master, hut 
- • 64 they struck him on the face, and asked 
03 3 Pilate [asked] him, saying. Art thou the 
23. 6 When Pilate heard of Galilee, he asked 
John 18. 7 Then asked he them again, Whom seek 

18. 21 Why[askest] thou meV [ask] them which 
Acts 5. 27 and the high priest asked them 

23. 34 he asked of what province he was 
1 Co. 14. 35 let them ask their husbands at home 

11. 7*0 ask of, iptoT&u} erotao. 

Matt 16. 13 he a ked his disciples, saying, Whom do 

21. 24 I also will ask you one thing, which 
Mark 4. 10 they that were about him. .asked of him 
Luke 9. 45 they feared to [ask] him of that saying 

19. 31 if any man ask you, Why do ye loose 

20. 3 I will also ask you one thing ; and answer 

22. 68 if I also ask (you), ye will not answer 
John 1. 19 when the Jews sent priests, .to ask him 

1. 21 they asked him, What then? Art thou 

i. 25 they asked him, and said unto him 

5. 12 Then asked they him, What man is that 

8. 7 [So when they continued asking him] 

9. 2 his disciples asked him, saying, Master 
9. 15 Then again the Pharisees also asked him 
9. 19 they asked them, saying, Is this your 

9. 21 ask him : he shall speak for himself 
9. 23 said his parents, He is of age ; ask him 

16. 5 none of you asketh me, Whither goest 
j6. 19 Jesus knew, .they were desirous to ask 
i6. 23 in that day ye shall ask me nothing 

16. 30 needest not that any man should ask 
18. 19 The high priest then asked Jesus of his 
Acts 3. 3 who seeing Peter and John, .asked an 

12. 7% collect, lay together, Spe&fa Xe^w lego. 
Acts 25. 20 I asked (him) whether he would go to 

1-3. TV ask information, nvvvBdvofiai punthanomai. 
Lukeis. 26* and asked what these things meant 

18. 36 hearing the multitude pass by, he asked 
Jolm 13. 24 [that lie should ask who it should be] 
Acts 4. 7 they asked, By what power, or by what 
10. 18 And called, and asked whether Simuu 
10. 29 I ask therefore for what intent ye have 

23. 19 asked.. What is that thou hast to tell me? 

ASK after or of, to — 

To inquire of, ask, iTrepicraw cjierotad. 

Markn. 29 I will also ask of you one question 
Acts 1. 6 they asked of him, saying, Lord, wilt 
Hum 10. 20 mauifest unto them that asked not after 

ASK again, to — 

To ask {back, beside), airairio) aptaited. 

Luke 6. 30 of him that taketh away. .ask. .not again 

ASK counsel, to — 
To ask, !?§$ sin/at. 

JudgiS. 5 Ask counsel, we pray thee, of God, that 
20. 18 asked counsel of God, and said, Which of 
23 Israel, .asked counsel of the LORD 
i, Sa 14. 37 Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go 
Pios. 4. i2 Sly people ask counsel of their stocks 

ASK questions, to — 

l.To ask uh'uit, i-xtpwrao) eperotao. 

Matt 22. 35 Then one. .asked (him a epiestion) 
Luke 2. 46 him in. .temple, .asking, .questions 

20. 40 they durst not ask him any (question at 

2.To examine, ask questions, avaKpivw anakrino. 
1 Co. 10. 25 asking no question for conscience sake 

ASK on, to — 

To "sk, y$ shoal. 

1 Ki. 2. 20 thekingsaid unto her, Ask on, my mother 

I SKLNG — 
Yd -'sir, ?x;r shaal. 

1 Ch. 10. 13, 27 for asking, .familiar Spirit, to enquire 

ASLEEP — 

l.Asle&pj blkeping, ]p", yashen. 

1 Sa 46. is in' man saw. .for they (were) all asleep 
Sung 7. 9 causing the lips of those that are asleep 

2.7*0 lie doion to sleep. nadcvSco katheudo. 

Matt26. 40 the disciples, ami fmdeth them asleep 

26. 43 he came and found them asleep again 
Mark 4. 3S was in the hinder part of the ship, asleep 

14. 40 when he returned, he found them asleep 

ASLEEP, to he — 

1,2*0 //'■ th.u'n to sh-r/'y KaOzvSw kathcudr,. 

Malt, :', .■] the ship was covered , .hut he was nsle< ;• 



2. To be laid down in death, Koifxdofiai koimaomai. 
1 Th. 4. 13 concerning them which are asleep, that 
4. 15 shall not prevent them which are asleep 

ASLEEP, to be fast — 

To be in a dee}) sleep, uri radam. 

Judg. 4. 21 for he was fast asleep and weary 

Jon. 1. 5 Jouahwasgouedown..audwasfastasleep 

ASLEEP, to fall — 

l.To fall fast asleep, a<pvirv6w aphiqmoo. 

Luke 8. 23 But as they sailed he fell asleep 
2. To be laid down (in death), Koifj.dofj.aL. 

Acts 7. 60 when lie had said this, he fell asleep 

1 Co. 15. 6 part remain, .but some are fallen asleep 

15. iS they, .which are fallen asleep in Christ 

2 Pe. 3. 4 since the fathers fell asleep, all things 

AS'-NAH, n'jpS dweller in the thornbush. 

A Nethinim* whose descendants came up with Zerub- 

babel from Babylon, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 50 The children of A., the children of Meh. 

A- SNAP '-PER, *i£j?x A snap the great. 
An Assyrian satrap who settled Cuthrcans in the cities 
of Samaria. Perhaps he wasEsar-haddon, or one of his 
chief captains, B.C. 678. 

Ezra 4. 10 nations whom the great and noble A. 
ASP — 
I. Asp, adder, \n% pethen. 

Deut32. 33 Their wine, .the cruel venom of asps 

Job 20. 14 (Vet) his meat, .(is) the gall of asps 
20. 16 He shall suck the poison of asps 

Isa. 11. 8 child shall play on the hole of the asp 
2. An asp, kindofmper, aenris as2ns. 

Rom. 3. 13 the poison of asps, .under their lips 

AS-PA'-THA, Nratpx horsc-'jir,,/. 

Third sou of Haman the Agagite, B.C. 510. 

Esth. 9. 7 And Parshandatha, and Dalphon, and A. 

AS-PJ'-EL, ASH-RT-EL, ^"fr-H God is joined. 

1. Son of Gilead, grandson of Manasseh, B.C. 1660. 
Nuni26. 31 And (of) A., the family of the Asrielites 
Josh 17. 2 There was also, .for the children of A. 

2. A son of Manasseh, B.C. 1660. 

1 Ch. 7. 14 sons of: Manasseh ; A., whom she hare 

AS-RI-E-LITES, ;^H'P&q the (one of) Asriel. 
The family or descendants of Asriel. 

Num,26. 31 (of) Asriel, the family of the A.: and (of) 
ASS — 

1. Ass, (so called from its endurance), pnx atTwii. 
Gen. 49. 11 Biuding. .his ass's colt, .he washed his 
NtimaS. 21 Balaam rose up. .and saddled his ass 

22. 22 Now lie was riding upon his ass, and his 
22. 23, 25, 27 the ass saw the angel of the LORD 
22. 23 the ass turned aside out of the way 
22. 23 Balaam smote the ass, to turn her 
22. 27 and he smote the ass with a staff 
22. 28 the Lord opened the mouth of the ass 
22. 29 Balaam said unto the ass, Because thou 
22. 30 ass said unto Balaam, (Am) not I thine ass 
22. 32 Wherefore hast thou smitten thine ass 
22. 33 the ass saw me, and turned from me 
Judg. 5. 10 Speak, ye that ride on white asses 

1 Sa. 9. 3 the asses of Kish Saul's father were lost 

9. 3 one of the servants, .go seek the asses 
9. 5 my father leave (caring) for the asses 
9. 20 thine asses that were lost three days ago 
10. 2 The asses which thou wentest to seek 
10. 2 thy father hath left the care of the asses 
10. 14 Whither went ye ?. . To seek the asses 
10. 16 told us plainly that the asses were found 

2 Kl. 4. 22 Send me, I pray thee . . one of the asses 

4. 24 she saddled an ass, and said to her 
1 Ch. 27. 30 over the asses. . JehdeiahtheMeronothite 
Job 1. 4 oxen were plowing, and the asses feeding 
Zech. 9. 9 and upon a colt the foal of an ass 
2. Ass (so called from its ruddy colour), lien. 

Gen. 22. 3 Abraham, .saddled his ass, aud took two 
22. 5 Abide ye here with the ass ; and I and 
24. 35 the Lord, .hath given., camels, and asses 
30. 43 the man. .had. .camels, and asses 
32. 5 I have oxen, and asses, flocks, and men 
34. 28 They took their sheep, .and their asses 
36. 24 as he fed the asses of Ziheon his father 
42. 26 they laded their asses with the corn 

42. 27 to give his ass provender in the inn 

43. 18 take us for bondmen, and our asses 

43. 24 and he gave their asses provender 

44. 3 men were sent away, they and their asses 

44. 13 laded every man his ass, and returned to 

45. 23 ten asses laden with the good things of 
47. 17 Joseph gave them bread, .for the asses 
49. 14 Issachar. .a strong ass couching down 

Exod. 4. 20 set them upon an ass, and he returned 
9. 3 the hand of the Lord is. .upon the asses 
13. 13 every firstling of an ass thou shalt 

20. 17 Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's, .ass 

21. 33 if. .an ox or an ass fall therein 

22. 4 whether it be ox, or ass, or sheep ; he shall 
22. 9 For all manner of trespass, .for ass, for 

22. 10 If a man deliver, .an ass. .to keep 

23. 4 If thou meet thine enemy's ox or his ass 
"3- 5 If thou see the ass of him that hateth 
23. 12 that thine ox and thine ass may rest 

; I. 20 the firstling of an ass thou shaft redeem 



Num 16. 15 I have not taken one ass from them 
31. 28 levy a tribute . . of the asses, and of the 
31. 30 one portion of fifty, .of the asses, and of 
31. 34 threescore aud one thousand asses 
31. 39 the asses . . thirty thousand and five 

31. 45 thirty thousand asses and live hundred 
Deut. 5. 14 thoushaltnot do any work, .nor thine ass 

5. 21 neither shalt thou covet, .his ass, or any 
22. 3 In like manner shalt thou do with- his ass 
22. 4 Thou shalt not see thy brother's ass or his 
22. 10 Thou shalt not plow with an ox and an ass 
28. 31 thine ass. .violently taken away from 

Josh 6. 21 they utterly destroyed all. .sheep,and ass 

7. 24 Joshua . . took A chen . . and his asses 

9. 4 took old sacks upon their asses, and wine 

15. 18 she lighted olf (her) ass; and Caleb said 

Judg. 1. 14 she lighted from off (her) ass ; and Caleb 

6. 4 left no sustenance.. neither.. ox, nor ass 
15. 15 he found a new jawbone of an ass, and 
15. 16 With the jawbone of an ass, heaps upon 
15. 16 with the jaw of an ass have I slain 

19. 3 having his servant, .and a couple of asses 
19. 10 and. .with him two asses saddled, his 
19. 19 Yet there is. . provender for our asses 
19. 21 gave provender unto the asses : and they 
19. 28 Then the man took her (up) upon an ass 

1 Sa. 8. 16 he will take. . your asses, and put. .to his 

12. 3 whose ass have I taken? or whom have I 

15. 3 slay, .man and woman. . camel aud ass 
io. 20 Jesse took au ass . ..with bread, and 

22. 19 smote he . . both . . oxen, and asses, and 
25. 18 Abigail, .took, .loaves, .and laid, .asses 
25. 20 it was. .she rode on the ass, that she 
25. 23 she hasted, and lighted oft the ass, and 
25. 42 And Abigail hasted . . and rode upon an ass 
27. 9 David.. took., the oxen, and the asses 

2 Sa. 16. 1 Ziba. .met him, with a couple of asses 

16. 2 The asses (he) for the king's household 

17. 23 he saddled (his) ass, and arose, and gat 
19. 26 I will saddle me an ass, that I may 

1 Ki. 2. 40 Shimei arose, and saddled his ass, and 

13. 13 said unto his sous, Saddle me the ass 
13. 13 So they saddled him the ass : and lie 
13. 23 that he saddled for him the ass 

13. 24 and the ass stood by it, the lion also 
13. 27 saying, Saddle me the ass. And they 
13. 28 and the ass and the lion standing by the 
13. 28 the lion had not . . nor torn the ass 
13. 29 and laid it upon the ass, and brought 

2 Ki. 6. 25 until an ass's head was., for fourscore 

7. 7 and left their tents . . and their asses 

7. 10 but horses tied, and asses tied, and the 

1 Ch. 5. 21 they took away . . of asses two thousand 

12. 40 Moreover they . . brought bread on asses 

2 Ch. 28. 15 carried all the feeble of them upon asses 
Ezra 2. 67 asses, six thousand seven hundred and 
Neh. 7. 69 thousand seven hundred, .twenty asses 

13. 15 bringing in sheaves, and lading asses 
Job 24. 3 They drive away the ass of the fatherless 
Prov.26. 3 A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass 
Isa. 1. 3 The ox kuoweth his owner, and the ass 

21. 7 And he saw. .a chariot of asses, .a chariot 

32. 20 that send forth . .the feet of.. the ass 
Jer. 22. 19 shall he buried with the burial of au ass 
Eze. 23. 20 whose flesh . . the flesh of asses, and whose 
Zech. 9. 9 lowly, and riding upon an ass, and upon 

14. 15 so shall he the plague of. .the ass ; and of 
Z.Afi oss, (mate or femede), tvos ovos. 

Matt 21. 2 straightway ye shall find an ass tied' 
21. 5 thy King cometh. .sitting upon an ass 
21. 7 brought the ass. .and put on them their 

Lukei3. 15 doth not each one.. loose his.. ass 

14. s Which of you shall have an [ass] Jo. 2. 15. 

4.Anass(ofburden),vTroZ,uyiov ) 'Mt.2i.<; 2 Pe.2.16. 

ASS colt — 

A young ass, tj? ayir. 

Judg 10. 4 thirty sons that rode on thirty ass colts 
12. 14 thirtynephews,tlu*itrode on. .ten ass colts 
ASS, he — 
An ass, (from its ruddy colour), *vi£n chamor. 

Gen. 12. 16 he had sheep, and oxen, and he asses 

ASS, young 1 — 

1.^ young ass, *ry ayir. 

Isa. 30. 6 riches upon the shoulders of young asses 
30. 24 young asses that ear the ground shall 

2. A little ass, a colt, bvdpiov onarion. 

John 12. 14 Jesus, when he had found a young ass 

ASS, -wild — 

1mA wild or free ass, N"J£ arad. 

Dan. 5. 21 and his dwelling, .with the wild asses 

2..-1 icild or free ass, TTIJJ arod. 

Job 39. 5 hath loosed the bands of the wild ass? 

3.,-l free or wild ass, tos pere. 

Job 6. 5 Doth the wild ass bray when he hath 
11. 12 though man be born, .a wild ass's colt 
24. 5 wild asses in the desert, go they forth 
39. 5 Who hath sent out the wild ass free? 
rsa.104. 11 the wild asses quench their thirst 
Isa. 32. 14 for dens for ever, a joy of wild asses 
Jer. 2. 24 A wild ass. .smiffeth up the wind at her 

14. 6 the wild asses did stand in the high 
IIos. 8. 9 a wild ass alone by himself : Ephraim 

ASSAULT — 

An assaidt, pressure, vpfxi) J/orme. 

Acts 14. 5 there was an assault made both of the 



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ASSAULT, to — 
l.To press, ira tsur. 

Esth. 8. n all the power, .that would assault them 
2. To place or put oneself against, i<pio-T7]/xt. 

Acts 17. 5 But the Jews, .assaulted the house of 

ASSAY, to — 

l.To begin, be desirous, ?n; yaal, 5. 
iSa. 17. 39 David girded his sword, .and lie assayed to 

2.7*o try, prove, nD3 nasah, 3. 

Deut. 4. 34 hath God assayed to go (and) take him a 

Job 4. 2 (If) we assay to commune with thee, wilt 
3.7*o make trial, iretpdfa peirazo. 

Acts 16. 7 they assayed to go into Bithyuia : but 
4. To try or attempt, vetpdoficCt peiraomai. 

Acts 9. 26 heassaycd to join himself to the disciples 
ASSAYING — 
To make an attempt, irelpav Xa/xfidveiv. 

Heb. 11. 29 the Egyptians assaying to do were 
ASSEMBLE, to — 
X. To gather, r\ox asaph. 

1 Ch. 15. 4. David assembled the children of Aaron 
Isa. 11. 12 he . . shall assemble the outcasts of Israel 
Jer. 12. 9 come ye, assemble all the beasts of the 

21. 4 I will assemble them into the midst of 
Eze. 11- 17 I will, .assemble you out of the countries 
Dau. 11. 10 his sons, .shall assemble a multitude of 
Mic. 2. 12 I will surely assemble, O Jacob, all of 
4. 6 In that day. .will I assemble her that 

2. To cry, call, summon, pn\ zaaq, 5. 

2 Sa. 20. 4 Assemble riie the men of Judah within 

20. 5 Amasa went to assemble . . Judah : but he 

3. To be in the host, or to serve it, xii tsabd. 
Exod3S. 8 assembling, which assembled (at) the door 
1 Sa. 2. 22 they lay with the women that assembled 

4. To press, j>3i3 qabats. 

Joel 2. 16 assemble the elders, gather the children 
5. To Depressed', gathered, |'3p qabats, 2. 

Ezra 10. 1 there assembled unto him out of Israel 

6. To call together, hn^qahal, 5. 

Num. 1. 18 they assembled all the congregation 

1 Ki. 8. 1 Then Solomon assembled the elders of 

12. 21 he assembled all the house of Judah 
i Ch. 28. 1 David assembled all the princes of Israel 

2 Ch. 5. 2 Then Solomon assembled the elders of Is. 
7. To meet tumulluously, ti'ii regash, 5. 

Dan. 6. 11 these men assembled, and found Daniel 
6. 15 Then these men assembled unto the king 

ASSEMBLE selves, to — 

l.To be gathered, fjdn asaph, 2. 

Judg 10. 17 children of Israel assembled themselves 
Jer. 4. 5 Assemble yourselves, and let us go into 

8. 14 assemble yourselves, and let. us enter into 
Amos 3. 9 Assemble yourselves upon the mountains 

2. To gather themselves, turn in, "Da r/ur, 7a. 
Hos. 7. 14 they assemble themselves'for corn and 

3.7*0 be cried, called, summoned, pyt zaaq, 2. 
, i Sa. 14. 20 all the people, .assembled themselves' 
4. 7>> be met by appointment, iy; yaad, 2. 

Num 10. 3 the assembly shall assemble themselves 
5.7*0 hasten, chy ysh. 

Joel 3. 11 Assemble yourselves, and come, all ye 
6.7*0 be pressed together, fnj} qabats, 2. 

Isa. 45. 20 Assemble yourselves and come ; draw 
48. 14 All ye, assemble yourselves, and hear 

Eze. 39. 17 Assemble yourselves, and come; gather 

7. To be called, invited, Vnjj qahal, 2. 

1 Ki. 8. 2 all the men of Israel assembled themselves 

2 Ch. 5. 3 all the men of Israel assembled themselves 

20 26 on the fourth day they assembled themsel. 

8. 7*o go or lead together, <ruvdya> sunago. 
Acts ii- 26 they assembled themselves with the 

ASSEMBLE selves by troops, to — 

7*o gather together in troops, T13 gadad, 7a. 

i Jer. 5. 7 they.. assembled.. by troops in the harlot s 
ASSEMBLE together, to — 
1.7*0 be called, invited, 7715 qahal, 2. 

Josh 18. 1 whole congregation . .assembled together 
Esth. q. 1 8 the Jews, .at Shusan assembled together 

2.7*0 meet tuviidtuously, v}y~\ regash, 5. 

Dan. 6. 6 these presidents and princes assembled t. 

3. 7*o lead or go together, o-wdyw sufyago. 

Matt 26. 3 Then assembled together the chief priests 

ASSEMBLED, to be — 

1- 7*o be gatliered, added, ^px asaph, 2. 

Ezra 9. 4 Then were assembled unto me every one 
Neh. 9. 1 the children of Israel were assembled 
Isa. 43. 9 let the people be assembled : who among 

2.7*0 be Diet by appointment, ~iy_; yaad, 2. 

1 Ki. 8. 5 congregation . .that were assembled unto 

2 Ch. 5. 6 that were assembled unto him befpre the 
Psa. 48. 4 kings were assembled, they passed by 

3. 7*o be called, invited, hn$ qahal, 2. . . 

E^e. 33, 7 tliy company that are assembled unto 



4. 7*o bring or lead together, (rvvdyto sunago. 

Matt 26. 57 the scribes and the elders were assembled 
28. 12 whenthey were assembled with the elders 

John 20. 19 the disciples [were assembled] for fear of 
5.7*0 become, be, yivofxat ginomai. 

Acts 15. 25 It seemed good uuto lis, being assembled 

ASSEMBLED together(with,)to be — 

1.7*0 bring or lead together, cwdyw sunago. 

Acts 4. 31 where they were assembled together 
2.7*t> throng together^ o~uva\i£o/j.aL sunalizomai. 

Acts 1. 4 being assembled together with (them) 
ASSEMBLED with, to be — 
7*o come together, awepxofxai sunerchomai. 

Marki4-53 with him were assembled all the chief 
ASSEMBLIES — 
Gatherings, nispx asuppotli'. 

Eccl. 12. 11 fastened (by) the masters of assemblies 
ASSEMBLING together — 
A coming (together, to, or) Upon, tirio-uvaytof). 

Heb. id. 25 Not forsaking the assembling. , together 

ASSEMBLY — 

I. An apjjointed gathering, "ijro moed. 

Lam. 1. 15 he hath called an assembly against me 
Eze. 44. 24 they shall keep. \m all mine assemblies 

I.Seat, 2!pD moshab. 

Psa. 107. 32 praise him iu the assembly of the elders 
3. Convocation, tqpP miqra. 

Isa. 1. 13 the calling of assemblies I cannot away 
4. 5 the Lord will create . . upon her assemblies 

4. Secret assembly, lio sod. 

Psa. 89. 7 greatly to be feared in the assembly 

in. 1 in the assembly of the upright, and (in) 
Jer. 6. 11 I will pour it out. .Upon the assembly 

15. 17 I sat not in the assembly of the mockers 
Eze. 13. 9 they shall not be in the assembly 

5. An appointed •meeting, rny edafi. 

Lev. 8. 4 the assembly was gathered together unto 
Num. 8. 9 the whole assembly of the children of Is. 
10. 2 use them for the calling of the assembly 
10. 3 the assembly shall assemble themselves 

16. 2 fifty princes of the assembly, famous 

20. 8 gather thou the assembly together, thou 
Psa. 22. 16 the assembly of the wicked have inclosed 

86. 14 the assemblies of violent (men) have 
Prov. 5. 14 midst of the congregation and assembly 

6. A gathering, rest mint, r\~\y'j_. otscreth. 

Jer. 9. 2 they (be), .an assembly of treacherous 

7. Called or invited gathering, bn$ qahal. 

Gen. 49. 6 unto their assembly, mine honour, be not 
Exod 12. 6 whole assembly of the congregation of 

16. 3 to kill this whole assembly with hunger 
Lev. 4. 13 be hid from the eyes of the assembly 
Num 14. 5 fell on their faces before all the assembly 

20. 6 went from the presence of the assembly 
Deut. 15. 22 the Lord spake unto all your assembly 

9. 10 the Lord spake . . the day of the assembly 
10. 4 the Lord spake, .the day of the assembly 
■ 18. 16 thou desiredst. .the day of the assembly 
Judg 20. 2 presented themselves in the assembly 

21. 8 none, .from Jabesh-gileadtotheassembly 

1 Sa. 17. 47 all this assembly shall know that the 

2 Ch. 30. 23 the whole assembly took counsel to keep 
Jer. 26. 17 of the elders, .spake to all the assembly 

50. 9 I will raise, .up. .an assembly of 
Eze. 23. 24 come against thee, with an assembly of 

8. Called or invited assembly, ii?np qehillah. 

Neh. 5. 7 And I set a great assembly against them 

9. What is called out or forth, iKK\naia ekklesia. 
Acts 19. 32 the assembly was confused ; and the 

19. 39 shall be determined in a lawful assembly 
19. 41 had. .spoken, he dismissed the assembly 

10.^ coming together, (ruvaycayfj sunagoge. 

Jas. 2. 2 if there come unto your assembly a man 

ASSEMBLY, general — 

-4 whole assembly, wavyiyvpis 2^aveguris. 

Heb. 12. 23 To the general assembly and church of 

ASSEMBLY, places of — 

An appointed meeting, lyiD moed. 

Lam. 2. 6 hath destroyed his places of. .assembly 
ASSEMBLY, solemn — 
An appointed meeting, nyiD moed. 

Zepli. 3. iS 1 will gather, .for the solemn assembly 
ASSENT — 
Mouth, H§J?eft, 

2 Ch. 18.12 prophets (declare) good . . with one assent 
ASSENT, to — 
To put together, agree, <rvvTt8wfAt suntithemi. 

Acts 24. 9 the Jews also [assented], saying that 

AS'-SHUR, AS'-SUR, -uirSt level plain. 

1. The builder of Nineveh, apparently one of the 
descendauts of Ham, or Assyria itself. 

Gen. 10. 11 Out of that land went forth A., and 

2. A son of Shem, and brother of Elam. 

Gen. 10. 22 children of Shem ; Elanu and A., and 
; Ch, i, J7 sons of Shem ; Elam, and A., arid 



3. This word is sometimes left untranslated when it 
denotes Assyria, or the Assyrians. 

Num 24. 22 until A. shall carry thee away captive 
24. 24 ships, .shall afflict A., and shall aitiict 
Ezra 4. 2 Esar-haddon king of A., which brought 
Psa. 83. 8 A. also is joined with them : they have 
Eze. 27. 23 the merchants of Sheba, A., and Chilmad 

32. 22 A. (is) there and all her company: his 
Hos. 14. 3 A. shall not save us; wc will not ride 

AS-SHU'-RIM, C"i-i^ ; N mighty ones. 

A son of Dedan, or his descendants. 

Gen. 25. 3 sons of Dedan were A., aud Letushim 

ASSIGN, to — 

To give, {na nathan. 

Josh 20. 8 other side of Jordan . . they assigned Bezer 
28a. 11. 16 Joab.. assigned Uriah unto a place where 

AS'-SLR, TpN prisoner. 

1. A son of Korah, grandson of Kohath, B.C. 1530. 

Exod. 6. 24 sons of Korah ; A. and Elkanah, and 
1 Ch. 6. 22 Amminadab his son, Korah his son, A. 

2. A son of Ebiasaph, grandson of Assir, B.C. 1520. 

1 Ch. 6. 23 Ebiasaph his son, and A. his son 

6. 37 Tahath, the . . son of A. the son of Ebiasaph 

3. A son of Jeconiah, sou of Jehoiakim, B.C. 5S8. 

1 Ch. 3. 17 sons of Jeconiah; A., Salatliiel his son 
ASSIST, to — 
To place alongside of, irapio-TVfxi pa,riste?ni. 

Rom. 16. 2 assist her in whatsoever business she 
ASSOCIATE selves, to — 
7*o rage, do evil, VTi raa. 

Isa. 8. 9 Associate yourselves, ye people, and ye 

AS'-SOS, fatso called Apollonia,*'A<T(ros. 

A seaport of Mysia, in Asia Minor, 9 miles from Troas, 

on the northern shore of the Gulf of Adramyttium, and 

about 7 miles from the opposite coast of Lesbos, near 

Methymna. 

Acts 20. 13 And we. .sailed unto A., there intending 
20. 14 when he met with us at A., we took him 

ASSURANCE — 

1. Confidence, trust, na3 betach. 

Isa. 32. 17 tlie effect of righteousness . . assurance for 
2. Faith, trust, conviction, tvIgtls pistis. 

Acts 17. 31 he hath given assurance unto all (men) 
a. Fall conviction, Tr\npo<popia. plerophoria. 

1 Th. 1. 5 the Holy Ghost, and in much assurance 
ASSURANCE, full — 
Full conviction, Tc\npo<popla plerophoria. 

Col. 2. 2 unto all riches of the full assurance of 

Heb. 6. 11 shew, .diligence to the full assurance of 
10. 22 Let us draw near, .in full assurance of 
ASSURANCE, to have — 
7*o hold stedfast, jips aman, 5. 

Deut 28. 66 thou, .shalt have none assurance of., life 
ASSURE, to — 
7*o p>ersuade, Trei8o> peitho. 

1 Jo. 3. 19 and sliall assure our hearts before him 

ASSURED- — 

Truth, n£K emeth. 

Jer. 14. "13 I "will give you assured peace in this place 

ASSURED, to be — 

7*0 rise up, stand firm, Dip qum. 

Lev. 27. 19 he shall add. .and it sliaUbe assured to 
ASSURED of, to be — 

7*o be made steady, ■Kto'roop.ai pistnomai. 

2 Ti. 3. 14 hast learned and hast been assured of 

ASSUREDLY — 

1. Truth, n£N emeth. 

Jer. 32. 41" I will plant them in this laud assuredly 

2.7*0 know, yv yada. 

1 Sa. 28. 1 Know thou assuredly, that thou shalt go 

3. 7*o go forth, fct£ yatsa. 

Jer. 38. 17 thou wilt assuredly go forth untotheking 

4.7*o drink, riny shathah. 

Jer. 49. 12 drink of the cup have assuredly drunken 
5. Safely, surely, certainly, aa-cpaXws asphalos. 

Acts 2. 36 all the house of Israel know assuredly 
6. That, because, '3 ki. 

1 K.i. 1. 13 Assuredly Solomon thy son shaU reign 
ASSUREDLY gathering — 
To put firmly together, (rvufitpdCa sumbibazo. 

Acts' 16. 10 assuredly gathering that the Lord had 
ASSWAGE, to — 
1.7*0 restrain, hold back, dim, "b*n chasak. 

Job 16. 5 the moving of my lips should asswage 
2. 7*o subside, sink do\on, 'Hiv shakak. 

Gen. 8. 1 a wind to pass., and the waters asswaged 
ASSWAGED, to be — 
7*o be restrained, Ti^ri cluisak, 2. 

Job 16. 6 I speak, my grief is not asswaged 
AS-SYR'-IA, ~\"Jii plain, level. 

Assyria is the narrow tract of country inclosed bet ween 
Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Armenia, Susiaua, and Media, 



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ASTRAY 



called by the ancients Assyria, or Asturia, and was the 
original seat of that extended dominion known as the 
Assyrian empire. From the ioth chapter of Genesis we 
learn that Nimrod, leaving Babylon, which he had 
founded, went forth into Assyria, where he built Nine- 
veh, Re hobo th, Calah, and Resen, about B.C. 2218. 
Such is the interpretation given in the margin of the 
Bible, though some authors prefer the reading, that 
Assur went forth and built these cities. The next 
notice of this empire that occurs in the Old Testament 
is the invasion of Palestine in the reign of I'zziah, by 
Pul (2 Kings 15. 19), king of Assyria, B.C. 769. Mena- 
hem, king of Israel, induced him to retire by a bribe of 
1000 talents. Tiglath-pileser, successor of Pul, at the 
solicitation of Ahaz, king of Judah, invaded Syria, and 
took many of its people away captive (2 Kings 16. 5-9), 
B.C. 738. Shalmanassar besieged Samaria three years, 
captured it, put an end to the kingdom of Israel B.C. 
722 (2 Kings 17. 5, 6), and carried away its people into 
captivity. Another king, Sennacherib, came up against 
all the fenced cities of Judah, and took them (2 Kings 
18. 13, and 2 Chron. 32.), B.C. 714, but failed in an 
attack upon Jerusalem, having 185,000 men slain in one 
night, B.C. 712 (2 Kings 18. 13; 19. 35, 36, and 2 Chron. 



32 



nil bi 



On his return to Nineveh, Sennacherib was 
slain by two of his own sons, and another king, named 
Esarhaddon, assumed the Assyrian sceptre, B.C. 711 (2 
Kings 19. 37). The last king of Assyria mentioned in 
Scripture is Nebuchadnezzar, who is supposed to have 
ascended the throne B.C. 650. It is evident that the 
Assyrian empire existed at a very early period in the 
history of the world ; that its rulers obtained extensive 
dominion ; and that, after a partial dismemberment, 
it continued to exist for many years. The theory of an 
Assyrian empire that terminated at the revolt of the 
Medes, about B.C. 711, followed by an Assyrian mon- 
archy that continued till the destruction of Nineveh, 
B.C. 606, though supported by high authorities, is now 
generally rejected. Clinton (Fasti Hellenic!, i. 268) 
remarks, witli reference to the duration of the Assyrian 
monarchy : The period delivered by Ctesias seems to 
have been 1306 years. He placed its commencement 
1000 years before the Trojan war, and its termination 
at B.C. 876. But in assigning the termination of the 
Assyrian monarchy, Ctesias, and those that followed 
him, confounded two events,— the revolt of the Medes 
and the destruction of Nineveh, which they made 
to happen together. These two events, however, 
were divided by a considerable interval of time, and 
the conclusion of the term of 1306 years assigned 
to that monarchy did not occur at the Median revolt, 
but at the final capture of Nineveh. The date of this 
event we are enabled to fix with precision, on the 
concurrent authority of Scripture and Herodotus. 
(B.C. 606.) 

Clinton gives the following summary: — Jtfinua, B.C. 
2182 ; Assyrian monarchy, 1306 years before the empire, 
675 years, B.C. 1912 ; during the empire, 24 kings, 526 
years, B.C. 1237. Sardanapalxis, B.C. 876; after the 
empire, 6 kings, 105 years, B.C. 711. Capture of Nine- 
veh, B.C. 606. 

Vaux (Nineveh and Persepolis, p. 508) gives, on the 
autiiority of Rawlinson, the following Hit of Assyrian 
monarchs :— First Assyrian empire : Belukh, B.C. 1273; 
Pudil, 1255 ; Phulukh I., 1240 ; Silima-Rish I., 1220 ; 
Sauda-pal-imat, 1200; Asshur-capal-il, 1185; Mutaggil- 
Nebo, 1165; Asshur-Rish-ipan, 1140; Tiglath-Pileser I., 
1 1 20; Asshur-bani-pal I., noo; Asshur-adan-akhi, 950; 
Asshur-danin-il, 925; Phulukh II., 900; Tigulti-Sanda, 
880; Sardanapalus, 850; Silima-Rish II. (Asshur-dauin- 
pal), 815; Shamasphul, 780 ; Phulukh III. (Pul), and 
Seiniramis, 760. Second Assyrian empire : Tiglath- 
Pileser II., B.C. 747; Shalmaneser, 730 ; Sargon, 721 ; 
Sennacherib, 702 ; Esarhaddon, 680 ; Asshur-bani-pal 
II., 660; Asshur-Emit-Ilut, 640; final overthrow of 
Nineveh, 625. 

Gen. 2. 14 it which goeth toward the east of A. 

25. 18 before Egypt, as thou goest toward A. 
2 Ki. 15. 19 Pul the king of A. came against the land 

15. 20 exacted the money . . give to the king of A. 

15. 20 the king of A. turned back, and stayed 

15. 29 came Tiglath-pileser king of A., and 

15. 29 tookljon. .and carried them captive to A. 

16. 7 Ahaz sent.. to Tiglath-pileser king of A. 
16. 8 and sent, .a present to the king of A. 
16. 9 the king of A. hearkened unto him : for 
16. 9 the king of A. went up against Damascus 
16. 10 went, .to meet Tiglath-pileser king of A. 

16. 18 the house of the Lord for the king of A. 

17. 3 Against him. .Shalmaneser king of A. 
17. 4 king of A. found conspiracy in Hoshea 
17. 4 brought no present to the king of A. 

17. 4 therefore the king of A. shut him up, and 
17. 5 the king of A. came up throughout all 
17. 6 the ninth year of Hoshea the king of A. 
17. 6 carried Israel away into A., and placed 
17. 23 So was Israel carried away . .to A. unto 
17. 24 the king of A. brought, .from Babylon 
17. 26 Wherefore they spake to tlte king of A. 

17. 27 Then the king of A. commanded, saying 

18. 7 he rebelled against the king of A. 

18. 9 Shalmaneser king of A. came up against 

18. 11 the king of A. did carry away . .unto A. 

18. 13 did Sennacherib king of A. come up 

18. 14 Hezekiah..of Judah sent to the king of A. 

18. 14 the king of A. appointed unto Hezekiah 

18. 16 and gave it to the king of A. 

18. 17 the king of A. sent Tartan and 

18. 19 Thus saitb the great king, the king of A 

18. 23 give pledges to my lord the king of A 

18. 28 Hear the w »rd of the great king, .of A. 

18. 30 delivered into the hand of the king of A 



2 Ki. 18. 31 for thus saith the king of A., Make 

18. 33 land out of the hand of the king of A. 

19. 4 whom the king of A. his master hath 
19. 6 servants of the king of A. have 

19. 8 found the king of A. warring against 
19. 10 delivered into the hand of the king of A. 
19. 11 heard what the kings of A. have done to 
19. 17 the kings of A. have destroyed the nations 
19. 20 against Sennacherib king of A. 1 have 
19. 32 concerning the king of A., He shall not 

19. 36 Sennacherib, king of A. departed 

20. 6 out of the hand of the king of A. 

23. 29 went up against the king of A. to the 

1 Ch. 5. 6 whom Tilgath-pilneser king of A. carried 

5. 26 stirred up the spirit of Pul king of A. 
5. 26 the spirit of Tilgath-pilneser king of A. 

2 Ch. 28. 16 did king Ahaz send unto the kings of A. 

28. 20 Tilgath-pilneser king of A. came unto 
28. 21 gave (it)unto. .king of A.: but he helped 
30. 6 out of the hand of the kings of A. 
32. 1 Sennacherib king of A. came and 
32. 4 Why should the kings of A. come, and 
32. 7 nor dismayed for the king of A., nor for 
32. 9 After this did Sennacherib king of A. 
32. 10 Thus saith Sennacherib king of A. 
32. 11 us out of the hand of the king of A. 
32. 21 cut off. .captains in the camp of. .A. 

32. 22 the hand of Sennacherib the king of A. 

33. 11 captains of the host of the king of A. 



Ezra 
Neh. 
Isa. 



6. 22 turned the heart of the king of A. unto 
9. 32 since the time of the kings of A. unto 

7. 17 shall bring upon thee, .the king of A. 
7. 18 for the bee that (is) in the land of A. 

7. 20 them beyond the river, by the king of A. 

8. 4 shall be taken away before the king of A. 
8. 7 the king of A., and all his glory 

10. 12 punish, .the stout heart of the king of A. 

11. 11 which shall be left, from A., and from 
11. 16 which shall be left, from A.; like as 
19. 23 shall, .be a highway out of Egypt to A. 
10. 23 and the Egyptian into A., and the Egypt. 
19. 24 the third with Egypt and with A. 

19. 25 Blessed (be) Egypt my people, and A. 

20. 1 when Sargon the king of A. sent him 
20. 4 So shall the king of A. lead away the 
20. 6 to be delivered from the king of A. : and 
27. 13 were ready to perish in the land of A. 
36. 1 Sennacherib king of A. came up against 
36. 2 the king of A. sent Rabshakeh from 

36. 4 Thus saith the great king, the king of A. 
36. 8 I pray thee, to my master the king of A. 
36. 13 words of the great king, the king of A. 
36. 15 delivered into the hand of the king of A. 
36. 16 for thus saith the king of A., Make 

36. 18 land out of the hand of the king of A. 

37. 4 whom the king of A. his master hath 
37. 6 servants of the king of A. have 

37. 8 found the king of A. warring against 
37. 10 be given into the hand of the lung of A. 
37. 11 thou hast heard what the kings of A. 
37. 18 the kings of A. have laid waste all the 
37. 21 hast prayed to me against . . the king of A . 
37. 33 saith the Lord concerning the king of A. 

37. 37 Sennacherib king of A. departed, and 

38. 6 out of the hand of the king of A. : and I 
Jer. 2. 18 what hast thou to do in the way of A. 

2. 36 of Egypt, as thou wast ashamed of A. 
50. 17 first the king of A. hath devoured him 
<;o. 18 as I have punished the king of A. 
7 all them, .the chosen men of A., and 
11 they call to Egypt, they go to A. 
9 For they are gone up to A., a wild ass 
3 they shall eat unclean (things) in A. 
6 It shall be also carried unto A. (for) a 

11 as a dove out of the land of A. : and 
6 they shall waste the land of A. with 

12 he shall come even to thee from A. 
1S Thy shepherds slumber, king of A. 

13 he will stretch out. .and destroy A., and 
^eeh.io. 10 I will, .gather them out of A., and I will 

10. 11 the pride of A. shall be brought down 

AS'-SYRIAN, wx Ashur, 

The same name is used to denote both the people and 

the country in which they dwell. 

2 Ki. 19. 35 the angel . . smote in the camp of the A. 
Isa. jo. 5 O A., the rod of mine anger and the staff 

10. 24 O my people, .be not afraid of the A.: he 
14. 25 That I will break the A. in my land, and 
19. 23 the A. shall come, .shall serve with the A. 
23. 13 this people was not. .the A. founded it in 

30. 31 through the voice of the Lord shall the A. 

31. 8 Then shall the A. fall with the sword, and 
37. 36 the angel . . smote in the camp of the A. an 
52. 4 and the A. oppressed them without cause 

Lam. 5. 6 We have given the hand (to), .the A., to 
Eze. 16. 28 hast played the whore also with the A. 
?•?. 5 and she doted on her lovers, on the A. 
23. o into the hand of the A., upon whom she 
23 12 She doted upon the A. (her) neighbours 
23. 23 Shoa, and Koa, (and) all the A. with them 
31. 3 Behold, the A. (was) a cedar in Lebanon 
IIos. 5. 13 then went Ephraim to the A., and sent to 

11. 5 the A. shall be his king, because they 

12. 1 they do make a covenant with the A., and 
Mic. 5. 5 when the A. shall come into our land : and 

5. 6 thus shall he deliver (us) from the A. 

ASTONLED — 

Tc be silent, astonished, dq$ shamem, 
Ezra 9. 3 I rent, .and sat down astonied 

g. 4 I sat astonied until the evening sacrifice 



Eze. 
Hos 



Mic. 



Nah, 
Zeph 



ASTONIED, tobe — 

I. To remain- dumb, cni daliam, 2. 

Jer. 14. 9 shouldest thou be as a man astonied 
I.To be perplexed, vyy shebash, 2. 

Dan. 5. 9 Belshazzar. .and his lords were astonied 
Z.To be silent, astonished, C££ ; shamem. 

Job 17. 8 Upright (men) shall be astonied at their 

4. To remain silent, astonished, Ep£> shamem, 2. 

Job 18. 20 that come after (him) shall be astonied 
Eze. 4. 17 and be astonied one with another 

5. To be silent, astonished, DCS? shemam. 

Dan. 4. 19 Then Daniel, .was astonied for one hour 

6. To be vexed, ™ tevak. 

Dan. 3. 24 Nebuchadnezzar the king was astonied 
ASTONISHED — 
To make silent, astonislied, do# shamem, 5. 

Eze. 3. 15 remained there astonished among them 
ASTONISHED, to be — 

1. To be silent, astonished, Dipr shamem. 

Lev. 26. 32 your enemies, .shall be astonished at it 
1 Ki. 9. 8 one that passeth by it shall be astonished 
Isa. 52. 14 As many were astonished at thee ; his 
Jer. 2. 12 Be astonished, ye heavens, at this 

18. 16 that passeth thereby shall be astonished 

19. 8 that passeth thereby shall be astonished 

49. 17 one that goeth by it shall be astonished 

50. 13 goeth by Babylon shall be astonished 
Eze. 26. 16 and shall, .be astonished at thee 

2 7- 35 the isles shall be astonished at thee 

28. 19 the people shall be astonished at thee 

2. To be silent, astonished, c?^ shamem, 2. 

Jer. 4. 9 the priests shall be astonished, and the 

3. To be made silent, astonished, Dp$ shamem, 6. 

Job 21. 5 Mark me, and be astonished, and lay 

4. To make silent or astonished, cop shamem, 5 
Dan. 8. 27 and I was astonished ait the vision 

j 5. To wonder, marvel, Ptpn tamah. 

Job 26. 11 The pillars . . are astonished at his reproof 
G.To be greatly struck, iKirAyao-ofxat elqrtessomai. 
Matt. 7. 28 the people were astonished athisdoctrine 
13. 54 he taught them, .they were astonished 
22. 33 they were astonished at his doctrine 
Mark 1. 22 they were astonished at his doctrine 

6. 2 many hearing, .were astonished, saying 

7. 37 wewe beyond measure astonished, saying 

10. 26 they were astonished out of measure 

11. 18 the people was astonished at his doctrine 
Luke 4. 32 they were astonished at his doctrine : for 
Acts 13 12 being astonished at the doctrine of the 

7. To be placed out or away from, ^io-r-qfj-i exist. 

Mark 5. 42 they were astunished with a great aston. 
Luke 2. 47 all that heard him were astunished at his 

8. 56 her parents were astonished : but he 
Acts 10. 45 they, .which believed were astonished 

12. 16 they had opened, .they were astonished 

5. To be astonished, 6a.fj.fl4ofj.cu thambeomai,6afj.f$€w. 

Mark 10. 24 the disciples were astonished at his words 
Acts 9. 6 [he trembling and astonished said, Lord] 

9. Astonishment surrounds, 9dfj.@os TvepUx^- 

Luke 5. 9 he was astonished, and all that were with 

ASTONISHED, to make — 

To amaze, expel, i^i(TTT}jxi existemi. 

Luke 24. 22 and certain women, .made us astonished 
ASTONISHMENT — 
1. Astonishment {cause of), ns'^s meshammah. 

Eze: 5. 15 it shall be. .an astonishment unto the 
2.AstunisIime7it, nea' shammah. 

Deut28. 37 thou shalt become an astonishment 
2CI1. 29. 8 the Lord, .delivered them, .astonishment 
Jer. 8. 21 astonishment hath taken hold on me 
25. 9 and make them an astonishment 
25. 11 this whole land shall be. .auastonishment 
25. 18 a desolation, an astonishment, an hissing 

29. 18 to be a curse, and an astonishment 
42. 18 be an execration, and an astonishment 
44. 12 be an execration, (and) an astonishment 
44. 22 therefore is your land, .an astonishment 

51. 37 Babylon shall become, .an astonishment 
51. 41 how is Babylon become an astonishment 

Eze. 23. 33 be filled, .with the cup of astonishment 

3. Astonishment, desolation, |1DQI8> shim/mamon. 
Eze. 4. 16 drink water by measure, .astonishment 
12. 19 shall, .drink, .water witli astonishment 

^.Wonder, priori timmahon. 

Deut28. 28 Lord shall smite thee with..astouishm. 

Zechi2. 4 I will smite.. horse with astonishment 
5. Trembling, n^ynri tarelah. 

Psa. 60. 3 to drink the wine of astonishment 
G.A standing out from, iKcracrts ekstasis. 

Mark 5. 42 astonished with a great astonishment 
ASTONISHMENT, to be an — 
To be sile?it, astonished, Dpc ; shamem. 

2CI1. 7.21 this house, .shall be an astonishment 
ASTRAY, to go — 
l.To err, wander, nj.'n taah. 

Exod23. 4 If thou meet, .his ass going astray, thou 



ASTRAY 



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Psa. 58. 3 they go astray as soon as they be bom 

119. 176 I have gone astray like a lost sheep 
Prov. 7. 25 to her ways, go not astray in her paths 
Isa. 53. 6 All we like sheep have gone astray 
Eze. 14. 11 the house of Israel may go no more astray 
44. 10 Israel went astray, which went astray 
44. 15 when the children of Israel went astray 
48. 11 went not astray. .Israel went astray 

2. To go astray, 7rAavd.0fj.at planaomai. 

Matt 1 8. 1 2 be gone astray . . which is gone astray ? 
18. 13 the ninety and nine . .went not astray 
r Pe. 2. 25 ye were as sheep going astray ; but are 
2 Pe. 2. 15 are gone astray, following the way of 

ASTRAY, to cause to go — 

To cause to go astray, err, wander, nyn taah, 5. 
Jer. 50. 6 shepherds have caused them to go astray 

ASTROLOGER — 

Enchanter, magician, ^N askshaph. 

Dan. 2. 10 asked such things at any . . astrologer 
2. 27 the wise (men), the astrologers, the 

4. 7 came in the magicians, the astrologers 

5. 7 king cried, .to bring in the astrologers 
5. n thy father, made master of. .astrologers 
5. 15 the wise (men), the astrologers, have 

ASTROLOGERS — 

1. Enchanters, magicians, D'csx askshaphim. 

Dan. 1. 20 ten times better than all the. .astrologers 
2. 2 call the magicians, and. the astrologers 

2. To view the heavens, woy l^n habar shamayim. 

Isa. 47. 13 Let now the astrologers, the stargazers 
ASUNDER — 
Between, pa ben. 

2 Ki. 2. 11 parted them both asunder ; and Elijah 
[See also Break, burst, cleave, cut, depart, divide, 
drive, pluck, put, rend, saw.] 
A-STTP'-PEM, D'3p«n gatherings. 

This word, left untranslated in the English version, 
denotes not a proper name, but granaries, storehouses, 
collections. 

1 Cli. 26. 15 and to his sons the house of A. 

26. 1 7 southward four a day, and. toward A. two 
A-SYN-CRI'-TUS, 'AavyKpiTos incomparable. 
One to whom Paul sends salutation. 

Rom.16. 14 Salute A., Phlegon, Hernias, Patrobas 
AT (a certain) — 
l'.After, behind, iqn achar. 

2 Ki. 19. 21 the daughter, .hath shaken her head at 
2. Unto, to, "?« el. 

Gen. 6. 6 the LORD . . and it grieved him at his heart 
Z.Near, by, hxx etsel. 

Prov. 7. 12 and lieth in wait at every corner 

Isa. 19. 19 a pillar at the border thereof to the Lord 

^.Between, J'3 ben. 

Exod.16. 12 At even ye shall eat flesh, and in the 
5.Thr&ugh, "tjja bead. 

Gen. 26. 8 Abimelech. .looked out at a window, and 

6. Hand, T yad. 

Prov. 8. 3 She crieth at the gates, at the entry of 

7. To, far, with a view to, is? lenw. 

Job 29. 21 waited, and. kept silence at my counsel 
8. From, because of jp min. 

Psa. 104. 7 At thy rebuke they fled ; at the voice 

9. Up to, till, i" ad. 

Neh. 6. 1 at that time I had not set up the doors 
Dan. 4. 8 But at the last Daniel came in before me 

10. On, upson, by, Sy al. 

Gen. 24. 30 behold, he stood by the camels at the well 
11. Over against, naj; ummah. 

2 Sa. 16. 13 Shimei. ! threw stones at him, and cast 
12.From, away from, airo apo. 

Matt 19. a he which made (them) at the beginning 

Luke24- 27 beginning at Moses and all the prophets 
24. 47 among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem 

John 8. 9 [they . . went out one by one, beginning at] 

Acts 8. 35 Then Philip . . began at the same scripture 
23. 23 two hundred, at the third hour of. .night 
26. 4 My manner, .which was at the first 

1 Pe. 4. 17 at the house of God : and if. .at us 

IZ.Through, by means of Sta (gen. dia.) 

Matt. 7. 13 Enter ye in at the strait gate : for wide 
Lukei3. 24 Strive to enter in at the strait gate : for 

14. With a view to, at, els eis. 

Matt 12. 41 because they repented at the preaching 
18. 29 his fellow servant fell down [at] his feet 
Luke 8. 26 they arrived at the country. .Gadarenes 
9. 61 farewell, which are at home at my house 
n.32 they repented at the preaching of Jonas 
John 11. 32 she fell down at his feet, saying unto him 
Acts 4. 6 were gathered together [at] Jerusalem 
8. 40 Philip was found at Azotus : and passing 
18. 22 he had landed at Cesarea, and gone up 
20. 14 And when he met with us at Assos, we 
20. 15 and the next (day) we arrived at Samos 

20. 16 to be at Jerusalem the day of Pentecost 
2t. 3 sailed into Syria, and landed at Tyre 

21. 13 but also to die at Jerusalem for the name 
23. 11 10 must thou bear witness also at Rome 



Acts 25. 15 when I was at Jerusalem, the chief priests 

27. 3 And the next (day) we touched at Sidon 

28. 12 lauding at Syracuse, we tarried (there) 
Rom. 4. 20 staggered not at the promise of God 

2. Ti. 2. 26 who are taken captive by him at his will 

15. Out of from, 4k eh. 

J ohn 16. 4 these . . I said not unto you at the beginning 

Jas. 3. 11 Doth a fountain send forth at the same 

Rev. 19. 2 avenged the blood of his servants at her 

1G. In front of e/j.wpoo'deu emprosthen. 

Rev. 19. 10 And I fell at his feet to worship him 
17. In, among, eV en. 

Matt. 8. 6 my servant lieth at home sick of the 

ir. 22 It shall be more tolerable, .at the day of 

11. 25 At that time Jesus answered and said 

12. 1 At that time Jesus went on the sabbath 

13. 49 So shall it be at the end of the world 

14. 1 At that time Herod the tetarch heard of 

18. 1 At the same time came the disciples unto 

23. 6 And love the uppermost rooms at feasts 

24. 41 Two. .grinding at the mill ; the one shall 
Mark 6. 3 with us? And they were offended at him 

12. 39 and the uppermost rooms at feasts 
Luke 4. 18 he hath sent me. .to set at liberty them 
9. 31 which he should accomplish at Jerusalem 
10. 14 it shall be more tolerable. .atthe judgment 

12. 46 at an hour when he is not aware, and will 

13. 1 There were present at that season some 

14. 14 thou shalt be recompensed at the 

19. 5 Zaccheus. .to day I must abide at thy 
20. 10 [at] the season he sent a servant to the 

20. 46 which, .love, .the chief rooms at feasts 
23. 7 himself also was at Jerusalem at that time 
23. 12 before they were at enmity between 

John 4. 21 nor yet at Jerusalem, worship the Father 
4. 45 things, .he did at Jerusalem at the feast 
4. 46 nobleman, whose son was sick at Caper. 
4. 53 the father knew that, .[at] the same hour 

6. 39 but should raise it up again [at] the last 

7. 11 the Jews sought him at the feast, and said 

10. 22 it was at Jerusalem the feast of the 

11. 24 rise again in the resurrection at the last 

12. 20 Greeks, .that came up to worship at the 
14. 20 At that day ye shall know that I (am) in 
16. 26 At that day ye shall ask in my name: and 
18. 39 I should release unto you one at the 

21. 20 which also leaned on his breast at supper 
Acts 1. 6 wilt thou at this time restore again the 

2. 5 there were dwelling at Jerusalem Jews 
7. 13 at the second (time) Joseph was made 

7. 29 Then fled Moses at this saying, and was 

8. 1 at that time there was a great persecution 

8. 14 the apostles which were at Jerusalem 

g. 10 there was a certain disciple at Damascus 

9. 13 howmuchevilhehathdone. .at Jerusalem 
9. 19 with, .disciples which were at Damascus 
9. 22 confounded the Jews which dwelt at Da. 
9. 27 how he had preached boldly at Damascus 
9. 28 he was with them, .going out [at] Jerus. 
9. 36 there was at Joppa a certain disciple 

11. 15 Holy Ghost fell, .as on us at the beginning 

13. 1 there were in the church that was at A. 
13. 5 when they were at Salamis, they preached 

13. 27 they that dwell at Jerusalem, and their 

14. 8 there sat a. .man at Lystra, impotent 
16. 2 the brethren that were at Lystra and 

16. 4 of the apostles . . which were at Jerusalem 

17. 13 the word of God was preached of Paul at 
17. 16 Now while Paul waited for them at Athens 
ig. 1 while Appollos was at Corinth, Paul having 
20. 5 These going before tarried for us at Troas 
20. 14 when he met with us at Assos, we took 

20. 15 [tarried atTrogyllium;]andthenext(day) 

21. 11 So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the 

25. 4 that Paul should be kept [at] Cesarea 

25. 24 the multitude, .both at Jerusalem, and 

26. 4 among mine own nation at Jerusalem 
Rom. 1. 15 to preach, .to you that are at Rome also 

8. 34 who is even at the right hand of God 
11. 5 Even so then at this present time also 

15. 26 the poor saints which are at Jerusalem 

16. 1 of the church which is at Cenchrea 

1 Co. 1. 2 the church of God which is at Corinth 

11. 34 if any man hunger, let him eat at home 

14. 35 let them ask their husbands at home 

15. 23 afterward they that are Christ's at his 
15. 32 If . .1 have fought with beasts at Ephesus 

15. 52 In a moment, .at the last trump : for the 

16. 8 I will tarry at Ephesus until Pentecost 

2 Co. 1. 1 the church of God which is at Corinth 

8. 14 now at this time your abundance 
Eph. 1. 1 to the saints which are [at] Ephesus. and 

2. 12 That [at] that time ye were without Christ 

3. 13 desire that ye faint not at my tribulations 
Phil. 1. 1 to all the saints, .which are at Philippi 

2. 10 That at the name of Jesus every knee 
Col. 1. 2 To the saints, .which are at Colosse 

2. 1 have for you, and (for) them at Laodicea 
1 Th. 2. 2 were shamefully entreated, .at Philippi 

2. 19 the presence of our Lord, .at his coming? 

3. 1 we thought it good to be left at Athens 
3. 13 at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ 

1 Ti. 1. 3 I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus 

2 Ti. 1. 18 things he ministered unto me at Ephesus 

3. 11 at Antioch, at Iconium, at Lystra 

4. 8 the Lord . .shall give me at that day 
4. 13 The cloak that I left at Troas with 

4. 16 At my first answer no man stood with 
4. 20 at Corinth : but Trophimus have I left at 
Heb. 12. 2 Jesus, .set down at the right hand of 



1 Pe. 1. 7 glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ 
1. 13 grace, .at the revelation of Jesus Christ 
5. 13 The (church that is) at Babylon, elected 
1 Jo. 2. 28 and not be ashamed.. at his coming 
lS.Upo?i, over, eVt (gen.) epi. 

Luke 20. 37 dead are raised, even Moses she wed atthe 
22. 30 That ye may eat and drink at my table 
22. 40 And when he was at the place, he said 
John 6. 21 immediately the ship was at the land 

21. 1 shewed himself, .to the disciples at the 
Acts 25. 10 Then said Paul, I stand at Cesar's 

19. Upon, over, iiri (dat.) epi. 

Matt. 7. 28 people were astonished at his doctrine 

22. 33 they were astonished at his doctrine 
24. 33 know that it is near, (even) at the doors 

Mark 1. 22 they were astonished at his doctrine 
10. 22 he was sad at that saying, and went 

10. 24 the disciples were astonished at his words 

11. 18 people was astonished at his doctrine 

12. 17 And they marvelled at him 

13. 29 know that it is nigh, (even) at the doors 
Luke 1. 14 many shall rejoice at his birth 

1. 29 she saw (him), she was troubled [at] his 

2. 33 and his mother marvelled at those things 

2. 47 all. .were astonished at Ids understanding 
4. 22 witness, and wondered at the gracious 

4. 32 they were astonished at his doctrine 

5. 5 at thy word I will let down the net 

5. 9 he was astonished, .at the draught of 
5. 27 Levi, sitting at the receipt of custom 
9. 43 at the mighty power of God . . at all things 
20. 26 and they marvelled at his answer 
John 8. 7 [let him first cast a stone at her] 
Acts 3. 10 at the Beautiful, .at that which had 

3. 12 men of Israel, why marvel ye at this? 

5. 9 behold, the feet of them . . (are) at the door 
13. 12 deputy, .being astonished at the doctrine 

1 Co. 14. 16 say Amen at thy giving of thanks 
Rev. 21. 12 [at the gates twelve angels, and names] 

20. Upon, over, (ace.) ivi. 

Matt. 9. 9 Matthew, sitting at the receipt of custom 
Mark 2. 14 sitting at the receipt of custom, and said 
Luke 5. 27 a publican, named Levi, sitting at the 

24. 22 women . .which were early at the 
John 8. 59 Then took they up stones to cast at him 
Acts 3. 1 into the temple at the hour of prayer 

10. 25 Cornelius, .fell down at his feet 
TCev. 3. 20 Behold, I stand at the door, and knock 
8. 3 another angel came and stood at the 

21. Down, during, Kara., (ace.) kata. 

Matt 27. 15 at (that) feast the governor was wont to 
Marki5. 6 at (that) feast he released unto them one 
Luke 10. 32 when he was at the place, came aud 

23. 17 [he must release one unto them at the] 
John 5. 4 an angel went down at a certain season 
Acts 16. 25 at midnight Paul and Silas prayed 
Rom. 9. 9 At this time will I come, and Sarah shall 

2 Ti. 4. 1 judge the quick and the dead at his 

22. Beside, alongside of, napd (ace.) para. 

Matt 15. 30 cast them down at Jesus feet ; and he 
Luke 7. 38 sat at meat in the Pharisee's house 

8. 35 sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed, and 
8. 41 named Jairus. .fell down [at] Jesus' feet 
10. 39 Mary, .sat [at] Jesus' feet, and heard his 
17. 16 fell down on (his) face at his feet, giving 
Acts 4. 35 laid, .down at the apostles' feet: and 

4. 37 sold(it)..andlaid(it) at the apostles' feet 
5.2 a certain part, and laid (it) at the apostles' 

5. 10 Then fell she down straightway [at] his 
7. 58 laid down their clothes at a young man's 

22. 3 brought up in this city at the feet of Gam. 

23. Around, concerning, irepl (gen.) peri. 

Luke 2. 18 they that heard (it) wondered at those 
John 6.41 The Jews thenmurmuredathim, because 

6. 61 that his disciples murmured at it, he 

24. Towards, irp6s (dat.) pros. 

Luke 19. 37 at the descent of the Mount of Olives 
John 18. 16 Peter stood at the door without. Then 
20. 12 one at the head, and the other at the 

25. Towards, irp6s (ace.) pros. 

Matt 26. 18 My time is at hand ; I will keep 
Mark 1. 33 the city was gathered together at the 
5. 22 when he saw him, lie fell at his feet 

7. 25 of him, and came and fell at his feet 

11. 1 ; 14. 54; Lu. 16. 20 ; 19. 29 ; Jo. 20. n ; 
Acts 3. 2 ; Rev. 1. 17. 

[See also Any, attendance, beginning, charges 
come, death, dwell, dweller, ease, fall, first, 
hand, home, last, law, least, length, liberty, 
look, marvel, most, not, nought, once, one, 
peace, piety, set, sit, stand, strain, stumble, 
time, wait, wink, wonder.] 

AT, to be — 

To do, make-, n^y asah. 

Isa. 28. 15 with death, and with hell are we at 
AT all — 
1. Together, ini yachad. 

Hos. 11. 7 none at all would exalt (hini) 
2.Still, yet, again ity od. 

Eze. 37. 22 into two kingdoms any more at all 
^.Concerning the whole, ko,66\ov, Acts 4. 18. 
4.The whole, '6\os holos, Matt. 5. 34; 1 Co. 5. 29. 
5. No, not, ov pi), Rev. 18. 14, 21, 22, 22, 23, 23,, 
6. Altogether, irdvr as pantos, I Co. 16. 12. 



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AT eventiue — 

At the turning of the evening, 3"$ ni?^ 

Gen. 24. 63 went out. .in the field at the eventide 

AT least — 

Only, Tjg ah 

1 Sa. 21. 4 have kept themselves atleast from women 

AT once, at one — 

l.To'getker, in: yachad, 

Psa. 74. 6 break down the carved work, .at once 
Isa. 42. 14 I will destroy and devour at once 

2.To go up, m% alaji. 

Num. 13. 30 Let us go up at once, and possess it 

A'-TAD, iyx thornpusji. 

A spot "beyond Jordan" at which Joseph and his 
brethren, in their way from Egypt to Hebron, made 
their "seven days great and very sore mourning" over 
the body of Jacob, B.C. 1689. 

Uen. 50. 10 they came to the threshing floor of A. 
50. 11 saw the mourning in the floor of A., they 

A-TA'-HAH, m,L# : croion, ornament. 

One of Jerahmeel's wives. He was grandson of Pharez, 

.sun of Judah, B.C. 1520. 

1 Ch. 2. 26 (was) A. ; she (was) the mother of Onam 
A-TA'-ROTH, AT'-ROTH, rnisg, nn-p^. crowns. 
1. A city on the E. of Jordan; having been destroyed in 
the war with Sihon, it was rebuilt by the Gadites. 

Nuni32. 3 A., and Dibon, and Jazer, and Nimrah 
32. 34 the children of Gad built Dibon, and A. 
£. A city in Ephraim, perhaps the same as Ataroth- 
Atlitr, on the W. border of Benjamin. 

Josh. 16. 5 the border of their inheritance . . A. 18. 13. 

3 . Another city in Ephraim, Josh. 16. 2. 7. 

4. Ataroth, the house of Joab, occurs in the genealogy 
of Judah. 

1 Ch. 2. 54 sous of Salma; Eeth-lehem, and. .A. 

5. Atroth-Shophan, a city in Gad. Now Attarus. 

Num32. 35 [the children of Gad built]. .A. Sh., and 

A'-TER, "iun bound, lame. 

1. The ancestor of an exiled family. 

Ezra 2. 16 children of A. of Hezekiah, ninety and 
Neh. 7. 21 children of A. of Hezekiah, ninety and 

2. Ancestor of a family of gatekeepers which came up 
witli Zerubbabel, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 42 children of the porters, .children of A. 
Neh. 7. 45 The porters, .the children of A. 

3. A chief of the people that, with Nehemiah, sealed the 
covenant, B.C. 445. 

Neh." 10. 17 [chief of the people].. A., Hizkijah, Azzur 

A'-THACH, ~i?Z lodging, inn. 

A city in the S. of Judah. 

1 Sa. 30. 30 and to (them) which (were) in A. 
A-THA'-IAH, n;r# s Jah is helper. 

A Jew in Jerusalem in Nehemiah's time, B.C. 445. 
Neh. 11. 4 Of the children of Judah ; A. the son of 

A-THAl'-IAH, 33OT£ tjfyjSi, ^ali is strong. 

1. Daughter of Jezebel wife of Omri king of Israel, who 
became the wife of Jehnram, king of Judah, and ruled 
in Judah after the death of her son Ahaziah, B.C. 884. 

2 Ki. 8. 26 his mother's name (was) A., the daughter 

11. 1 when A. the mother of Ahaziah saw that 
11. 2 they hid him. .in the bedchamber from A. 
11. 3 A. did reign over the land 
11. 13 And when A. heard the'noise of the guard 
11. 14 A. rent her clothes, and cried, Treason 
11. 20 they slew A. with the sword (beside) the 
2 Ch. 22. 2 His mother's name also (was) A. the 

22. 10 when A. the mother of Ahaziah saw that 
22. 11 Jehoshabeath..hid him from A., so that 

22. 12 A. reigned over the land 

23. 12 when A. heard the noise of the people 
23. 13 A. rent her clothes, and said. Treason 

23. 21 was quiet, after that they had slain A. 

24. 7 Eor tlie sons of A., that wicked woman 

2. A son of Jeroham, a Benjamite. 

1 ch. S. 26 [The sons of Elpaal]. .Shehariah, and A. 

3. The father of Jeshiah, a returned exile. 

Ezra 8. 7 the sons of Elam ; Jeshaiah the son of A. 

A-THE-NT ANS, y A9ijva7os belonging to Athens. 
The dwellers in Athens. 

Acts 17. 21 For all the A.s and strangers which were 

A'-THENS, 'AB?ivai. 

Athens, capital of Attica, and the most celebrated city 
of ancient Greece, is said to have been first called 
Cecropia, from Cecrops, an Egyptian who built the 
original city on the Acropolis, according to Hales, 
B.C. 1558; Usher, B.C. i 5 =;6: and Clinton, B.C. 1433. It 
received the name of Athens from the worship of 
Athemo or Minerva, said to have been established by 
Ereohtheus, B.C. 1383. Theseus ascended the throne, 
according to Hales, e.g. 1216; Usher, B.C. 1235 : and 
Clinton, B.C. t - v(. Ke united into one body the twelve 
states int.. which (Vemps had divided Attica, and 
made Alliens the capital. CodniS the last king of the 
dynasty, sacrificed himself for the safety of Athens, 
B.C. 1070 according to Hales, or B.C. 1044 according to 



Clinton. Seventeen kings reigned during the monar 
chical period, and they were followed by perpetual, by 
decennial, and finnlly by annual arcbons. 

In B.C. 1069 Jledon made the first perpetual archon ; 
754, Alcma?on the last ; 752, Charops first decennial 
archon ; 684, Erixias, the seventh and last, dies ; 683, 
nine annual archons appointed, the title being given 
only to the first— Creon first annual archon ; 621, legis- 
lation of Draco ; 612, Cylon attempts to make himself 
master of Athens ; 594, Solon remodels the constitution ; 
560, Pisistratus usurps the government— death of 
Solon ; 554, Pisistratus expelled ; 527, death of Pisis- 
tratus ; 514, assassination of Hipparchus by Harmodius 
and Aristogiton; 510, Ostracism established ; 505, war 
between Athens and Sparta ; 490, battle of Marathon ; 
483, banishment of Aristides ; 481, fleet of 200 ships 
built at Athens— ascendency of Themistocles ; 480, 
Athens taken by Xerxes ; 479, Mardonius burns Athens; 
47S, Themistocles rebuilds it ; 477, commencement of 
Athenian supremacy; 471, banishment of Themistocles; 
461, Ostracism of Cymon ; 459, Athensasserts supremacy 
over the other states of Greece ; 457, " long walls " of 
Athens commenced ; 456, Athenians defeat the The- 
bans at ^Enophyta ; 440, Athenians defeat the Persians; 
448, Athenians assist the Phocians in the Sacred War ; 
447, Boeotians defeat the Athenians at Chaironea; 445, 
thirty years' truce between Sparta and Athens; 444, 
Pericles at the head of affairs ; 440, Samos subdued by 
Pericles ; 433, alliance betweeu Athenians and the Cor- 
eyneans ; 431, Peloponnesian war begins, and Attica is 
invaded; 429, Pericles dies of the plague; 415, first Athen- 
ian campaign in Sicily; 411, government of the "four 
hundred;"" 407, second and last banishment of Alci- 
hiades— Lysander defeats Athenians; 404, end of the 
Peloponnesian war— rule of the "Thirty Tyrants," who 
are replaced by the "Ten ;" 403, Thrasybulus overthrows 
"the Ten;" 399, death of Socrates; 394, Xenophon 
banished from Athens; 393, Conon rebuilds the walls 
of Athens; 388, Plato founds the Academy; 378, the 
Thehans and Athenians allied against Sparta; 371, 
general peace ; 360, war between Athenians and Olyn- 
thians respecting Amphipolis; 359, Philip of Macedon 
makespeacewithAtheus; 357, commencement of Social 
War; 352, Philip takes Metbone', and enters Thessaly— 
stopped at Thermopylae by the Athenians ; 346, peace 
between Athens and Macedon; 339, war between Philip 
and the Athenians; 322, end of Samian War— submis- 
sion of Athens to Macedon— death of Demosthenes; 
317, Cassander conquers Athens; 307, Demetrius restores 
its aucient constitution ; 287, it revolts from Demetrius; 
277, Athens, Sparta, and Egypt allied; 268, surrenders 
to AntigonusGonatus, king of Sparta; 229, Athens joins 
the Achrean league ; 215, Athenians and ^Etolians unite 
against Macedon ; 211, a Roman fleet arrives at Athens; 
200, Atheus and other Greek states join Rome against 
Philip; 196, Romans proclaim Athens free from Mace- 
donian power; 146, Romans subdue Greece; 86, Athens 
stormed by Sylla. In A.i>. 267, Athens was besieged by 
the Goths; 395, taken by Alaric; 532, walls restored by 
Justinian. 

Acts 17. 15 that conducted Paul brought, .from A 
17. 16 Now while Paul waited for them at A. 

17. 22 Then Paul.. said, (Ye) men of A., I perc. 

18. 1 After these things Paul departed from A. 
1 Th. 3. 1 we though it good to be left at A. alone 

ATHIRST, to he — 

1.7*o be thirst)/, KEit tsame. 

Judgi5. 18 And he was sore athirst, and called 
Ruth 2. 9 when thou art athirst, go unto the vessels 

2. To be thirsty, Sn/xxw dipsao. 

Matt 25. 44 when s-'w we thee an hungered, or athirst 
Rev. 21. 6 I will give unto him that is athirst 

22. 17 Come. And let him that is athirst come 

ATH'-LAI, ^ny Jah is strong. 

One who married a strange woman, B.C. 456. 

Ezra 10. 28 sous also of Bebai; Jehohanan..(aud) A. 
ATONEMENT — 
1. Coverings, D ,- ]33 kippnrim. 

Exod2g. 36 a bullock (for) a sin offering, .atonement 
30. 10 blood of the sin offering of atonements 
30. 16 thou shalt take the atonement money 
30. 16 to make an atonement for your souls 
Lev. 23. 27 seventh month, .a day of atonement 

23. 28 for it (is) a day of atonement, to make an 
25. g day of atonement, .make the trumpet 

Num. 5. 8 priest ; beside the ram of the atonement 
29. 11 beside the sin offering of atonement 

2. Reconciliation, thorough change, KaraWayi]. 

Rom. 5. 11 by whom we. .received the atonement 
ATONEMENT, to make — 
To cover, 15? fa'phar, 3. 

Exod29. 36 when thou hast made an atonement for 

29. 37 thou shalt make an atonement for the 

30, 10 Aaron shall make an atonement upon the 
30. 10 once in the year shall he make atonement 
30. 15, 16 to make an atonement for your souls 
32. 30 I shall make an atonement for your sin 

Lev. i. 4 for him to make atonement for him 

4. 20 the priest shall make an atonement for 
[So in v. 26, 31. 35; 5. 6, 10, 13, 16, 18; 6. 7.] 

7. 7 priest that makcth atonement therewith 

8. 34 Loud, .commanded, .make an atonement 

9. 7 and make an atonement for thyself 
9. 7 and make an atonement for them 

10. 1 7 make atonement for thcm.bef ore the Lord? 
12. 7 "Who shall, .make an atonement for her 



Lev. i2. 8 priest shall make an atonement for her 
14. 18 priest shall make an atonement for him 
14. 19, 31 and make an atonement for him that 
14. 20 the priest shall make an atonement for 
14. 21, 29 to make an atonement for him 

14. 53 and make an atonement for the house 
I 5- '5« 3° niake an atonement for him before 
16. 6, 11, 24 and make an atonement for himself 
16. 10 to make an atonement with him 

16. 16 make an atonement for the holy (place) 
16. 17 to make an atonement in the holy (place) 
16. 17 and have made an atonement for himself 
16. 18 and make an atonement for it; and shall 
16. 27 blood, .brought in to make atonement in 
16. 30 shall, .make an atonement for you, to 
16. 32 shall make the atonement, and shall put 
16. 33 shall make an atonement for the holy 
16. 33 shall make an atonement for the priests 

16. 34 to make an atonement for the children of 

17. 11 to make an atonement for your souls 
17. 11 blood, .maketh an atonement for the 
19. 22 priest shall make an atonement for him 
23. 28 for it (is), .to make an atonement for you 

Num. 5. 8 whereby an atonement shall be made for 
6. 11 and make an atonement for him, for that 
8. 12, 19 to make an atonement for the 
8. 21 Aaron made an atonement for them to 

15. 25 priest shall make an atonement for all 
15. 28 the priest shall make an atonement for 

15. 28 to make an atonement for him ; and it 

16. 46 make an atonement for them : for there 
16. 47 and made an atonement for the people 
25. 13 and made an atonement for the children 

28. 22, 30 to make an atonement for you 

29. 5 kid. .to make an atonement for yon 
31. 50 an atonement for our souls before the 

2 Sa. 21. 3 wherewith shall I make the atonement 

1 Ch. 6. 49 to make an atonement for Israel 

2 Ch. 29. 24 to make an atonement for all Israel 
Neh. 10. 33 to make au atonement for Israel 

ATONEMENT, to be made — 

l.To cover, make a covering, "155 Icaphar, 3. 

Num. 5. 8 whereby an atonement shall be made for 
2. To be covered, ids Jcaphar, 4. 

Exod2g. 33 thingswherewiththeatonementwasmade 

AT'-TAI, 'nj;, 'F\n seasonable. 

1. Grandson of Slieshan, descended from Tharez, B.C. 
1400. 

1 Ch. 2. 35 and she bare him A. 

2. 36 A. begat Nathan, and Nathan begat 

2. A Gadite who joined David at Ziklag, B.C. 1058. 

1 Ch. 12. 11 A. the sixth, Eliel the seventh 

3. A sou of Rehoboam son of Solomon, B.C. 974. 

2 Ch. n. 20 he took Jlaachali. .which bare him . .A. 
ATTAIN to or unto, to — 

l.To come, f03 bo. 

2 Sa. 23. 19 he attained not unto the (first) three 

23. 23 but he attained not to the (first) three 
1 Ch. 11. 21 he attained not to the (first) three 

11. 25 but attained not to the (first) three 

2. To be able, hb] yahol. 

Hos. ,8. 5 how long, .ere they attain to innocency? 

3.7*0 reach, cause to reach, ivi nasag, 5. 

Gen. 47. 9 have not attained unto the days of the 
Eze. 46. 7 according as his baud shall attain 

4. To get, obtain, riiQqanah. 

Prov. 1. 5 a man of understanding shall attain 

5-7*0 come, arrive, Karayrdoi hatantao. 

Acts 27. 12 if by any means, .might attain to Phenice 

Phil. 3. ti I might attain unto the resurrection of 
6.7*0 receive, talce, Kafx^dvw lamband. 

Phil. 3. 12 Not as though I had already attained 
7.7*0 comebefore another, <pQdvoi phthano. 

Rom. 9. 31 not attained to the law of righteousness 
8.7*0 go alongside of, -napaKoXovBioj paralvloutheo. 

1 Ti. 4. 6 doctrine, whereuuto thou hast attained 
9. 7*o seize on, lay hold of, Kara\ap^dvu>. 

Rom. 9. 30 after righteousness, have attained to 

ATTAIN already, to — 
To come before {another), <p6dva} phthanO. 
Phil. 3. 16 whereto wc have already attained 

AT-TA'-LI-A 'ATTaActa. 

A seaport of Pamphilia, near Terga. 

Acts 14. 25 had preached, .they went down into A. 

ATTEND, to — 

1.7*o understand, j'3 bin, 7a. 

Job 32. 12 Yea, I attended unto you, and, behold 
l.To give attention, aiyp qashab, 5. 

Psa. 17. 1 attend unto my cry, give car unto my 
u; 2 Attend unto me, and bear me : I mourn 
61. 1 Hear my cry. .attend unto my prayer 
66. 19 he hath attended to the voice of my 
86. 6 attend to the voice of my supplications 
142. 6 Attend unto my cry : tQt I am brought 
Prov. 4. t and attend to know understanding 

4. 20 attend to my words ; incline thine ear 

5. 1 attend unto my wisdom . .bow thine ear 
7. 24 attend to the words oi my mouth 



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a. Well-seated toward, evirpoa'cSpos cuproscdros. 
i Co. 7. 35 that ye may [attend upon] the Lord 

ATTEND continually upon, to — 
To be strong toward anything, irpocKapTepew. 
Horn. 13. 6 attending continually upon this very 

ATTEND unto, to — 

To hold toioard irpoa^xoi prosechd. 

Acts 16. 14 she attended unto the things which were 
ATTENDANCE — 
Standing, 1DJ/.Q maamad. 

1 Ki. 10. 5 attendance of his ministers, and their 

2 Ch. 9. 4 attendance of his ministers, and their 

ATTENDANCE at, to give — 

To hold toward, Trpocrex^ prosechS. 

Heb. 7. 13 no man gave attendance at the altar 
ATTENDANCE to, to give — 
To hold toward, 7rpoo"e'x&> proseclw. 

1 Ti. 4. 13 Till I come, give attendance to readiug 
ATTENT — 

Attentive, 2&$ gaslishub. 

2 Ch. 6. 40 (let) thine ears (be) attent unto the prayer 

7. 15 and mine ears attent unto the prayer 
ATTENTIVE — 
1. Attentive, 2'4'\2 qashshab. 

Neh. 1. 6 Let thine ear now be attentive, and 

1. 11 let now thine ear be attentive to the 

^.Attentive, iv$ qasliskui. 

Psa. 130. 2 hear my voice : let thine ears be attentive 
ATTENTIVE, to be very — 
To hang on exceedingly, iKKpt/jLa/xxt ekkremamai. 

Luke 19. 48 the people were very attentive to hear 
ATTENTIVELY — 

To hear, hearken, yips' shamea. 

Job 37. 2 Hear attentively the noise of his voice 

ATTIRE — 

1. Things bound, on, Dnafp qishshurinu 

Jer. 2. 32 her ornaments, (or) a bride her attire ? 

^.Something put on, TCP shith. 

Prov. 7. 10 a woman (with) the attire of an harlot 

ATTIRED, to be — 

To be wrapped round, *py tsanaph. 

Lev. 16. 4 with the linen mitre shall he be attired 

AUDIENCE — 

l.Ear, jtm ozen. 

Gen. 23. 10 in the audience of the children of Heth 
23. 13 he spake unto Ephron in the audience 
23. 16 in the audience of the sons of Heth 
EX0424. 7 read in the audience of the people 
1 Sa. 25. 24 I pray thee, speak in thine audience 
1 Ch. 28. S and in the audience of our God, keep 
Neh. 13. 1 On that day they read, .in the audience 

%Hearing, ear, o.kot) akoe. 

Luke 7. 1 had ended all his sayings in the audience 
AUDIENCE, to give — 
To give ear, clkovco akouo. 

Acts 13. 16 and ye that fear God, give audience 

15. 12 multitude kept silence, and gave audience 
22. 22 they gave him audience unto this word 
AUDIENCE of, in the — 
To give ear, afcovv akouo. 

Luke2o. 45 in the audience of all the people he said 
AUGHT or OUGHT — 
l.Not even one (thing), ouSeis oudeis. 

Mark 7. 12 suffer him. .to do ought for his father 
%Any one or thing, ris iis. 

Matt. 5. 23 that thy brother hath ought against thee 

2i. 3 if any. .say ought unto you, ye shall 
Acts 4. 32 neither said any. .that ought of. .things 

28. 19 I had ought to accuse my nation of 
Phm. 18 If he. .oweth. .ought, put that on mine 

AUGHT, if — 

If any (one or thing), e* rts ei tis. 

Mark 8. 23 upon him, he asked him if he saw ought 
11. 25 forgive, if ye have ought against any 

Acts 24. 19 have been here . . if they had ought against 

AUGHT to eat — 

To eat, tpayeiv phagein. 

John 4. 33 Hath anynianbroughthini(ought)toeat? 
AUGMENT, to — 
To add, H2D saphaji. 

Nuni32. 14 to augment yet. .fierce anger of the Lord 
AU-GUS'-TUS, Aijyovo-Tos, Se^ao-To's sacred, kingly. 
Augustus Caesar became emperor of Rome after the 
death of his uncle, Julius Caesar. B.C. 20. 

Luke 2. 1 there went out a decree from Cesar A. 

Acts 25. 21 Paul had appealed, .untothehearingof A. 
25. 25 that he himself hath appealed to A., I 
27. 1 named Julius, a centurion of A.'s band 
AUL — 
An awl, y$"?a martsea. 

Exod.21. 6 shall bore his ear through with an aul 

Dcut.15. 17 thou shalt take an aul, and thrust 



AUNT — 

Father's sister, uncle's wife, rrrn doclah. 

Lev. iS. 14 not approach to his wife : she., thine aunt 
AUSTERE — 
Hough, harsh, austere, avcrnpos au&teros. 

Luke 19. 21 feared thee, because thou art an austere 
19. 22 Thou knewest that I was an austere man 
AUTHOR — 
l.Cause, occasion, curios aitws. 

Heb. 5. 9 he became the author of eternal salvation 
I.Bcginner, chief, leader, apxyyds archegos. 

Heb. 12. 2 unto Jesus the author and finisher of 

AUTHORITY — 

1. Strength, r$m toqeph. 

Esth. 9. 29 Mordecai the Jew, wrote with., authority 
2.Privilegc, authority, 4£ovata exousia. 

Matt. 7. 29 he taught them as. .having authority 

8. 9 For I am a man under authority, having; 
ax. 23 By what authority doest thou these things? 
21. 23 aud who gave thee this- authority ? 

2i. 24 I . .will tell you by what authority I do 

21. 27 Neither tell I you by what authority I do 
Mark i. 22 taught them as one that had authority 

1. 27 for with authority commandeth he even 
it. 28 Bywhatauthority doest thou these things 
11. 28 who gave thee this authority to do 
11. 29 I will tell you by what authority I do 
11. 33 Neither do I tell you by what authority 
13. 34 who left his house, and gave authority 
Luke 4. 36 with authority and power he commandeth 
7. 8 I also am a man set under authority 

9. 1 gave them power and authority over all 

19. 17 have thou authority over ten cities 

20. 2 by what authority doest thou these things? 
20. 2 who is he that gave thee this authority? 
20. 8 Neither tell I you by what authority I do 
20. 20 unto the power and authority of the 

John 5. 27 hath given him authority to execute 
Acts 9. 14 he hath authority from the chief priests 
26. 10 I shut up. .having received authority from 
26. 12 as I went to Damascus with authority 

1 Co. 15. 24 he shall have put down all.. authority 

2 Co. 10. 8 boast somewhat more of our authority 

1 Pe. 3. 22 angels and authorities and powers being 
Rev. 13. 2 gave him . .his seat, and great authority 
3.-4?i. injunction, 4iriTayr\ epitage. 

Titus 2. 15 things speak, .and rebuke, .all authority 

4. A holding over, virepoxv huperoche. 

1 Ti. 2. 2 For kings, and. .all that are in authority 

AUTHORITY, to be in — 

To be great, many, mighty, n^"i rabah. 

Prov. 29. 2 When the righteous are in authority, the 

AUTHORITY upon, to exercise — 
l.To use or take privilege, i^ouaid^co exousiazo. 
Luke 22. 25 they that exercise authority upon them 

2. To use great privilege, Kare^ovo'id^w. 

Matt 20. 25 they that, .exercise authority upon them 
Markio. 42 their great ones exercise authority upon 

AUTHORITY, of great — 
Powerful one, bwdarns dunastes. 

Acts 8. 27 an eunuch of great authority under Cand. 

AUTHORITY over, to usurp — 
To use one's own armour, audeurico authented. 
i Ti. 2. 12 nor to usurp authority over the man 

A'-VA, Njy region. 

A district near Babylon and Cuthah, whose in- 
habitants were transported to Samaria. Perhaps the 
same as Iva. 

2KL 17. 24 the king of Assyria brought, .from A. 
AVAIL, to — 
l.To be equal, even. DJp shavah. 

Esth. 5. 13 Yet all this availeth me nothing, so long 

2.To be strong, laxvco ischuv. 

Gal. 5. 6 neither circumcision availeth anything 

6. 15 neither circumcision [availeth] anything 
Jas. 5. 16 prayer of a righteous man availeth much 

A'-VEN, px vanity. 

Egyptian city of On or Heliopolis. 

Eze. 30. 17 The young men of A. and of Pibeseth 
Hos. 10. 8 The high places also of A., the sin of 
Amos 1. 5 the inhabitant from the plain of A. 

AVENGE, to — 

l.To give ease, safety, r^; yasha, 5. 

1 Sa. 25. 31 or that my lord hath avenged himself 

2. To breatlie out a breathing, ni?$ cpi neqamah. 

Num3i. 2 Avenge the children of Israel. .Midianites 

3. To give out vengeance, n^-yi ]mnatJian. 

Nuni3i. 3 go against. .Midianites. .avenge the Lord 

2 Sa. 4. 8 Lord hath avenged my lord the king 

22. 48 It (is) God that avengeth me, and that 
Psa. 18. 47 God that avengeth me, and subdueth 

4. To breatlie out, avenge, Dpi naqam. 

Lev. 19. 18 Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear. .grudge 

26. 25 I will bring a sword, .that shall avenge 
Dent 32. 43 he will avenge the blood of his servants 
1 Sa. 24. 12 the Lord avenge me of thee 



5. To avenge (earnestly^, cpi naqam, 3. 

2 Ki. 9. 7 I may avenge the blood of my servants 

6. To look over or after, "ipp paqad. 

Hos. 1. 4 a little (while), and I will avenge the 
7 .To judge, adjudicate, n$v skaphat. 

2 Sa. ig. 19 Lord hath avenged him of his enemies 
18. 31 Lord hath avenged thee this day of 
S.To give full justice, ikBiKea ekdikeG. 

LukeiS. 3 saying, Avenge me of mine adversary 

18. 5 I will avenge her, lest, .she weary me 
Rom 12. 19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves 
Rev. 6. 10 dost thou not judge and avenge our blood 

19. 2 hath avenged the blood' of Iris servants 

9. To judge judgment, Kpivw Kpifxa krino krim". 

Rev. 18. 20 Rejoice, .for God hath avenged you on 

10. To do full justice, iroieco iK^iKnaiv. 

Luke 18, 7 shall not God avenge his own elect 

iS. 8 I tell you that he will avenge, .speedily 
Acts 7. 24 he defended (him), and avenged him that 

AVENGE selves, to — 

l.To avenge, Dpi naqam. 

Josh 10. 13 until the people had avenged themselves 

2. To be avenged, dpi neiqam, 2. 

Esth. 8. 13 to avenge themselves on their enemies 
Isa. 1. 24 and avenge me of mine enemies 
Jer. 46. 10 he may avenge him of his adversaries 

AVENGED, to be — 

l.To be avenged, cpi nakam, 2. 

Judgis. 7 yet will I be avenged of you, and after 
16. 28 be at once avenged of the Philistines for 

1 Sa. 14. 24 that I may be avenged on mine enemies 

18. 25 but. .to be avenged of the king's enemies 

2. To be avenged, Cpi naqam, 6. 

Gen. 4. 24 If Cain shall be avenged sevenfold 
3. To avenge oneself, Cpi naqam, 7. 

Jer. 5. 9, 29 shall not my soul be avenged on such 
9. 9 shall not my soul be avenged on such a 

AVENGER, — 

l.To loose, set free (from blood), hx$ gaol. 
Nuin.35. 12 cities for refuge from the avenger 
Deut 19. 6 Lest the avenger of the blood pursue the 

19. 12 deliver him into the hand of the avenger 
Josh 20. 3 sjiall be your refuge from the avenger of 

20. 5 And if the avenger of blood pursue after 
20. 9 and not die by the hand of the avenger 

2. To avenge oneself, cpi naqam, 7. 

Psa. 8. 2 mightest still the enemy and the avenger 
44. 16 by reason of the enemy and avenger 
3. Doing full justice, eicdiKos ekdikos. 

1 Th. 4. 6 the Lord (is) the avenger of all such 

AVENGING — 

1. To give ease, jzs : ; yasha, 5. 

1 Sa. 25. 26 from avenging thyself with thine own 

25. 33 from avenging myself with mine own 

2. To free the free, rnjP T ? JH3 para pcraoth. 

Judg. 5. 2 Praise ye the Lord for the avenging of 
AVERSE — 
To turn back, l\p shub. 

Mic. 2. 8 pass by securely as men averse from war 

AV-HH, AV-ITES, ciy villagers. 

1. A tribe destroyed before the time of Moses. 

Deut. 2. 23 the A.s which dwelt in Hazerira. 

Josh 13. 3 Gittites, and the Ekronites ; also the A.s 

2. A city of Benjamin, near Beth-el. (The definite 
article is here prefixed in the Hebrew). Now Ettell. 

Josh iS. 23 A., and Parah, and Ophrah 

3. A tribe transported to Samaria, B.C. 678. 

2 Ki. 17. 31 the A.s made Nibhaz and Tartak, and 

A-VITH, rnjj. hut, village. 

The capital of Hadad, 4th Edomite king. 

Gen. 36. 35 and the name of his city (was) A. 

1 Ch. 1. 46 and the name of his city (was) A. 

AVOID, to — 

l.To go round about, 3?p sabab, 2. 

1 Sa. 18. 11 David avoided out of his presence twice 

2. To be or keep free, jna para. 

Prov. 4. 15 Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it 

3. Through, on account of, Sid dia (ace.) 

1 Co. 7. 2 (to avoid) fornication, let every man have 
4. To incline orbend fromjKK\ip<*> ekklin~>. 

Rom. 16. 17 doctrine which ye have learned., avoid 
5. To turn oft' from, eKrp€iro/j.ai ektrepomai. 

1 Ti. 6. 20 avoiding profane (and) vain babblings 
6. To ask off from, irapairiofxai paraiteomai. 

2 Ti. 2. 23 avoid, knowing that they do gender strifi i 
7. To beware of, Trepitaryfii periistem,i. 

Titus 3. q avoid foolish questions, and genealogies 
8. To set, place, (rreXXw stello. 

2 Co. 8. 20 Avoiding this, that no man should blame 

AVOUCH, to — 

To say, tsn amar, 5. 

Deut26. 17 Thou hast avouched the Lord this day 

26. 18 the Lord hath avouched thee this day 



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AWAIT, laying — 

Counsel against, £irt$ov\4i epiboule. 

Acts 9. 24 their laying a vait was known of Saul 
AWAKE — 
1.7*0 wake, be stirring, j*p; yaqats. 

Gen. 9. 24 Noah awoke from his wine, and knew 

28. 16 Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he 
41. 4 and fat kine. So Pharaoh awoke 

41. 7 Pharaoh awoke, and, behold, .a dream 
41. 21 as at the beginning. So I awoke 
Judgi6. 14 lie awaked out of his sleep, and went 

16. 20 he awoke out of his sleep, and said 

1 Ki. 3. 75 Solomon awoke ; and, behold, (it was) a 
Psa. 78. 65 the Lord awaked as one out of sleep 
Hab. 2. 7 Shall they not. .awake that shall vex 

2.7*o be stirring, awake, Yiy ur, 

Judg 5. 12 Awake, awake, Deborah : awake, awake 
Psa. 7. 6 awake for me (to) the judgment (that) 
44. 23 Awake, why sleepest thou, O Lord ? arise 
57. 8 Awake up, my glory ; awake, psaltery 
5g. 4 without (my) fault : awake to help me 
io3. 2 Awake, psaltery and harp : I (myself) will 
Song 4. 16 Awake, north wind; and come, thou 
Isa. 51. 9 Awake, awake, put on strength, arm 

51. 9 awake, as in the ancient days, in the 

52. 1 Awake, awake ; put on thy strength, O 
Zechi3. 7 Awake, O sword, against my shepherd 

3.7*0 awake, stir up, "ny ur, 3a. ■ 

Song 2. 7 that ye stir not up, nor awake (my) love 
3. 5 that ye stir not up, nor awake (my) love 
8. 4 that ye stir not up, nor awake (my) love 
4.7*0 stir tip, awake, Yiy ur, 5. 

Job 8. 6 surely now he would awake for thee, and 
Psa. 57. 8 I (myself) will awake early 

108. 2 Awake, psaltery and harp: I., will awake 

5.7*0 stir oneself up, Tiy vr, 7a.. 

Isa. 51. 17 Awake, awake, stand up, Jerusalem 

6.7*0 awake (from sleep) \"\p quts, 5. 

1 Sa. 26. 12 no man saw (it), .neither awaked 

Job 14. 12 they shall not awake, nor be raised out 

Psa. 3. 5 I awaked ; for the Lord sustained me 

17. 15 I shall be satisfied, when I awake 
35. 23 Stir up. .and awake to my judgment 
59. 5 God of Israel, awake to visit all the 
73. 20 As a dream when (one) awaketh 

139. 18 when I awake, I am still with thee 
Prov.23. 35 when shall I awake? I will seek it yet 
Isa. 26. 19 Awake and sing, ye that dwell in dust 

29. 8 but he awaketh . . but he awaketh 

Jer. 31. 26 I awaked, and beheld ; and my sleep was 
Dan. 12. 2 in the dust of the earth shall awake 
Joel 1. 5 Awake, ye drunkards, and weep; and 
Hab. 2. 19 to the wood, Awake ; to the dumb stone 

7.7*0 stir up, awake YJJ. 

Psa. 73. 20 Lord, when thou awakest, thou 

8.7*0 awake thoroughly, Sieyeipw diegeiro. 
Mark 4. 38 they [awake] him, and say unto him 
Luke 8. 24 they came to him, and awoke him 

9.7*0 wake up, eye/pw egeiro. 

Matt. 8. 25 awoke him, saying, Lord, save us : we 
Rom. 13. 11 (it is) high time to awake out of sleep 
Eph. 5. 14 [Awake] thou that sleepest, and arise 

10.7*0 be very sober, e/cW^co eknepho. 

1 Co. 15. 34 Awake to righteousness, and sin not 
AWAKE, to be — 

1.7*0 awake, \>p quts, 5. 

2 Ki. 4. 31 told him, saying. The child is not awaked 
2.7*o wake thoroughly, Siaypvyopeo diagregoreo. 

Luke 9. 32 when they were awake, they saw his glory 
AWAKE out of sleep, to — 
1.7*0 wake out of sleep, Qwrrvifa exupnizo. 

John 11. 11 I go, that I may awake him out of sleep 
2.7*0 become awake out of sleep, ytuo/xat e%virvos. 

Acts 16. 27 the keeper of the prison awaking out of 
AWAKED, to be — 
To awake, fp; yaqats. 

1 Ki. 18. 27 Cry. .he sleepeth, and must be awaked 
AWARE, to be — 
1.7*0 knmo, yi; yada. 

Song 6. 12 Or ever I was aware, my soul made me 

Jer. 50. 24 Babylon, and thou wast not aware 
2.7*0 know, hare acquaintance with, yivwaKM. 

Luke 12. 46 at an hour when he is not aware 
3.7*0 see, know, o?5a oida. 

Luke 11. 44 men that walk over, .are not aware 
AWARE of, to be — 
To know, yivu)(TKu> ginoskd. 

Matt. 24. 50 and in an hour that he is not aware of 
AWAY — 
1. Way, rood, ~*yi derek. 

1 Sa. 24. 19 his enemy, will he let him go well away ? 
2.7*o go on, ~S; yalak. 

" Exod.19. 24 Away, gut thee down, and thou shalt 
S.ToJlee, DU YVU8. 

2 Sa. 18. 3 if we Hue away, they will not care for us 
4.7*0 turn aside, Yip sarar. 

Zech. 7. 11 refused to hearken, and pulled away the 



5. Without, outside e£w exo. 

Matt 13. 48 into vessels, but cast the bad away 

[See also Ashes, break, bring, captive, carried, 
carry, carrying, cast, casting, catch, chase, 
chased, consume, convey, departing, do, done, 
draw, drawn, dried, drive, driven, fade, fadeth, 
fall, falling, far, flee, flood, flow, fly, gray, get, 
go, gone, haste, have, have taken, lay, lead, 
led, look, melt, move, pass, passed, pine, pluck, 
plucked, portion, purged, push, put, put far, 
putting, remove, roll, run, scatter, sell, sail, 
send, sending, slip, steal, stolen, sweep, swept, 
take, taken, thrust, turn, turned, turning, un- 
takeu, utterly, vanish, vilely cast, violently 
take, wash, waste, wear, wipe, wiped, wither, 
withered.] 

AWAY far, to put — 

7*o put far off, prq rachaq, 5. 

Job 11. 14 If iniquity, .put it far away, and let not 

AWAY from — 

From ojter, '"irixo meachare. 

Kum 14. 43 ye are turned away from the LORD 
32. 15 if ye turn away from after liim 

AWAY with, to — 

1.7*0 be able, fc)j yakoL 

Isa. 1. 13 calling of assemblies, I cannot away with 

2. 7*o lift up, bear away, atpw airo. 

Luke23. 18 Away with this (man), and release unto 
Johmg. 15 Away with (him), away with (him), crucify 
Acts 21. 36 multitude, .followed after, crying, Away 
22. 22 Away with such a (fellow) from the earth 

AWE, to stand in — 

1. 7*o shrink, be afraid, "fla 

Psa. 33. 8 inhabitants of the world stand in awe 

2. To fear, TO pacJiad. 

Psa.119. 161 my heart staudethiu awe of thy word 
3.7*0 be angry, n~i ragaz. 

Psa. 4. 4 Stand in awe, and sin not : commune with 

AX or AXE — 

X.An Axe, jna garzen. 

Deutig. 5 his hand fetcheth a stroke with the ax 
20. 19 the trees thereof by forcing an ax against 

1 Ki. 6. 7 that there was neither hammer nor ax 
Isa. 10. 15 Shall the ax boast itself against him 

%A destroying weapon, sword, nnn chercb. 

Eze. 26. 9 with his axes he shall break down thy 
Z.A maul, great hammer, Ve'3 kashshil. 

Psa. 74. 6 break down the carved work, .with axes 

4. A cutting or sawing instrument, rrjuo magzerah. 

2 Sa. 12. 31 under harrows of iron, and under axes of 

5. Saw, axe, rriJD mtgerah. 

1 Ch. 20. 3 with harrows of iron, and with axes 
6. Ax, hatchet, Y^yp, maatsad. 

Jer. 10. 3 cutteth. .out of the forest, .with the ax 
7. Axe, D"TJj3 qardom. 

Judg. 9. 48 Abimelechtookanaxinhishand, and cut 

1 Sa. 13. 20 to sharpen every man. .his ax, and his 

13. 21 Yet they had a file, .for the axes, and to 
Psa. 74. 5 according as he had lifted up axes 
Jer. 46. 22 come against her with axes, as hewers 

8. A n axe, a£lvw axine. 

Matt. 3. 10 now also the ax is laid unto the root 
Luke 3. 9 now also the ax is laid unto the root 

AX HEAD — 

Iron, bpi barzel, 

2 Ki. 6. 5 the ax head fell into the water : and 

AXLE TREE — 
Iron, y yad. 

1 Ki. 7. 32 the axletrees of the wheels (were joined) 

7. 33 their axletrees, and their naves, and their 

A'-ZAX, Ssx declivity, slope. 
A place near Jerusalem. 
Zech. 14. 5 valley of the mountains, .shall reach. .A. 

A-ZAL'-IAH, 5Y^tt Jah is noble. 
Father of Shaphan the scribe, B.C. 624. 

2 Ki. 22. 3 the king sent Shaphan the son of A. 

2 Ch. 34. 8 he sent Shaphan the son of A., and M. 

A-ZAN'-IAH, n;?]x Jah is hearer. 

(.Hie whose son signed the covenant, B.C. 470. 

Neh. 10. 9 the Levites : both Jeshua the son of A. 

A-ZAR'-AEL, A-ZAR'-EEL, h^vjSL God is helper. 

1. An Aaronite of the family of ' Korah, who joined 
David at Ziklag, B.C. 1058. 

iCh. 12. 6 Elkanah, and Jesiah, and A., and Joezer 

2. A priest appointed by lot to minister in the service 
of song in the sanctuary in time of David, B.C. 1015. 
He seems to have been the same as Asarelah the son of 
Asaph. 

xCh.25. 18 The eleventh to A., (lie,) his sons, and his 

3. A Danite prince in the time of David, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 27. 22 Of Dan, A. the son of Jeroham 

4. One of the family of Bani, who took strange wives dur- 
ing the exile, B.C. 456. 

Ezra 10. 41 [Of the sons of Bani] . . A., and Shelemiah 



5. A priest of the family of Immer, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 11. 13 Amashai the son of A., the son of Ahasai 
12. 36 his brethren, Shemaiah, and A., Milalai 

A-ZAR'-IAH, n;iiy : Jah is keeper. 
A very common name in Hebrew, and especially in the 
family of Eleazar, whose name has a similar meaning. 
It is nearly identical with Ezra, as well as with Zera- 
hiah and Seraiah. 

1. A descendant of David's high priest, B.C. 1014. 

iKi. 4. 2 These (were) the princes.. A. the son of Z. 

2. Son of Nathan, ruler of Solomon's officers, B.C. 1014. 

iKi. 4. 5 A. the son of Nathan.. over the officers 

3. Son of Amaziah, who was made king of Judah after 
his father, B.C. 809. 

2 Ki. 14. 21 all the people of Judah took A. 

15. 1 began A. son of Amaziah king of Judah 
15. 6 the rest of the acts of A., and all that 
15. 7 So A. slept with his fathers ; and they 
15. 8 In the thirty and eighth year of A. king of 
15. 17 In the nine and thirtieth year of A. king 
15. 23 In the fiftieth year of A. king of Judah 
15. 27 In the two and fiftieth year of A. king of 

1 Ch. 3. 12 Amaziah his son, A. his son, Jotham 

4. A descendant of Judah, through Zerah, B.C. 1660. 

1 Ch. 2. 8 And the sons of Ethan ; A. 

5. A descendant of Jerahmeel, grandson of Pharez, B.C. 
133°- 

1 Ch. 2. 38 Obed begat Jehu, and Jehu begat A. 

2. 39 A. begat Helez, and Helez begat 

6. A son of Ahimaz, and grandson of Zadok, B.C. 914. 

1 Ch. 6. 9 Ahimaaz begat A., and A. begat Johanan 

7. A grandson of the preceding, under Solomon, B.C. 
840. 

1 Ch. 6. 10 And Johanan begat A. 

6. 11 A. begat Amariah, and Amariah 
S. A son of Hilkiah, the high-priest in the reign of 
Josiah, B.C. 641-610. 

1 Ch. 6. 13 Shallum begat Hilkiah . .Hilkiah begat A. 

6. 14 A. begat Seraiah, and Seraiah begat 
9. n A. the son of Hilkiah, the son of 
Ezra 7. 1 Ezra the son of Seraiah, the son of A. 

9. A descendant of Kohath, from whom sprang the pro- 
phet Samuel, B.C. 1100. 

iCh. 6. 36 Joel, the son of A., the son of Zephaniah 

10. A prophet sent to encourage Asa to destroy the idols 
in Judah, B.C. 941. 

2 Ch. 15. 1 the Spirit of God came upon A. the 

11. A sou of king Jehoshaphat, B.C. 890. 
2CI1.21. 2 he had brethren. .A., and Jehiel 

12. Another son of Jehoshaphat, B.C. 890. 

2CI1. 21. 2 he had brethren. .A. and Michael 

13. Son of Jehoram, called also Ahaziah, B.C. 885. 
2 Ch. 22. 6 A. the son of Jehoram king of 

14. A captain who aided in elevating Joash to the throne 
of Judah, B.C. 878. 

2CI1. 23. 1 Jehoiada. .took. .A. the son of 

15. Another who assisted in the same work. 

2 Ch. 23. 1 Jehoiada . . took . . A. the son of Obed 

16. The high priest that hiudered Uzziah from burning 
incense on the altar, B.C. 765. 

2 Ch.26. 17 A. the priest went in after him 

26. 20 And A. the chief priesc, and all the 

17. A chief of the tribe of Ephraim, B.C. 741. 

2 Ch. 28. 12 A. the son of Johanan, Berechiah the 
IS. A Kohathite and father of Joel, B.C. 726. 

2 Ch. 29. 12 the Levites arose, .and Joel the son of A. 
If). A Merarite who assisted in cleansing the temple in 
the time or Hezekiah, B.C. 726, 

2 Ch. 29. 12 Then the Levites arose . . and A. the son 

20. A priest (of the family of Zadok) who became chief 
priest in Hezekiah's time, B.C. 726. 

2 Ch. 31. 10 A. the chief priest of the house of Zadok 
31. 13 and A. the ruler of the house of God 

21. Great-grandfather of Zadok the priest, and an 
ancestor of Ezra. 

Ezra 7. 3 Amariah, thesonof A.,thesonof iMeraioth 

22. One of the family of Ananiah. He repaired a 
portion of the wall of Jerusalem after the exile, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 3. 23 After him repaired A. the son of 

3. 24 from the house of A. unto the turning 

23. In one passage this name is given to Seraiah who 
came up to Jerusalem with Zerubbabel, or perhaps 
Scramh is here omitted, B.C. 590. 

Neh. 7. 7 Nehemiah, A,, Raamiah, Nahamani 

24. A priest who explained the law to the people while 
Ezra was reading it, B.C. 445. Perhaps the same as 
No. 22. 

Neh. 8. 7 A. ..caused the people to understand the 

25. A priest who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant, 

B.C. 445. 

Neh. 10. 2 [Now those that sealed (were)]. .A., Jer. 
20. A prince of Judah who joined in the procession with 
Nehemiah, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 12. 33 [after them went]. .A., Ezra, and M. 
27. A son of Hoshaiah who charged Jeremiah with 
prophesying falsely, B.C. 587. 

Jer. 43. 2 Then spake A. the sou of Hoshaiah, and 



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2S. A young man carried away to Babylon along with 
Daniel, B.C. 560. 

Dan. 1. 6 of the children of Judah, Daniel . . and A. 
1. 7 and to A., of Abed-nego 
1. 11 had set over Daniel, Hananiah..and A. 

1. 19 among them all was found none like. .A. 

2. 17 Daniel.. made the thing known to.. A., his 

A'-ZAZ, itm strong. 

Father of a' chief of Reuben, in the time of Jeroboam 

II., B.C. 1200. 

1 Ch. 5. S Eela the son of A., the son of Shema. 
A-ZAZ-I'AH, *n;]]& Jah is strong. 
1. A Levite appointed for the musical service when the 
ark was brought up from the house of Obed-edom, 

B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 15. 21 Jeiel, andA.,withharpsontheSheminith 
■2. Father of Hoshea, prince of Ephraim, in the time of 
David, B.C. 1040. 

1 Ch. 27. 20 children of Ephraim, Hoshea the son of A. 
3. A Levite who had the oversight of the dedicated 
things in Hezekiah's reign, B.C. 726. 

2 Ch. 31. 13 Jehiel, and A. . .(were) overseers under 
AZ'-BTJK, pi3?2 pardon. 

Father of Nehemiah who repaired a portion of the wall 
of Jerusalem after the return from Babylon, B.C. 445. 
Neh. 3. 16 After him repaired .. the son of A. 

A-ZE'-KAH, np.TJi breach. 

A town of Judah with dependant villages lying in the 
Shephelah or low agricultu ral plain. Near the northern 
Shoehoh and Beth-horon, not far from the modern 
Ain-skems; or the modern Tel Zakariya on the Wady 
Sumt, the Vale of Elah. 

Josh. 10. 10 smote them to A., and unto Makkedah 
10. 11 stones from heaven upon them unto A. 
15. 35 [in the valley].. Socoh, and A. 
1 Sa. 17. 1 pitched between Shocoh and A., in 
2Ch. 11. 9 [He built even]..Lachish, and A. 
Neh. 11. 30 the fields thereof, at A., and (in) the 
Jer. 34. 7 king of Babylon's army fought against . .A. 

A'-ZEL, *?sk nohle. 

A Benjamite of the family of Saul, B.C. 860. 

1 Ch. 8. 37 Kapha (was) his son, Eleasah his son, A. 
8. 38 A. had six sons, whose names (are) these 

8. 38 All these (were) the sons of A. 

9. 43 Rephaiah his son, Eleasah his son, A. his 
9. 44 A. had six sons, whose names (are) these 
9. 44 Hanau : these (were) the sons of A. 

A'-ZEM, D'0 fortress. 

A city in the extreme S. of Judah, assigned to Simeon 

elsewhere called Ezem, (Now El-Aujeh.) 

Josh. 15. 29 [cities of the tribe] . . were Kabzeel . . and A. 
19. 3 [in their inheritance Beersheba]. .and A. 

1 Ch. 4. 29 [they dwelt at].. Bilhah, and at E.; and at 

AZ'-GAD, laiy worship, supplication. 

1. One whose posterity came up with Zerubbabel, B.C. 
536. 

Ezra 2. 12 children of A., a thousand two hundred 
Neh. 7. 17 children of A., two thousand three 

2. One who came up from exile with Ezra, B.C. 458. 

Ezra 8. 12 of the sons of A. ; Johanan the son of 

3. A chief, or the name of a family of Jews who, with 
Nehemiah, sealed the covenant, B.C. 536. 

Neh. 10. 15 [chief of the people]. .Bunni, A., Bebai 

A-ZI'-EL, WVL God is might. 

A Levite in the choral service of the tabernacle at the 
time the ark was brought up from the house of Obed- 
edom, B.C. T042. In v. 18 it is Jaaziel. 

1 Ch. 15. 20 Zechariah, and A. . .with psalteries on 

A-ZI'-ZA, \X\"Vi strong. 

One of the family of Zattu who had taken a strange 

wife, B.C. 457. 

Ezra 10. 27 of the sons of Zattu. .Zabad and A. 
AZ-MA'-VETH, niotu counsel or strength of death, 

1. One of Davids thirty valiant men, B.C. 1050. 

2 Sa. 23. 31 [one of the thirty] A. the Barhumite 

1 Ch. 11. 33 A.theBaharumite, EliahbatheShaalbon. 

2. A descendant of Jonathan, Saul's son, B.C. 940. 

1 Ch. 8. 36 Jehoada begat Alemeth, and A., and 

9. 42 Jarah begat Alemeth, and A., and Zimri 

3. One whose two sons joined David at Ziklag, B.C. 1050. 

1 Ch. 12. 3 Jeziel, and Pelet, the sons of A. ; and 

4. A village called also Betk-azmaveth, lying on the 
confines of Judah and Benjamin. (Now Hizmeh.) 

Ezra 2. 24 children of A., forty and two 

Neh. 12. 29 out of the fields at Geba and A. : for the 
.". One of David's treasury officers, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 27. 25 over the king's treasures. .A. the son of 
AZ'-MON, ]iovi; fortress. 

A place on the S. of Canaan, near the torrent of Egypt, 
li'ady-el-arisli. 

Num34. 4 your border shall, .pass on to A. 

34. 5 the border shall fetch a compass from A. 

Josh 15. 4 it passed toward A., and went out unto 

AZ-NOTH TA'-BOR, ibl? ni:m ears or peaks of Tabor. 
A pair of hills on the border of Naphtali. 

Josh. 19. 34 the coast turneth westward to A., and \ 

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A'-ZOE, 'A££p helper. 

Great grandson of Zorobabel, B.C. 400. 

Matt. 1. 13 Abiud begat Eliakim. .Eliakim begat A. 
1. 14 And A. begat Sadoc; aud Sadoc begat 

A-ZO'-TUS, "Afar os fortress, castle. 
Another form of Ashdod, now called Esdud. 

Acts 8. 40 Philip was found at A. : and passing 

AZ-RI'-EL, ^xniy God is helper. 

1. The head, of a family of the half tribe of Manasseh, 

E. of the Jordan, B.C. 1300. 

1 Ch. 5. 24 these, .the heads.. Eltel, and A., and 
2.Fatber of the ruler of Naphtali in David's time, B.C. 
1015. 

1 Ch. 27. 19 Of Naphtali, Jerimoth the son of A. 
3. The father of an officer sent to take Baruch, B.C. 606. 

Jer. 36. 26 king commanded. .Seriah the son of A. 
AZ-RI'-KAM, CjT"ny my help has risen, 

1. Son of Neraiah, of the family of David, B.C. 460. 

1 Ch. 3. 23 the sons of Neariah. .Hezekiah, and A. 

2. A son of Azel, of the family of Saul, B.C. 860. 

1 Ch. 8. 38 Azel had six sons.. A., Bocheru, and 
9. 44 Azel had six sons. .A., Bocheru, aud 

3. A Levite, a descendant of Merari, B.C. 470. 

1 Ch. 9. 14 of the Levites. .Hasshub, the sou of A. 
Neh. 11. 15 of the Levites. .A., the son of Hashabiah 

4. Governor of the house of king Ahaz, B.C. 741. 

2 Ch. 28. 7 Zichri . . slew . . A. the governor of the house 
A-ZTJ'-BAH, <"niiy. forsaken. 

1. The mother of king Jehoshaphat, B.C. 914. 

1 Ki. 22. 42 his mother's name (was) A. the daughter 

2 Ch. 20. 31 his mother's name (was) A. the daughter 

2. The wife of Caleb, son of Hezron, B.C. 1540. 

iCh. 2. 18 Caleb.. begat.. of A. (his) wife, and of Jer. 
2. 19 when A. was dead, Caleb took unto him 

A'-ZTTR, n»y helper. 

Father of Jaazauiah, a prince seen in vision, B.C. 594. 
Eze. 11. 1 among whom I saw Jaazauiah . .son of A. 

AZ'-ZAH, [JSI fortress. 

A city of the Philistines assigned to Judah, and com- 
monly called Gaza, and now Ghuzzeh. 

Deut. 2. 23 the Avims which dwelt.. unto A., the 

1 Ki. 4. 24 he had dominion.. from Tiphsah..to A. 

Jer. 25. 20 And all the mingled people . . and A. 
AZ'-ZAIT, \]V. sharp. 

Father of Paltiel, a prince of Issachar, chosen to ap- 
portion the land W. of the Jordan, B.C. 1540. 

Nuni34. 26 prince of the tribe. .Paltiel the son of A. 
AZ'-ZTJR, -my helper. 

1. A man who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant, B.C. 

445- 

Neh. 10. 17 [chief of the people]. .Ater, Hizkijah, A. 

2. A Gibeonite, father of Hananiah, who withstood 
Jeremiah, B.C. 596. 

Jer. 28. 1 Hananiah the son of A. the prophet 



BA'-AL, BA-A'-inff, V^rt master, jiossessor. 

The chief male deity of the Phoenicians andCanaauites, 

as Ashtoreth was their chief female deity. Both these 

names have the peculiarity of being used in the plural, 

and of ahvays having the definite article prefixed, e.g. 

the Baalim. 

1. An idol of the Phoenicians and Tyrians. 

Nura 22. 41 brought him up into the high places of B. 
Judg. 2. 11 And the children of Israel, .served B. 
2. 13 they forsook the LORD, and served B. 
- 3. 7 of Israel did evil, .and served B. 

6. 31 Joash said. .Will ye plead for B.? will ye 
6. 32 Let B. plead against him, because he hath 
8. 33 children of Israel, .went a whoring after B. 
10. 6 of Israel did evil . . and served B. 
10. 10 have forsaken our God, and also served B. 
1 Sa. 7. 4 children of Israel did put away B. and 
12. 10 forsaken the Lord, and have served B. 
1 Ki. 16. 31 went and served B., aud worshipped him 
16. 32 an altar for B. in the house of B. 
iS. 18 and thou hast followed B. 
18. 19 the prophets of B. four hundred and fifty 
18. 21 iftheLORD(be)God, follow him : but if B. 
18. 22 B.'s prophets (are) four hundred and fifty 
18. 25 Elijah said uutotheprophetsjof B., Choose 
18. 26 the name of B. . .saying, B., hear us 

18. 40 Elijah said . .Take the prophets of B. 

19. 18 knees which have not bowed unto B. 
22. 53 For he served B , and worshipped him 

2. Ki. 3. 2 he put away the image of B. that his 

10. 18 Ahab served B. a little. .Jehu shall serve 
10. 19 call unto me all the prophets of B. 
10. 19 for I have a great sacrifice.. to B. 
10. 19 he might destroy the worshippers of B. 
10. 20 Proclaim a solemn assembly for B. 
10. 21 worshippers of B. . .into the house of E. 
10. 21 the house of B. was full from one end to 
10. 22 vestments for all the worshippers of B. 
10. 23 And Jehu went, .into the house of B. 
10. 23 said unto the worshippers of B., Search 
10. 23 none, .but the worshippers of B. only 
10. 25 and went to the city of the house of B. 



2 Ki. 10. 26 forth the images out of the house of B. 
10. 27 brake, .the image of B. . .the house of B. 

10. 28 Thus Jehu destroyed B. out of Israel 

11. 18 the people, .went into the house of B. 
11. 18 slew Mattan the priest of B. before the 
17. 16 all. the host of heaven, and served B. 
23. 4 all the vessels that were made for B. 
23. 5 them also that burned incense unto B. 

2 Ch. 17. 3 because he . . sought not unto B. 

23. 17 all the people went to the house of B. 

23. 17 slew Mattan the priest of B. before the 

24. 7 dedicated things, .they bestow upon B. 
28. 2 and made also molten images for B. 
34. 4 they brake down the altars of B. 

Jer. 2. 8 the prophets prophesied by B., and 

2. 23 not polluted, I have not gone after B.? 

7. 9 swear falsely, aud burn incense unto B. 

9. 14 But have walked, .after B., which their 
11. 13 set up altars, .to burn incense unto B. 
11. 17 to provoke me., offering incense unto B. 
12. 16 taught my people to swear by B.; then 
19. s have built also the high places of B.^ to 
19. 5 their sons, .(for) burnt offerings unto B. 
23. 13 they prophesied in B., and caused my 
32. 29 they have offered incense unto B. 
32. 35 they built the high places of B., which 
Hos. 2. 8 silver and gold, .they prepared for B. 

2. 13 I will visit upon her the days of B. 

2. 17 F^or I will take away the names of B. out 

11. 2 they sacrificed unto B., and burned inc. 
13. 1 but when he offended in B., he died 

Zeph. 1. 4 I will cut off the remnaut of B. from 
Rom. 1 1. 4 who have not bowed the knee to. .B. 

2. A city in the tribe of Simeon. 

1 Ch. 4. 33 And all their villages . . unto B. 

3. A descendant of Reuben, B.C. 1300. 

1 Ch. 5. 5 [sons of Joel]. .Reaia his son, B. his son 

4. A descendant of Benjamin, B.C. 11S0. 

1 Ch. 8. 30 his firstborn son Abdou. .and B., and 
q. 36 his firstborn son Abdon . .and B., and 

BA-AL BE'-RITH, nna ^03 lord of the covenant. 
An idol worshipped by Israel, B.C. 1200. 

Judg. 8. 33 children of Israel., made B. their god 
9. 4 gave . . silver out of the house of B. 

BA-AL GAD, 13 ^'3 lord of fortune. 
A place near Hermon, the northern limit of Joshua's 
conquests. Banias is probably on its site now. This 
place had long a great reputation as the sanctuary of 
Pan. (Now Hasbeya.) 

Josh. 1 1. 17 even unto B. in the valley of Lebanon 

12. 7 from B. in the valley of Lebanon even 

13. 5 from B. under mount Hermon unto the 

BA-AL HA'-MON, |iDn h%2 lord of the multitude. 
A place in mount Ephraim, near Samaria. 

Song 8. 11 Solomon had a vineyard at B.; he let out 

BA-AL HA'-NAN, [3n Sj;3 tlie lord is gracious. 

1. The seventh of the kings of Edom, B.C. 1500. 

Gen. 36. 38 Saul died, and B. the son of Achbor 

36. 39 B. the son of Achbor died, and Hadar 
1 Ch. 1. 49 when Shual was dead, B. the son of A. 
1. 50 when B. was dead, Hadad reigned in his 

2. One of David's superintendents, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ch. 27. 28 And over the olive trees. .B. the Gederite 
BA-AL EA'-ZOR, lisn ^3 lord of Ilazor. 

A place near Ephraim where Amnon was slain, B.C. 1035. 

2 Sa. 13. 23 Absalom had sheepshearers in B., which 
BA-AL HER'-MON, pDnn ^3 lord of Hermon. 

This name occurring alone denotes a town near Mount 

Hermon. When coupled with "mount" it seems to 

denote the mountainous district. (TSowJebel-es-Skeikh.) 

Judg. 3. 3 from mount B. uuto the entering in of 

1 Ch. 5. 23 they increased from Bashan unto B. and 

BA-AL ME'-ON, fiy? ^>"S lord of the habitation, 
A town built by the Reubenites. Supposed to be the 
same as the Betk-baal-meon of Josh. 13. 17, the Beth- 
meon of Jer. 48. 23, and the Beon of Num. 32. 3. {Main.) 
Nura 32. 38 [children of Reuben built] . . Nebo, and B. 

1 Ch. 5. 8 dwelt in Aroer, even unto Nebo and B. 
Eze. 25. 9 glory of the country, Beth-jeshimoth, B. 

BA-AL PE'-OR, liy? ^'3 lord of the opening. 
An idol of Moab which Israel, by the counsel of Balaam 
to the Midianites, was enticed to worship. In several 
passages it is simply Peor. 

Nuni25. 3 Israel joined himself unto B.: and the 

25. 5 Slay ye every one. .joined unto B.-p. 
Deut. 4. 3 what the Lord did because of B.-p. 

4. 3 for all the men that followed -B.-p., the 
Psa.106. 28 They joined themselves also unto B., and 
Hos. 9. 10 they went to B., and separated themselves 

BA-AL PE-RA'-ZIM, D*S"i? ^3 lord ofbreacJies. 
A place near the valley of Rephaira. 

2 Sa. 5. 20 David came to B., and David smote them 

5. 20 he called the name of that place B. 

1 Ch. 14. 11 So they came up to B.; and David smote 

14. 11 they called the name of that place B. 

BA-AL SHA-LI'-SHA, nw^ *?y3 lord of Shaliska. 
A place near Gilgal in Ephraim. 

2 Ki. 4. 42 there came a man from B., and brought 



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BA-AL TA'-MAR, ioj-1 Syg lord of the palm. 
A place near Gibeah o£ Benjamin. 

Judg.20. 33 Israel, .put themselves in array at B. 

BA-AL ZE-'ETJB, 3U1 ^ya lord of the fly. 

An idol of the Philistines at Ekron. 

2 Ki. i. 2 Go, enquire of B. the god of Ekron 

i. 3 ye go to enquire of B. the god of Ekron 7 
i. 6 (that) thou sendest to enquire of B. the 
i. 16 thou hast sent messengers to enquire of B. 

BA-AL ZE-PHON, ]'3>' ^'3 lord of Typhon. 
A place near where Israel crossed the lied Sea. 

Exodu. 2 between.Migdol and the sea. .against Bj 

14. 9 beside Pi-hahiroth, before B. 

Num 33. 7 again unto Pi-hahiroth, which, .before B. 

BA-A'-LAH, n^y.3 mistress, possesso7\ 

1. A city of Judah, sometimes identical with Kvrjath- 
jearim or Kirjath-baal. 

Josh.15. the border was drawn to B., which (is) 

15. 10 the border compassed from B. westward 
1 Ch. 13. 6 Bavid went up, and all Israel, to B. 

2. A hill on the S. border of Judah. 

Josh.15. 11 the border, .passed along to mount B. 

3. A city in the S. of Judah, called Balah in Josh. "19. 3, 
and in 1 Ch. 4. 29 Bilhah. In 1 Ch. 4. 33 it is Baal. 

Josh.15. 2 9 [the uttermost cities., were].. B., and Iim 

BA-A'-LATH, rhil.3 belonging to Baal. 
A town in Dan. (Now Balut.) 

Josh. 19. 44 Eltekeh, and Gibbethon, and B. 

1 Ki. 9. 18 [Solomon built] . . B., and Tadmor in 

2 Ch. 8. 6 B., and all the store cities that Solomon 

BA-A-LATH BE'-ER, 1X3 n^3 lady of the well. 
A town, called also Ramath-iiegeb (or "heights of the 
soutli "), among those in the S. of Judah given to 
Simeon. 

Josh. 19. 8 the villages, .about these cities to B.-b. 

BA-A'-LE (of Judah)) *by,3 fwssessors of or in Jitdah. 
Another form of Baalah, now Kuriet cl-Enab. 

2 Sa. 6. 2 the people that (were) with him from B. 

BA-A'-LI, ^£3 my lord. 

A title of reserve rejected by God. 

Hos. 2. 16 call melshi, and shalt call me no more B. 

BA-A'-LIS, D*^a lord of joy. ' 

King of the Ammonites when Jerusalem was taken by 

Nebuchadnezzar, B.C. 588. 

Jer. 40. 14 Dost thou certainly know that B. the king 

BA-A'-NA, BA-A'-NAH, NJ&3 son of grief patient. 
1. Solomon's commissariat officer in Jezreel and the N. 
of the Jordan valley, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ki. 4. 12 B. the son of Ahliud ; (to him pertained) 
2.Solomon's commissariat officer in Asher, B.C. 1015. 

1 Ki. 4. 16 B. the son of Hushai. .in Asher and in 
3. The father of Zadok, who came up with Zerubbabcl 
and helped to repair the wall, B.C. 470. 

Neh. 3. 4 next unto them repaired, .the son of B. 
BA-A'-NAH, H3j; : 3 son of grief 
1. Father of Heleb, one of David s thirty valiant men, 

B.C. 1075. 

2 Sa. 23. 29 [one of the thirty]. .Heleb the son of B. 

1 Ch. 11. 30 Heled the son of B. the Netophathite 
2.A captain of Ishbosheth's army, B.C. 1048. 

2 Sa. 4. 2 the name of the one. .B., and the name 

4. 5 Rimmon the Beerothite, Kechab and B 
4. 6 Rechab and B. his brother escaped 
4. 9 David answered Rechab and B.his brother 
a.One who came up with Zerubbabel, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 2 [are the children]. .Bigvai, Rehum, B. 
Neh. 7. 7 [are the children]. .Bigvai, Nehum, B. 
10. 27 [chief of the people] . . Malluch, Harim, B. 

BA-A'-RA, Kins a wood, or daughter of the fresh. 

Oue of Shuharaim's wives, B.C. 1400. 

1 Ch. 8. 8 Shaharaim. .Hnshim and B. . .his wives 

BA-A-SE'-IAH, .Tb^ : 3 Jah is bold. 

A Gershonite, ancestor of Asaph the musician, B.C. 

1 100. 

1 Ch. 6. 40 Michael, the son of B., the son of 

BA-A'-SHA, K p ; »3 boldness. 

A man of fssachar, who conspired against Nadab son of 

Jeroboam I., and slew all his posterity, B.C. 953. 

x Ki. 15. 16 there was war between Asa and B. king 
15. 17 B. king of Israel went up against Judah 
15. 19 break thy league with B. king of Israel 
15.21 wheu B. heard.. he left off building of 
15. 22 took away, .the timber, .wherewith B. 
15. 27 B. the son of Ahijah. .conspired against 
15 27 and B. smote him at Gibbethon, which 
15. 28 in the third year of Asa. .did B. slay him 
15. 32 there was war between Asa and B. king 

15. 33 In the third year of Asa.. began B. ..to 

16. 1 the word of the Lord came.. against B. 
16. 3 I will take away the posterity of B.. and 
16. 4 linn that dieth of B. in the city shall the 
16. 5 the rest of the acts of B. . .(are) they not 
16. 6 So B. slept with his fathers, and was 

16. 7 came the word of the Loud against B. 
26. 8 began Elah the son of B. to reign over 



1 Ki. 16. 11 he slew all the house of B. : he left him 

16. 12 did Zimri destroy all the house of B. 
16. 12 which lie spake against B. by Jehu the 
"16. 13 For all the sins of B., and the sins of Elah 
21. 22 like the house of B. the son of Ahijah, for 
2K1. 9. 9 like the house of B. the son of Ahijah 

2 Ch.16. 1 B. king of Israel came up against Judah 

16. 3 break thy league with B. king of Israel 
16. 5 when B. heard (it), that he left, .building 
16. 6 carried away. .the timber, .wherewith B. 
Jer. 41. 9 which Asa.. had made for fear of B. 

BABBLER — 

1. Master of (the) tongue, pc^ S^3 baal lo.shon. 

Eccl. 10. 11 enchantment ; and a babbler is no better 
2. A seed-picker, airepfAoh6yos spermologos. 

Acts 17. 18 some said, "What will this babbler say? 
BABBLING — 
1. Meditation, n'tt 1 siach. 

Prov.23. 29 hath contentions? who hath babbling? 
2. Empty sound, Kevcxpwvia ken aphonia. 

1 Ti. 6. 20 avoiding profane . .vain babblings, and 

2 Ti. 2. 16 shun prof ane . . vain babblings : for they 
BABE — 

I. Boy, lad, nyj naar. 

Exod. 2. 6 saw the child : and, behold, the babe 

2. Suckling, growing youth, hb'w olel. 

Psa. 8. 2 Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings 
17. 14 leave the rest of their, .to their babes 

3, Babe (new born, or unborn), (5p4<bos brephos. 
Luke 1. 41 it came to pass, that, .the babe leaped 

1. 44 the babe leaped in my womb for joy 

2. 12 Ye shall And the babe wrapped in 

2. 16 and found, .the babe lying in a manger 
1 Pe. 2. 2 As new born babes, desire the sincere milk 

A. Babe (without sp>eech), v-fyirtos nejnos. 

Matt 1 1. 25 and hast revealed them unto babes 

21. 16 Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings 
Lukeio. 21 and hast revealed them unto babes 
Rom. 2. 20 instructor of. .foolish, a teacher of babes 
1 Cor. 3. 1 as unto carnal, .as unto babes in Christ 
Heb. 5. 13 useth milk (is) unskilful, .for he is a babe 

BABES — 

Persons causing turnings, windings, tr^Sy.n. 

Isa. 3. 4 children . . and babes shall rule over them 
BA'-BEL, confusion, (or Bab-il, gate of God.) 
A city in the plain of Shinar. 

Gen. 10. 10 the beginning of his kingdom was B., and 
11. 9 Therefore is the name of it called B. 

BABYLON, ^33 confusion, gate of Bel, fiaPvAwv. 
The Greek mode of spelling what in the Hebrew is 
uniformly Babel. Perhaps when Nimrod founded the 
city he gave it the name Bab-il, " gate of II " or "gate 
of God." After the " confusion" of tongues, the name 
was connected by the Hebrews with the root balal, "to 
confound." It was latterly the capital of the country 
called in Genesis Shinar, and in the later Scriptures 
"Chahlea," or the "Land of the Chaldeans." The 
original city was built about 2230 B.C. Erech, Ur, and 
Ellasar seem to have been all older than it, and were 
cities when Bab-il was a village. But about 1700 B.C. 
the seat of government was fixed at the latter. Its 
enormous walls, iron gates, and hanging gardens, were 
among the greatest artificial wonders in the world. 
The modern Birs-JSitnrud (anciently the temple of 
Nebo at Borsippa), and Babil, near Hillah, have both 
been taken for the site of the proposed Tower. Its 
history is naturally mixed up with that of the state to 
which it gave its name. "The Babylonian and Assy- 
rian empires," says Sir John Stoddart, "in all historical 
records, are much blended together. These empires, 
whether distinct or united, possessed in very early 
times two vast cities — Babylon on the Euphrates, and 
Nineveh on the Tigris. The country on the Tigris was 
called Assyria; that on the Euphrates Babylonia; and 
the large intervening space was commonly termed 
Mesopotamia, or 'between the rivers': and this, to- 
gether with Babylonia, seems to be meant in Scripture 
by the land of Shinar." In B.C. 747Babylon is independ- 
ent of Assyria — Nabonassar king; 699, Esarhatldon, 
or Sennacherib, king of Assyria, takes Babylon ; 677 or 
675, Asaridinus, king of Babylon, invades Judah, and 
makes prisoner its king, Manasseh ; 625, Nabopolassar 
asserts his independence of the king of Assyria; 604, 
Nebuchadnezzar succeeds his father Nabopolassar; 
during his reign the Babylonian empire attains its 
highest splendour; 569, Nebuchadnezzar sets up the 
"golden image," and becomes insane the same year; 
558, Neriglissar, the Belshazzar of Scripture, king; 538, 
Babylon taken, and the kingdom annexed to the Persian 
empire by Cyrus; 518, Babylon revolts from Darius 
Hystaspes ; it is besieged and taken the following year ; 
331, Babylon surrenders to Alexander the Great; 324, 
Alexander enters it, and commences the restoration of 
its architectural greatness ; 323, Alexander dies in 
Babylon ; 321, Seleucus Nicator is made governor; 315, 
Antigonus expels Seleucus, and establishes Python, son 
of Agenor, in his dignities; 312, Seleucus returns to 
Babylon, which he recovers, and founds the kingdom 
and dynasty of the Seleucidse ; 240, invaded by the 
Gauls under Hierax — they are repulsed by Seleucus II.; 
64, on the conquest of Syria by Pompey, Babylon falls 
into the hands of the Romans ; 62, Babylon forms 
part of the Roman province of Syria. Many travel- 
lers, amongst whom may Le mentioned Rich, Ker 



Porter, Layard, Frazer, Chesney, Botta, Loftus, and 
Rawlinson, have, by their explorations amongst the 
ruins of the ancient city, thrown light upon the 
history of Babylon. Sir Henry Rawlinson has inter- 
preted many of the inscriptions found on various relics 
brought to this country. Babylonian sovereigns were: 
B.C. 747, Nabonassar ; 733, Nadius ; 731, Chiiuirus; 725, 
Jugasus ; 721, Mardocempadus ; 709, Archianus ; 704 
(interregnum); 702, Belibus ; 609, Apronadius ; 693, 
Regibalus ; 692, Mesesimordachns ; 688 (interregnum^ 
680, Asaridinus ; 667, Sausduchinus; 647, Chinaladanus; 
625, Nabopolassar ; 604, Nebuchadnezzar ; 5G1, Evil 
Merodach ; 558, Belshazzar; 553, Nabonadms; 538, 
Cyrus takes Babylon. 

2 Ki. 17. 24 king of Assyria brought, .from 1*. 

17. 30 the men of B. made Succoth-benoth, and 
20. 12 Baladan, king of B,, sent letters and a 
20. 14 They, .come from a far country, .from B. 
20. 17 that. .in thine house. .be carried into B. 

20. 18 eunuchs in the palace of the king of B. 
24. 1 Nebuchadnezzar king of B. came up, and 
24. 7 for the king of B. had taken from the river 
24. 10 servants of Nebuchadnezzar king of B. 
24. 11 Nebuchadnezzar king of B. came against 
24. 12 Jehoiachin . . went out to the king of B. 
24. 12 the king of B. took him in the eighth 

24. 15 he carried away Jehoaichin to B., and 
24. 15 (those) carried he into captivity, .to B. 
24. 16 them the king of B. brought captive to B. 
24. 17 the king of B. made Mattaniah. .king 

24. 20 Zedekiah rebelled against the king of B. 

25. 1 Nebuchadnezzar king of B. came, he 
25. 6 brought him up to the king of B. 

25. 7 eyes of Zedekiah. .and carried him to B. 
25. 8 the nineteenth year of king, .of B. 
25. 8 came, .a servant of the king of B., unto'J 
25. 11 fugitives that fell away to the king of B. 
25. 13 and carried the brass of them to B. 
25. 20 brought them to the king of B. to Riblah 
25. 21 the king of B. smote them, and slew 
25. 22 whom Nebuchadnezzar king of B. had 
25. 23 the captains, .heard that the king of B. 
25. 24 dwell in the land and serve the king of B. 
25. 27 Evil-merodach king of B. in the year that 
25. 28 of the kings that (were) with him in B. 

1 Ch. 9. 1 were carried away to B. for their trans. 

2 Ch. 32. 31 the ambassadors of the princes of B., who 

33. 1 1 bonnd . . with fetters, and carried him to B. 
36. 6 came up Nebuchadnezzar king of B. 
36. 6 bound him in fetters, to carry him to B. 
36. 7 Nebuchadnezzar, .carried of the. .to B. 
36. 7 and put them in his temple at B. 
36. 10 Nebuchadnezzar sent, and brought. ,toB. 
36. 18 his princes; all (these) he brought to B. 
36. 20 that had escaped, .carried he away to B. 
Ezra 1. 11 that were brought up from B. unto Jer. 

2. 1 the king of B. had carried away unto B. 

5. 12 them into the hand of. .the king of B. 

5. 12 who. .carried the people away into B. 

5. 13 the first year of Cyrus the king of B. 

5. 14 brought them into the temple of B. 

5. 14 did Cyrus, .take out of the temple of B. 

5. 17 king's treasure house, whiehO's) there at B. 

6. 1 where the treasures were laid up in B. f 

6. 5 which Nebuchadnezzar, .brought unto B. 

7. 6 This Ezra went up from B. ; and he (was) 
7. 9 began he to go up from B., and on the 

7. 16 all the silver, .in all the province of B. 

8. 1 them that went up with me from B. in 
Neh. 7. 6 whom, .the king of B. had carried away 

13. 6 and thirtieth year of Artaxerxes king of B. 

Esth. 2. 6 whom, .the king of B. had carried away 

Psa. 87. 4 I will make mention of. .B. to them that 

137- 1 By the rivers of B., there we sat down 

137. 8 O daughter of B., who art to be destroyed 

Isa. 13. 1 The burden of B., which Isaiah the son of 

13. 19 B., the glory of kingdoms, the beauty of 

14. 4 take up. .proverb against. . king of B. 
14. 22 cut off from B. the name, and remnant 

21. 9 he answered and said, B. is fallen, is 

39. 1 Baladan, king of B.,sent letters.. to Hez. 
39. 3 They are come from a far country. .B. 
39. 6 all. .shall be carried to B. : nothing shall 
39. 7 eunuchs in the palace of the king of B. 
43. 14 For your sake I have sent to B., and have 

47. 1 virgin daughter of B., sit on the ground 

48. 14 he will do his pleasure on B., and his arm 
48. 20 Go ye forth of B., flee ye from tbeChal. 

Jer. 20. 4 into the hand of the Icing of B., and he 
20. 4 shall carry them captive into B., and 
20. 5 and take them and carry them to B. 

20. 6 thou shalt come to B.. and there thou 

21. 2 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. maketh war' 
2T. 4 wherewith ye fight against the king of B 
21. 7 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 

21. 10 be given into the hand of the king of B. 

22. 25 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
24. 1 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. had carried 

24. 1 Jerusalem, and had Ijrought them to B 

25. 1 first year of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
25. 9 Nebuchadrezzar the king of B., my 

25. 11 these nations shall serve the king of B. 
25. 12 I will punish the king of B., and that 
27. 6 into the hand of. .the king of B., my 
27. 8 which will not serve the.. king 01 i ; 
27. 8 under the yoke of the king of B.. that 
27. 9, 14 Ye shall not serve the king of B. 
27. ii, 12 under the yoke of the king of B., and 
27. 13 nation that will not serve the king of B.? 
27. 16 now shortly be brought again from B. 
27. 17 serve the kingof B.. and live : v.herefore 
27. 18 vessels which are left, .go not to B, 



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Jer. 27. 20 Which Nebuchadnezzar king of B. took 
27. 20 he carried away captive Jeconiah. .to B. 

27. 22 They shall be carried to B., and there 

28. 2 I have broken the yoke of the king of B. 
28. 3 that Nebuchadnezzar king of B. took 
28. 3 took away, .and carried them to B. 

28. 4 the captives of Judah, that went into B. 
28. 4 I will break the yoke of the king of B. 

28. 6 to bring again the vessels, .from B. into 
28. 11 will I break the yoke of. .king of B. from 

28. 14 may serve Nebuchadnezzar king of B. 

29. 1 had carried away, .from Jerusalem to B. 
29. 3 Zedekiah king of Judah sent unto B. 

29. 3 to Nebuchadnezzar king of B. saying 
29. 4 I have caused to be carried away . . unto B. 
29. 10 after seventy years be accomplished at B. 

29. 15 Lord hath raised us up prophets in B. 
29. 20 whom I have sent from Jerusalem to B. 
29. 21 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
29. 22 the captivity of Judah which (are) in B. 
29. 22 like Ahab, whom the king of B. roasted 

29. 28 therefore he sent unto us (in) B., saying 
32. 2 then the king of B.'s army besieged Jeru. 
32. 3, 4, 36 into the hand of the king of B., and 
32. 5 he shall lead Zedekiah to B., and^here 
32. 28 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
34. 1 when Nebuchadnezzar king of B. . .fought 
34. 2 into the hand of the king of B., and he 
34. 3 shall behold the eyes of the king of B. 
34. 3 speak with thee, .thou shalt go to B. 

34. 7 When the king of B. 's army fought against 

34. 21 the hand of the king of B.'s army, which 

35. 11 when Nebuchadrezzar king of B. came up 

36. 29 The king of B. shall certainly come and 

37. 1 whom Nebuchadrezzar king of B. made 
37. 17 delivered into the hand of the king of B. 

37. 19 The king of B. shall not come against you 

38. 3 into the hand of the king of B.'s army 
38. 17 go forth unto the king of B.'s princes 
38. 18 go forth to the king of B.'s princes, then 
38. 22 brought forth to the king of B.'s princes 

38. 23 thou, .shalt be taken by. .the king of B. 

39. 1 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. and all his 
39. 3 all the princes of the king of B. came in 

3 residue of the princes of the king of B. 

5 to Nebuchadnezzar king of B. to Riblah 

6 the king of B. slew the sons of Zedekiah 

6 the king of B. slew all the nobles of Jud. 

7 bound him with chains, to carry him to B. 
9 Nebuzar-adan . . carried away captive . . B. 

39. it Nebuchadrezzar king of B. gave charge 
39. 13 Bab-mag, and all the king of B.'s princes 

40. 1 which were carried away captive unto B. 

4 If. .good unto thee to come with me. .B. 

4 if. .ill unto thee to come with me into B. 

5 whom the king of B. hath made governor 
7 the captains, .heard that the king of B. 
7 them that were not_carried away . .to B. 
9 serve the king of B., and it shall be well 

11 heard that the king of B. had left a 
2 whom the king of B. had made governor 
4L 18 whom the king of B. made governor in 

42. 11 Be not afraid of the king of B., of whom 

43. 3 might, .cany us away captives into B. 

43. 10 I will send and take, .the king of B., my 

44. 30 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
46. 2 which Nebuchadrezzar king of B. smote 
46. 13 how Nebuchadrezzar king of B. should 
46. 26 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
49. 28 which Nebuchadrezzar king of B. shall 

49. 30 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. hath taken 

50. 1 The word that the Lord spake against B. 
50. 2 say, B. is taken, Bel is confounded 
50. 8 Remove out of the midst of B., and go 
50. 9 I will . . cause to come up against B. an 
50. 13 every one that goeth by B. shall be 

30. 14 Put yourselves in array against B. round 

50. 16 Cut off the sower from B., and him that 

50. 17 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. hath broken 
50. 18 T will punish the king of B. and his land 
50. 23 how is B. become a desolation among the 
50. 24 thou art also taken, B., and thou wast 
50. 28 flee and escape out of the land of B., to 
50. 29 Call together the arehers against B. 
50. 34 may. .disquiet the inhabitants of B. 
50. 35 A sword (is) upon, .the inhabitants of B. 
50. 42 against thee, O daughter of B. 
50. 43 The king of B. hath heard the report of 
50. 45 the counsel . .he hath taken against B. 

50. 46 At the noise of the taking of B. the earth 

51. 1 Behold, I will raise up against B. and 
51. 2 will send unto B. fanners, that shall 
51. 6 Flee out of the midst of B., and deliver 
51. 7 B. (hath been) a golden cup in the LORD'S 
51. 8 B. is suddenly fallen and destroyed 
51. 9 We would have healed B., but she is not 
51. 11 for his device (is) against B., to destroyit 
51. 12 the standard upon the walls of B. 
51. 12 spake against the inhabitants of B. 
51. 24 I will render unto B. and to all the 
51. 29 performed against B., to make the. .of B. 
51. 30 The mighty men of B. have forborne to 
51. 31 to shew the king of B. that his city is 
51. 33 The daughter of B. (is) like a threshing 
51. 34 Nebuchadrezzar the king of B. hath 
51. 35 The violence done to me. .(be) upon B. 
51. 37 B. shall become heaps, a dwelling place 
51. 41 how is B. become an astonishment among 
51. 42 The sea is come up upon B. : she is 
51. 44 I will punish Bel in B., and I will bring 
51. 44 yea, the wall of B. shall fall 
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Jer. 51. 48 all that (is) therein, shall sing for B. 

51. 49 As B. (hath caused) the slaiu of Israel to 
51. 49 at B. shall fall the slain of all the earth 
51. 53 Though B. should mount up to heaven 
51. 54 A sound of a cry. .from B., and great 
51. 55 Because the Lord hath spoiled B., and 
51. 56 Because the spoiler is come upon. .B., and 
51. 58 The broad walls of B. shall be utterly 
51. 59 when he went with Zedekiah. .into B. in 
51. 60 all the evil that should come upon B. 
51. 60 these words that are written against B. 
51. 61 When thou comest to B., and shalt see 

51. 64 Thus shall B. sink, and shall not rise from 

52. 3 Zedekiah rebelled against the king of B. 
52. 4 Nebuchadrezzar king of B. came, he and 
52. 9 carried him up unto the king of B. to Rib. 
5-2. 10 the king of B. slew the sons of Zedekiah 
52. 11 the king of B. bound him in chains, and 
52. 11 carried him to B. and put him in prison 
52. 12 nineteenth. .Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
52. 12 served the king of B., into Jerusalem 

52. 15 that fell to the king of B., and the rest of 
52. 17 Chaldeans, .carried all the brass, .to B. 
52. 26 and brought them to the king of B. to 
I 52. 27 the king of B. smote them, and put them 
,\ vr 5 2 - 3 1 Evil-merodach king of B. in the (first) year 
52. 32 above the throne of the kings, .in B. 
52. 34 a. .diet given him of the king of B. 
Eze. 12. 13 I will bring him to B. (to) the land of the 
17. 12 Behold, the king of B. is come to Jerus. 
17. 12 taken, .and led them with him to B. 
17. 16 with him in the midst of B. he shall die 
17. 20 I will bring him to B., and will plead with 
19. 9 they, .brought him to the king of B. 
21. 19 that the sword of the king of B. may come 
21. 21 the king of B. stood at the parting of the 
24. 2 the king of B. set himself against Jerus. 
26. 7 bring. .Nebuchadrezzar king of B.,aking 
29. iS Nebuchadrezzar kingofB.causedhisarmy 

29. 19 the land, .unto Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 

30. 10 the hand of Nebuchadrezzar king of B. 
30. 24 strengthen the arms of the king of B. 
30. 25 strengthen the arms of the king of B. 
30. 25 my sword into the hand of the king of B. 
32. 11 The sword of the king of B. shall come 

Dan. 1. 1 came Nebuchadnezzar king of B.untoJer. 
2. 12 and . .to destroy all the wise (men) of B. 
2. 14 gone forth to slay the wise (men) of B. 
2. 18 should not perish with the. .(men) of B. 
2. 24 ordained to destroy the wise (men) of B. 
2. 24 Destroy not the wise (men) of B.: bring nie 
2. 48 ruler over the whole province of B. 
2. 48 governors over all the wise (men) of B. 

2. 49 he set Shadrach . . over . . the province of B. 

3. 1 the plain of Dura, in the province of B. 
3. 12 thou hast set over, .the province of B. 

3. 30 promoted Shadrach . . in the province of B. 

4. 6 bring in all the wise (men) of B. before me 
4. 29 walked in the palace of the kingdom of B. 

4. 30 Is not this great B., that I have built for 

5. 7 spake, and said to the wise (men) of B. 
7. 1 the first year of Belshazzar king of B. 

Mic. 4. 10 thou shalt go. .to B. ; there shalt thou 
Zech. 2. 7 Zion. .dwellest (with) the daughter of B. 

6. 10 Take of (them), .which are come from B. 
Matt. 1. 11 the time they were carried away to B. 

1. 12 after they were brought to B., Jechonias 
1. 17 David until the carrying away into B. 
1. 17 from the carrying away into B. unto Christ 
Acts 7. 43 and I will carry you away beyond B. 

1 Pe. 5. 13 The (church that is) at B., elected together 
Rev. 14. 8 followed another angel, saying, B. is fallen 

16. 19 great B. came in remembrance before God 

17. 5 upon her forehead . . a name . . B. the Great 

18. 2 he cried, .saying, B. the great is fallen 
18. 10 Alas, alas that great city B., that mighty 
18. 21 with violence shall that great city B. 

BABYLONIANS, r£?3, S33 '13 so?is of Babel. 
The inhabitants of Babylonia, a district of country along 
the Euphrates. 

Ezra 4. 9 Then (wrote) Rehuni. .the B., the Susan. 
Eze. 23. 15 after the manner of the B. of Chaldea 
23. 17 the B. came to her into the bed of love 
23. 23 the B., and all the Chaldeans, Pekod 

BA-BY-LON ISH, Tjfl0 belonging to Shinar. 
Anything pertaining to Shinar. 

Josh. 7. 21 IsawamongthespoilsagoodlyB. garment 
BA'-CA, K33 weeping. 

A valley near Jerusalem, and the' valley of Rephaim, 
whose exact locality is uncertain. A valley of the same 
name may still be found in the Sinaitic district — the 
Wady-el'Baka. The Targum renders it " Gehenna," that 
is, the " Ge-Hinnom " or ravine below Mount Zion. 
This locality accords well with the mention of Bacaim 
" tears," in 2 Sa. 5. 23. 

Psa. 84. 6 passing through the valley of B. make 
BACH-RITE, ,_ ]33 belonging to Beefier, 
Patronymic of the family of Becher, son of Ephraim, 
B.C. 1700. 

Num 26. 35 sons of Epliraim. .the family of the B. 
BACK — 
l.Back, backward, behind, ninx achor. 

2 Sa. 1. 22 the bow of Jonathan turned not back 
Psa. 9. 3 When mine enemies are turned back 

35. 4 let them be turned back and brought to 
44. 10 Thou makest us to turn back from the 
44. 18 Our heart is not turned back, neither 
56. 9 then shall mine enemies turn back 



Psa. 1 14. 3 The sea. .fled : Jordan was driven back 
1 14. 5 thou Jordan, (that) thou wast driven back 
129. 5 them all be confounded and turned back 
Isa. 42. 17 They shall be turned back, they 

50. 5 not rebellious, neither turned away back 
Jer. 38. 22 mire, (and) they are turned away back 

46. 5 dismayed (and) turned away back? 
Lam. 1. 13 hath spread a net. .hath turned me back 

2. 3 he hath drawn back his right hand 
Eze. 8. 16 with their backs toward the temple of 
2.Behind, "ir?N achar. 

Zeph. 1. 6 And them that are turned back from the 
3. The back, 33 gab. 

Psa. 129. 3 Theplowers plowed upon myback 
Eze. 10. 12 and then- backs, and their hands, and then" 
Dan. 7. 6 which had upon the back of it four wings 
\.The back (of a person), i? gav. 

1 Ki.14. 9 and hast cast me behind thy back 
Neh. 9. 26 and cast thy law behind their backs 
Prov.io. 13 but a rod (is) for the back of him that is 

vg. 29 and stripes for the back of fools 

26. 3 for the ass, and a rod for the fool's back 

Isa. 38. 17 hast cast all my sins behind thy back 
50. 6 I gave my back to the smiters 

Eze. 23. 35 and cast me behind thy back 

5. Hence 1 yonder! beyond! hnSi haiah. 

Gen. 19. 9 And they said, Stand 'back. And they 

6. The neck, ^"y; oreph. 

Exod23. 27 make all thine enemies turn (their) backs 
Josh. 7. 8 when Israel turneth then- back before 
7. 12 (but) turned (their) backs before their 

2 Ch.29. 6 away their faces, .turned (their) backs 
Jer. 2. 27 for they have turned (their) back unto 

18. 17 I will shew them the back, and not the 
32. 33 And they have turned unto me the back 
48. 39 how hath Moab turned the back 

7. The shoidder, D3^ shekem. 

1. Sa.io. 9 when he had turned his back to go from 
Psa. 21. 12 shalt thou make them turn (their) back 

8. The back {of a person), v£>tos notos. 

Rom. 11. 10 and bow down their back alway 
9. Back, backward, behind, (els to) diriaa) opiso". 
Matt 24. 18 which is in the field return back to 
Marki3. 16 let him that is in the field not turn back 
Luke 9. 62 No man . .looking back, is fit for the 

17. 31 let him likewise not return back 
John 6. 66 (time) many of his disciples went back 

20. 14 she turned herself back, and saw Jesus 
[See also, Bring, bringing, brought, colt, carry, 

come, draw, drive, go, gone, hold, horseback, 

keep, kept, look, return, scroll, send, sent, 

slide, take, turn, turned.] 

BACK again — 

Backward, rcrypto achorannith. 

1 Ki. 18. 37 thou hast turned their heart back again 
BACK from — 

From behind, '"in^O meachare. 

Zeph. 1. 6 And them that are turned back from the 
BACK part — 
Back part, tin** achor. 

Exod.33. 23 and thou shalt see my back parts 

BACKBITE, to — 

To use the feet (as a talebearer), *?J"j ragal. 

Psa. 15. 3 He (that) backbiteth not with his tongue 

BACKBITER — 

One who speaks dow-n or against, Kard\a\os. 

Rom. 1. 30 Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful 
BACKBITING — 
I. A secret thing, vip sether. 

Prov.25. 23 (doth) an angry countenance a backbiting 
%A talking doim or against, Kara\a\ia. 

2 Co. 12. 20 lest (there be) debates, .backbitings 
BACKBONE — 

Wood, spine, firm part, nsw atseh. 

Lev. 3. 9 shall he take off hard by the backbone 
BACKSIDE — 
l.Back part, *rinx achor. 

Exod26. 12 shall hang over the backside of the 
I.Behind, back part, inS achar. 

Exod. 3. 1 he led the flock to the backside of the 

BACKSIDE, on the — 

From the back, from behind, qitktQzv opisthen. 
Rev. 5. 1 book written within and [ou the backside] 

BACKSLIDER — 

To go back, ro sug. 

Prov.14. 14 The backslider in heart shall be filled 

BACKSLIDING- — 

"LA turning back or away, n3ityD meshvbah. 
Jer, 2. 19 and thy backsliding shall reprove thee 
3. 6 Hast thou seen (that) which backsliding 
3. 8 whereby backsliding Israel committed 
3. 11 The backsliding Israel ha'h justified 
3. 12 Return, thou backsliding Israel, saith the 
3. 22 ve backsliding. .1 will heal . .baekslidings 
5. 6 (and) their baekslidings are increased 
8. 5 slidden back by a perpetual backsliding?- 



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Jer. 14. 7 for our backslidings are many ; we have 
Hos. 11. 7 And my people are bent to backsliding 
14. 4 I will heal their backsliding, I will love 
2. One turning back, 33t? shobeb. 

Jer. 3. 14 Turn, O backsliding children, saith the 
3. 2z Return, ye backsliding children, (and) I 
31. 22 How long wilt thou..O thou backsliding 
49. 4 O backsliding daughter 'i that trusted in 
3. To turn round., be refractory, Tip sarar. 

Hos. 4. 16 Israel slideth back as a backsliding heifer 

BACKWARD — 

1. Backward, ninK achor. 

Gen. 49. 17 so that his rider shall fall backward 
Job 23. 8 and backward, but I cannot perceive him 
Psa. 40. 14 let them be driven backward and put to 
70. 2 let them be turned backward, and put to 
Isa. 1. 4 a people, .they are gone away backward 
28. 13 that they might go, and fall backward 
44. 25 that turneth wise (men) backward, and 
59. 14 And judgment is turned away backward 
Jer. 7. 24 and went backward, and not forward 
15. 6 hast forsaken me. .art gone backward 
Lam. r. 8 yea, she sigheth, and turneth backward 

2. Backward, rvnhts achorannith. 

Gen, 9. 23 and went backward, and covered the 

9. 23 and their faces (were) backward, and they 

1 Sa. 4. 18 he fell from off the seat backward 

2 Ki. 20. 10 let the shadow return backward ten 

20. 11 brought the shadow ten'degrees backward 
Isa. 38. 8 I mil bring again the shadow, .backward 
0.T0 the back parts, els ra biricrw eis ta opiso. 
John 18. 6 I am (he), they went backward,and fell to 

BAD — 

l.Base, bad, t^N? Hush. 

Ezra 4. 12 building the rebellious and the bad city 

2. Evil, inra. 

Gen. 24. 50 we cannot speak unto thee bad or good 
31. 24 that thou speak not. .either good or bad 
31. 29 that thou speak not. .either good or bad 

Lev. 27. 10 a good for a bad, or a bad for a good 
27. 12 shall value it, whither it be good or bad 
27. 14 estimate it, whither it be good or bad 
27. 33 shall not search whether it be good or bad 

Kumi3. 19 the laud (is), .whether it (be) good or bad 
24. 13 to do (either) good or bad of mine own 

2 Sa 13. 22 Absalom spake, .neither good nor bad 
14. 17 so (is), .the king to discern good and bad 

1 Ki. 3. 9 that I may discern between good and bad 

3. Bad, kclk6s kakos. 

2 Co. 5. 10 according to that . . whether . . good or [bad] 

4. Evil, irovqpis poneros. 

Matt 22. 10 as they found, both bad and good : and 

5 Rotten, putrid, crairp6s sapros. 

Matt 13. 48 good into vessels, but cast the bad away 

BAD, to be so — 

From badness, jnp meroa. 

Jer. 24. 2 could not be eaten, they were so bad 

BADGER — 

Badger or dark red coloured object, (S ! nn tachash. 
Exod 25. 5 rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' skins 
26. 14 and a covering above (of) badgers' skins 
35. 7 rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' skins 
35, 23 and red skins of rams, and badgers' skins 
36. 19 and a covering (of) badgers' skins above 
39. 34 the covering of badgers' skins, and the 
Num. 4. 6 put thereou. .covering of badgers' skins 
4. 8 cover, .with a covering of badgers' skins 
4. 10 within a covering of badgers' skins, and 
4. 11 cover it with a covering of badgers' skins 
4. 12 cover, .with a covering of badgers' skins 
4. 14 spread, .a covering of badgers' skins 
4. 25 the covering of the badgers' skins that (is) 
Eze. 16. 10 and shod thee witli badgers' skin, and I 
BADNESS — 
Evil, badness, yi roa. 

Gen. 41. 19 such as I never saw. .for badness 
BAG — 
1. Bag, purse, D'PHD charitim. 

2 Ki. 5. 23 bound two talents of silver in two bags 
2. Cup, D'3 his. 

Deut2s. 13 Thou shalt not have in thy bag divers 
Prov.16. 11 all the weights of the bag (are) his work 
Isa. 46. 6 They lavish gold out of the bag, and 
Mic. 6. 11 and with the bag of deceitful weights? 

3. Vessel, instrument, ^3 keli. 

1 Sa. 17. 40 and put them in a shepherd's bag which 
17. 49 And David put his hand in his bag 

4. Bundle, liiv tseror. 

Job 14. 17 My transgression (is) sealed up in a bag 
Prov. 7. 20 He bath taken a bag of money with him 
Hag. 1. 6 earneth wages (to put it) into a bag with 

5. That into which a thing is cast, fiaXavriov. 

Lukei2. 33 provide yourselves bags which wax not 
G. Where tlw to?iguts of wind instruments are put, 
y\u>(ro'6KOfj.ov glossokomon. 
John 12. 6 because he was a thief, and had the bag 
13. 29 sonic. .thought,bccanseJudashadthebag 



BAGS, to put up in — 
To bind up, *nif tsur. 

2 Ki.12. 10 they put up in bags, and told the money 

BA-HA-RU-MITE or BAR-HTT-MITE, WriS. 
Patronymic of one of David's thirty valiant men. 

t Oil. 11. 33 Azmaveth the B., Eliahba the Sbaalbonite 

BA-HTJ -RIM, D'!in3 low grounds. 

A village on the road leading up from the valley of the 

Jordan to Jerusalem. 

28a. 3. 16 her husband went.. behind her to B. 

16. 5 when king David came to B., behold 

17. 18 they, .came to a man's house in B., which 
19. 16 a Benjamite, which (was) of B., hasted 

1 Ki. 2. 8 a Benjamite of B., which cursed me with 

BA'-JITH, rv3n house. 

This word occurs frequently in the names of towns, but 
is in this one passage used absolutely, and left un- 
translated as the name of a place. In the original text 
it has the article, " the house," not referring to a place 
of this name, but to "The House" or temple of the 
gods of Moab, as opposed to the "high places" in the 
same sentence. 

Isa. 15. 2 He is gone up to B., and to Dibon, the 

BAK BAK'-KAR, ~ij33p3 diligent searcher. 
A Levite who came up from exile, B.C. 445. 

1 Ch. 9. 15 [of the Levites] . . B. , Heresh, and Galal 

BAK'-BTJK, p*3j?3 waste, hollow. 

Ancestor of the Nethinims who returned from exile, 

B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 51 children 01 B., the children of Hakupha 
Neh. 7. 53 children of B., the children of Hakupha 

BAK BTJK'-IAH, n;p3p3 toasted by Jah. 

A Levite of Asaph's family, and second leader in the 

temple worship of the exile, B.C. 445. 

Neh, 11. 17 B the second among his brethren, and 
12. 9 B. and Unni, their brethren, (were) over 
12. 25 Mattaniah, and B... porters keeping the 

BAKE, to — 

l.To bake, nsx aphah. 

Gen. 19. 3 and did bake unleavened bread 
Exodi2. 39 they baked unleavened cakes of the dougli 

16. 23 bake(that)whichyewillbake. .andseethe 
Lev. 24. 5 take fine flour, and bake twelve cakes 

26. 26 ten women shall bake your bread in one 
1 Sa. 28. 24 and did bake unleavened bread thereof 
Isa. 44. 15 he kindleth (it), and baketh bread ; yea 

44. 19 also I have baked bread upon the coals 
Eze. 46. 20 where they shall bake the meat offering 

2. To boil, cook, S^3 bashal, 3. 

Nuniu. 8 and baked (it) in pans, and made cakes of 
2Sa. 13. 8 and made cakes, .and did bake the cakes 

3. To bake cakes, JW ug. 

Eze. 4. 12 thou shalt bake it witli dung that cometh 

BAKE MEATS — 

Food, work of a baker, ."15k nfeȣ0 SpNlp. 

Gen. 40. 17 of all manner of bakemeacs for Plmraoh 

BAKEN — 

1. Anything baken, nsxn maapheh. 

Lev. 2. 4 an oblation, .baken in the oven 
2. To mingle, dip, th~\ rabak, 6. 

Lev. 6. 21 (when it is) baken, thou shalt bring it in 
BAKEN, to be — 
To be baken, hqn aphah, 2. 

Lev. 6. 1 7 It shall not be baken with leaven. I have 
7. 9 all the meat offering that is baken in the 
23. 17 they shall be baken with leaven . . the first 
BAKEN pieces — 
Baken or dried pieces, DTDri tupkinwi. 

Lev. 6. 21 the baken pieces of the meat offering 

BAKEN on the coals — 

Burning coals, hot stones, D'3^"! retsaphim. 

1 Ki. 19. 6 and, behold . . a cake baken on the coals 

BAKER — 

To bake, nsx aphah. 

Gen. 40. i T (his) baker had offended their lord the 
40. 2 was wroth . . against the chief of the bakers 
40. 5 the butler and the baker of the king of 
40. 16 When the chief baker saw that the 
40. 20 lifted up the head, .of the chief baker 

40. 22 But he hanged the chief baker : as Joseph 

41. 10 put me in ward . . me and the chief baker 
1 Sa. 8. 13 will take your daughters, .(to be) bakers 
Jer. 37. 21 a piece of bread out of the bakers' street 
Hos. 7. 4 as an oven heated by the baker, (who) 

7. 6 their baker sleepeth all the night ; in the 

BAL'-AAlff, D^3 a pilgrim or lord of the people. 
Son of Beor, a Midianite prophet. He resided at Pethor, 
a city of Mesopotamia, as he himself tells us, he was 
" broughtlrom Aram out of the mountains of the East. " 
B.C. 1452. 

Num 22. 5 He sent messengers therefore unto B. 
22. 7 they came unto B., and spake unto him 
22. 8 the princes of Moab abode with B. 
22. 9 God came unto B., and said, What men 
22. 10 B. said unto God, Balak the son of 



Num 22. 12 God said unto B., Thou shalt not go 
22. 13 B. rose up in the morning, and said 
22. 14 the princes of Moab. .said, B. refuseth to 
22. 16 they came to B., and said to him, Thus 
22. 18 B. answered and said unto the servants 
22. 20 God came unto B. at night, and said 
22. 21 B. rose up in the morning, and saddled 
22. 23 B. smote the ass, to turn her into the way 
22. 25 crushed B.'s foot against the wall : and 
22. 27 she fell down under B.: and B.'s anger 
22. 28 she said unto B., What have I done unto 
22. 29 B. said unto the ass, Because thou hast 
22. 30 the ass said unto B., (Am) not I thine ass 
22. 31 Then the Lord opened the eyes of B., and 
22. 34 And B. said unto the angel of the Lord, I 
22. 35 the angel of the Lord said unto B., Go 
22. 35 So B. went with the princes of Balak 
22. 36 And when Balak heard that B. was come 
22. 37 And Balak said unto B., Did I not 
22. 38 And B. said unto Balak, Lo, I am come 
22. 39 And B. went with Balak, and they came 

22. 40 Balak offered oxen . .and sent to B., and 
«2. 41 Balak took B., and brought him up into 

23. 1 And B. said unto Balak, Build me here 
• 23. 2 And Balak did as B. had spoken ; and 

23. 3 B. offered on (every) altar a bullock and 
23. 3 B. said unto Balak, Stand by thy burnt 
23. 4 God met B. : and he said unto him, I have 
23. 5 And the LORD put a word in B.'s mouth 
23. 11 And Balak said unto B.,What hast thou 
23. 16 And the Lord met B., and put a word in 
23. 2s And Balak said unto B., Neither curse 
23. 26 But B. answered and said unto Balak 
23. 27 And Balak said unto B., Come, I pray 
23. 28 And Balak brought B. unto the top of P. 
23. 29 B. said unto Balak, Build me here seven 

23. 30 And Balak did as B. had said, and oftered 

24. 1 when B. saw that it pleased the Lord to 
24. 2 B. lifted up his eyes, and he saw Israel 
24. 3, 15 B. the son of Beor hath said, and the 
24. 10 Balak's anger was kindled against B. 

24. 10 Balak said unto B., I called thee to curse 
24. 12 B. said unto Balak, Spake I not also 
24. 25 B. rose up, and went and returned to his 
31. 8 B. also the son of Beor they slew with 
31. 16 caused. .Israel, through the counsel of B. 
Deut23. 4 because they hired against thee B. the 

23. 5 Lord thy God would not hearken unto B. 
Jos. 13. 22 B. also the son of Beor, the soothsayer 

24. 9 Balak. .sent and called B. the son of 
24. 10 But I would not hearken unto B. ; there 

Neh. 13. 2 Because they, .hired B. against them 
Mic. 6. 5 O my people, remember, .what B. the 
2 Pe. 2. 15 are. .following the way of B. (the son) of 
Jude 11 ran greedily after the error of B. for 
Rev. 2. 14 there them that hold the doctrine of B. 

BA'-LAC, PaKdfc, the Greek form of pbz. 

Rev. 2. 14 Balaam who taught B. to cast a stumbling 

BA LA'-DAN, J7&73 having power. 

Father of Merodach (or Berodach) Baladan, king of 
Babylon in the time of Hezekiah king of Judah. 

2 Ki. 20. 12 Berodach-baladan, the sou of B., king of 
Isa. 39. 1 Merodach-baladan, the son of B., king of 

BA-'LAH, nSs withered, old. 

A city of Simeon, called Bilhah in 1 Ch. 4. 29. 

Josh 19. 3 [they had in their inheritance] . , B., and 

BA'-LAK, pbz void, empty, waster. 
King of Moab, and son of Zippor, at the time Israel 
were bringing their journeyings to a close. He hired 
Balaam to curse Israel when they were in his territory. 
b.c, 1452. 

Num 22. 2 B. the son of Zippor saw all that 

22. 4 B. the son of Zippor. .king of the Moab. 
22. 7 spake unto him the words of B. 
22. 10 B. the son of Zippor, king of Moab, hath 
22. 13 Balaam, .said unto the princes of B. 
22. 14 the princes of Moab. .went unto B., and 
22 15 B. sent yet again princes, more, and 
22. 16 Thus saith B. the son of Zippor, Let 
22. 18 Balaam answered, .unto the servants of E. 
22. 35 So Balaam went with the princes of B. 
22. 36 when B. heard that Balaam was 
22. 37 B. said unto Balaam, Did I not 
22. 38 Balaam said unto B., Lo, I am come 
22. 39 Balaam went with B., and they came 
22. 40 B. offered oxen and sheep, and sent 

22. 41 B. took Balaam, and brought him up 

23. 1 Balaam said unto B., Build me here seven 
23. 2 B. did as Balaam had spoken ; an 

23. 2 B. and Balaam offered on (every) altar a 
23. 3 Balaam said unto B., Stand by thy 
23. 5 Return unto B., and thus thou shalt 
23. 7 B. the king of Moab hath brought met 
23. 11 B. said unto Balaam, What hast thou 
23. 13 B. said unto him, Come, I pray thee 
23. 15 he said unto B., Stand here by thy burnt 
23. 16 Go again unto B., and say thus 
23. 17 B. said unto him, What hath the Lord 
23. 18 Rise up, B., and hear; hearkeu unto me 
23. 25 B. said unto Balaam, Neither cause them 
23. 26 Balaam answered and said unto B. 
23. 27 B. said unto Balaam, Come, I pray thee 
23. 28 B. brought Balaam unto the top of Peor 
23. 29 Balaam said unto B., Build me here 

23. 30 B. did as Balaam bad said, and offered 

24. 10 B.'s anger was kindled against Balaam 
24. 10 B. said unto Balaam, I called thee to 



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N1UII24. 12 Balaam said unto B., Spake I not also 
24. 13 If B. would give me his house full of 
24. 25 to his place : and B. also went his way 

Josh. 24. 9 Then B. the son of Zippor, king of Moab 

Judgix. 25 And now (art) thou any thing better than B. 

Mic. 6. 5 my people, remember now what B. 

BALANCE — 

Stalky cane, mg qaneh. 

Isa. 46. 6 and weigh silver in the balance, (and) 

BALANCES — 

Pair of balances, D;jtnD moznayim. ■ 

Lev 19. 36 Just balances, just weights, a just 
Job 6. 2 calamity laid in the balances together ! 
31 6 Let me be weighed in an even balance 
Psa. 62. 9 to be laid in the balance, they (are) 
Prov-ii. 1 A false balance (is) abomination to the 
16. 11 A just weight and balance (are) the 

20. 23 and a false balance (is) not good 

Isa. 40. 12 weighed the mountains . . in a balance ? 

40. 15 counted as the small dust of the balance 
Jer. 32. 10 weighed . . the money in the balances 
Eze. 3 1 then take thee balances to weigh, and 

45. jo Ye shall have just balances, and a just 
Dan. 5. 27 Thou art weighed in the balances; and 
Hos. 12. 7 the balances of deceit (are) in his hand 
Amos 8. 5 and falsifying the balances by deceit ? 
Mic. 6. 11 count (them) pure with the. .balances 

BALANCES, pair of — 

Yoke, cross bar, Cvy6s zugos. 

Rev. 6. 5 and he . .had a pair of balances in his 
BALANCINGS — 
Poisings, balancings, tnzn miphlas. 

Job 37. 16 Dost thou know the balancings of the 
BALD — 
l.Bald {in the back of head), nip qereach. 

Lev. 13. 40 hair is fallen off his head, he (is) bald 

2. Baldness, riplS qorchah. 

Jer. 48. 37 every head (shall be) bald, and every 
BALD forehead — 
Bald {in front of head), nnsa gabbaxhath. 

Lev. 13. 42 or bald forehead, a white reddish sore 
13. 42 leprosy sprung up in. .his bald forehead 
13. 43 or in his bald forehead, as the leprosy 

BALD head — 

l.Bald (in back of head), nip qereach. 

2 Ki. 2. 23 thou bald, head ; go up, thou bald head 
2. Bald spot, baldness, nrnp qarachath. 

Lev. 13. 42 And if there be in the bald head, or 
13. 42 a leprosy, sprung up in his bald head 
13. 43 (be) white reddish in his bald head 

BALD, made — 

To be made bald, rn;? qarach, 6. 

Eze. 29. 18 every head, .made bald. . every shoulder 

BALD, to make — 

To make bald, rnB qarach. 

Mic. 1. 16 Make thee bald, and poll thee for thy 

BALD, to make (one's) self — 

l.To become bald, uiq qarach, 2. 

Jer. 16. 6 nor make themselves bald for them 

2. To be made bald, rri? qarach, 6. 

Eze. 27. 31 they shall make themselves utterly bald 

BALDNESS — 

Baldness (in brick of head), nrnjj qorchah. 

Lev. 2i. 5 They shall not make baldness upon their 
Deut 14. 1 nor make any baldness between your 
Isa. 3. 24 and instead of well set hair baldness 
15. 2 on all their heads, .baldness 
22. 12 and to baldness, and to girding with 
Jer. 47. 5 Baldness is come upon Gaza ; Ashkelon 
Eze. 7. 18 and baldness upon all their heads 
Amos S. 10 I will bring up sackcloth . .baldness 
Mic. 1. 16 enlarge thy baldness as the eagle 

BALL — 

Ball, any thing round, iw dur. 

Isa. 22. iS violently turn and toss thee (like) a ball 
BALM — 
Balsam, a medicinal gum, ,- i^', **]? tsori, tseri. 

Gen. 37. 25 their camels bearing spicery and balm 
43. 11 carry, .the man a present, a little balm 

Jer. 8. 22 no balm in Gilead ; (is there) no physician 
46. 11 Go up into Gilead, and take balm, 
51. 8 howl for her ; take balm for her pain, if 

Eze. 27. 17 Pannag, and honey, and oil, and balm 
•ra'- tvtatt , nca high place. 

Used in Ezekiel as the name of the places in which 
Israel offered sacrifices to idols. 

Eze. 20. 29 the name thereof (is) called B. unto this 
BA'-MOTH, niD3 high places. 

A city on the N. side of the Anion, which had belonged 
to the Moabites, but was taken from them by Sihon. It 
is thought to be the Bamoth-baal of Josh. 13. 17. 

Num 21. 19 and from iNahaliel to B. 

21. 20 from B. (in) the valley, that (is) in the 

BA-MOTH BA'-AL, "?y2 rriD3 high places of Baal. 
A town of Moab taken by Sihon, but afterwards a city 
cf Reuben. It is probably the Bamoth of Num. 21. 19. 
Josh. 1 3. 17 Dibou, and B., and Beth-baal-meon 



BAND — 

l.Band, bond, fetter, -«dn esur. 

Judg 15. 14 and his bands loosed from off his hands 
Eccl. 7. 26 heart (is) snares, .her hands, .bands 
Dan. 4. 15 even with a band of iron and brass 
4. E3 even with a band of iron and brass 

2.A troop (of men), "Wia gedud. 

2 Sa. 4. 2 two men (that were) captains of bands 

1 Ki. xi. 24 became captain over a band, when David 

2 Ki. 6. 23 So the bands of Syria came no more into 

13. 20 And the bands of the Moabites invaded 
13. 21 that, behold, they spied a band 
24. 2 And the Lord sent against him bands of 
24. 2 and bands of the children of Amnion, and 
1 Ch. 7. 4 And with them, .bands of soldiers 
12. 18 and made them captains of the band 
12. 21 they helped David against the band 
Z.Cord, rope, "?5n chebel. 

Psa. 119. 61 The bands of the wicked have robbed me 
4. Thick bands, wreathen cords, roy. aboth. 

Job 39. 10 Canst thou bind the unicorn with his band 
Eze. 3. 25 But thou . .behold, they shall put bands 
4. 8 And, behold, I will lay bands upon thee 
Hos. 11. 4 I drew them with cords, .with bands of 

5. Head, detachment, bVt rosh. 

1 Ch. 12. 23 these, .the numbers of the bands 

Job 1. 17 The Chaldeans made out three bands, and 

Q.I/ip, edge, n$p saphah. 

Exod 39. 23 a band round about the hole 

7. A band, body of men at arms, o-ire?pa speira. 
Matt 27. 27 and gathered unto him the whole band 
Markis. 16 and they call together the whole band 
■John 18. 12 Then the band and the captain, .took J 
Acts 10. 1 centurion of the band called the Italian 

21. 31 came unto the chief captain of the band 
27. 1 Julius, a centurion of Augustus' band 

BAND of men — 

l.A troop (of men), Tn| gedud. 

2CI1. 22. x for the band of men. .had slain all the 
2. Strength, might, force, h\n chayil. 

1 Sa. 10. 26 there went with him a band of men 
3. Band, body of men at arms, o~ir<z7pa speira. 

John 18. 3 having received a band . . and officers 
BAND of soldiers — 
Strength, might, force, rn chayil. 

Ezra 8. 22 to require of the king a band of soldiers 

3AND together, to — 

To make a turning together, icoUm uvarpo^v. 
Acts 23. 12 certain of the Jews banded together 

BANDS, D^nh chobelim. 

Symbolic name given to one of two staves which sym- 
bolised the Lord's covenant with the seed of Jacob, and 
the brotherhood of Israel and Judah. 

Zech.11. 7 one I called Beauty, .the other I called B. 
11. 14 I cut asunder mine other staff.. B., that I 

BANDS — 

1. Wings, corps, C'SJjn agappim. 

Eze. 12. 14 I will scatter, .all his bands 

17. 21 all his fugitives with all his bands shall 
38. 6 Gomer, and all his bands ; the house of 
38. 6 house of Togarmah. .and all his bands 
38. 9 thou, and all thy bands, and many people 

38. 22 I will rain upon him, and upon his bands 

39. 4 thou, and all thy bands, and the people 

2. Bands, pains, niacin chartsuhboth. 

Psa. 73. 4 For. .no bands in their death : but their 
Isa. 58. 6 to loose the bands of wickedness, to undo 

'Z.Bar, naiD motah. 

Lev. 26. 13 I have broken the bands of your yoke 
Eze. 34. 27 I have broken the bands of their yoke 

4. Band, fetter, "idid moser. 

J°t> 39- 5 wno hath loosed the bands of the wild ase? 
Psa. 2. 3 Let us break their bands asunder, and 

107. 14 and break their bands in sunder 
Isa. 28. 22 lest your bands be made strong : for I 

52. 2 loose thyself from the bands of thy neck 
Jer. 2. 20 broken thy yoke . .burst thy bands 

^.Drawings together, TftJpiD moshechoth. 

Job 38. 31 Canst thou, .loose the bands of Orion? 
Q.Camp, niriD machaneh. 

Gem 32. 7 he divided the people, .into two bauds 
32. 10 and now I am become two bands 

7. Band, fetter, deafi6s desmos. 

Luke 8. 29 he brake the bands, and was driven of 
Acts 16. 26 and every one's bands were loosed 

22. 30 he loosed him from (his) [bands] 

8. Band for yoking together, ^vKrnpia zeukteria. 
Acts 27. 40 loosed the rudder bands, and noised up 

9. What binds together, avvdio-^os sundesmos. 

Col. 2. 19 the* body by joints and bands having 

10. To halve, divide, psp chat sals. 

Prov.30. 27 yet go they forth all of them by bands 

BA'-NI, *33 posterity. 

1. A Gadite, and one of David's thirty valiant men, B.c 

1048. 

2 Sa. 23. 36 B. the Gadite 



2. An Aaronite, a descendant of Marari, B.C. 1440. 

1 Ch. 6. 46 Amzi, the son of B., the son of Shamer 

3. A descendant of Pharez, son of Judah, B.C. 536. 

iCh. 9. 4 Imri, the son of B., of the children of P. 

4. Father of some of those who went up from Babylon 
with Zerubbabel, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2. 10 children of B., six hundred forty and two 

(In Neh. 7. 15, the name is given as Binnui.) 
Ezra 10. 29 of the sous of B., Meshullam, Malluch 

5. One whose descendants had taken strange wives dur- 
ing the exile, B.C. 445. 

Ezra 10. 34 Of the sons of B ; Maadai, Amram, and 

6. A descendant of No. 5, who had taken a strange 
wife, B.C. 445. 

Ezra 10. 38 And B., Binnui, Shimei. 

7. A Levite whose son repaired part of the wall of Jeru- 
salem, B.C. 445. 

"Neh. 3. 17 After him repaired, .the son of B. 

8. 7 Also Jeshua, and B., and Sherebiah 

9. 4 Then stood up upon the stairs. .B. 

9. 5 the Levites, Jeshua, and Kadmiel, B. 
S. A Levite who regulated the devotions of the people 
after Ezra had read the book of the law to them, B.C. 
445- 

Neh. 9. 4 of the Levites . Bunni, Sherebiah, B , and 
10. 13 [Andtheir brethren]. .Hodijah, B.,Beninu 

9. A chief man or family that, with Neheniiah, sealed 
the covenant, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 10. 14 The chief of the people. .Zatthu, B. 

10. A Levite whose son was overseer of the Levites at 
Jerusalem after the exile. [The same perhaps as No. 7 
or 8], B.C. 445. 

Neh. 11. 2? The overseer. .Tzzi the son of B. 

BANISHED — 

To oe driven or forced away, rrn nadach, 2. 

2 Sa. 14. 13 doth not fetch home again his banished 

14. 14 that his banished be not expelled from 

BANISHMENT — 

Rooting out, Wt7& sheroshu. 

Ezra 7. 26 whether, .unto death, or to banishment 

BANISHMENT, causes of — 

Causes of being driven away, D-rnii? madduchim. 
Lam. 2. 14 false burdens and causes of banishment 

BANK — 

I.Banks or cuttings out by water, n*ia gadah. 
Josh. 3. 15 Jordan overfloweth all his banks all the 

4. 18 and flowed over all his banks, as. .before 
1 Ch. 12. 15 when it had overflown all his banks 
Isa. 8. 7 channels, and go over all his banks 

2.Banks, cuttings, n;na gidyah. 

1 Ch. 12. 15 when it had overflown all his banks 
3. Any thing raised up on high, .1770 solelah. 

2 Sa. 20. 15 they cast up a bank against the city 
2 Ki. 19. 32 He shall not. .cast a bank against it 
Isa. 37. 33 He shall not. .cast a bank against it 

LLip, edge, na"p saphah. 

Gen. 41. 17 I stood upon the bank of the river 
Deut. 4. 48 by the bank of the river Arnon 
Josh. 1 2. 2 upon the bank of the river Arnon 

33. 9 upon the bank of the river Arnon 

13. 16 on the bank of the river Arnon 
2 Ki. 2. 13 and stood by the bank of Jordan 
Eze. 47. 7 at the bank of the river, .very many trees 

47. 12 by the river upon the bank thereof 
Dan. 12. 5 the one on this side of the bank 

12. 5 the other on that side of the bank 

5. Table (for dining or business), rpdire^a trapeza. 
Luke 19. 23 gavest not thou my money into the bank 

BANNER — 

I.Banner, standard, ?Y\ degel. 

Song 2. 4 and his banner over me (was) love 

2.Sign, ensign, 01 ?ies. 

Psa. 60. 4 Thou hast given a banner to them that 
Isa. 13. 2 Lift ye up a banner upon the high 

BANNERS, to set up — 

To set up a banner, hri dagal. 

Psa. 20. 5 we will set'up. .banners : the Lord 

P ANNERS, with — 

To have banners, hx* dagal, 2. 

Song 6. 4, 10 terrible as (an army) with banners 

BANQUET — 

l.A shouting (for joy or sorrow), Oil? marzeach. 

Amos 6. 7 the banquet of them that stretched 
2. A drinking, nnzfci mishteh. 

Esth. 5. 4 let the king.. come, .unto the banquet 

5. 5 So the king . . came to the banquet that E. 
5. 6 king said unto Esther at the banquet of 
5. 8 let the king . . come to the banquet that 
5. 12 come in with the king unto the banquet 

5. 14 then go thou in., unto the banquet 

6. 14 hasted to bring Ham an unto the banquet 

7. 2 on the second day at the banquet of wine 
7. 7 And the king arising from the banquet 

7. 8 into the place of the banquet of wine 
Dan. 5. 10 the queen . . came into the banquet house 



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BANQUET, to — 

To drink, n\$ shathah. 

Esth. 7 . 1 So the king. 



came to banquet with Esther 



BANQUET, to make a — 

To diy, pierce, prepare, .-nr karah. 

Job 41. 6 Shall thy companions makeabanquet of 

BANQUETING — 
Wine, {what is pressed out, juice), \\\yayin. 

Song 2. 4 He brought me to the banqueting house 
BANQUETINGS — 
A drinking, tt6tos potos. 

1 Pe. 4. 3 when we walked in. .bauquetiugs, and 

BAPTISM — 

1. Baptism (as a state), {$a.irTi<rfxa baptisma. 

Matt. 3. 7 he saw. .Sadducees come to his baptism 
20. 22 [to be baptized with the baptism tliat I] 
20. 23 [and be baptized with the baptism that I] 
2i, 25 The baptism of John, whence was it ? 
31ark 1. 4 and preach the baptism of repentance 
10. 38 and be baptized with the baptism that 

10. 39 with the baptism that I am baptized 

11. 30 The baptism of John, was (it) from 
Luke 3. 3 preaching the baptism of repentance 

7. 29 being baptized with the baptism of John 

12. 50 But I have a baptism to be baptized with 
20, 4 The baptism of John, was it from heaven 

Acts 1. 22 Beginning from the baptism of John, unto 

10. 37 after the baptism which John preached 

13. 24 John had first preached., the baptism of 
t3. 25 knowing only the baptism of John 

19. 3 And they said, Unto John's baptism 

19. 4 John verily baptized with the baptism of 
Rom. 6. 4 we are buried with him by baptism into 
Eph. 4. 5 One Lord, one faith, one baptism 

■Col. 2. 12 Buried with him iu [baptism,] wherein 
1 Pe. 3. 21 baptism doth also now save us, not the 

2. Baptism (as an, act), f3airTt<rfi6s bapttismos. 
Beb. &. 2 Of the doctrine of baptisms 

BAP'-TIST, PawTto-T-iis baptistes. 

Designation of the forerunner of Christ; see beloio. 

BAPTIST — 

l.One that baptizes, ^airriaT-qs baptistes. 

Matt. 3. 1 In those days came John the Baptist 

11. 11 a greater than John the Baptist 

11. 12 And from the days of John the Baptist 

14. 2 This is John the Baptist; he is risen 
14. 8 Give me here John Baptist's head 

16. 14 Some . .John the Baptist : some, Elias 

17. 13 he spake unto them of John the Baptist 
Mark 6. 24 she said, The head of John the [Baptist] 

6. 25 give me. .the head of John the Baptist 

8. 28 they answered, John the Baptist 
Luke 7. 20 John Baptist hath sent us unto thee 

7. 28 a greater prophet than John [the Baptist] 

7. 33 John the Baptist came neither eating 

9. 19 They answering said, John the Baptist 
%To baptize, fHaTTTifa baptizo. 

Mark 6. 14 That John the Baptist was risen from 

BAPTIZE, to — 

To consecrate (by pouring out on, or putting into), 
fia-irrifa baptizo. 

Matt. 3. 11 I indeed baptize, .he shall baptize you 

Mark 1. 4 John did baptize in the wilderness 

1. 8 I.. have baptized, .he shall baptize you 

Luke 3. 16 I indeed baptize you with water; but 

3. 16 he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost 

John 1. 25 Why baptizest thou then, if thou be not 
1. 26 John answered. .1 baptize with water 
1. ^ he that sent me to baptize with water 
1. 33 the same is he which baptizeth with the 
3. 22 there he tarried witli them, and baptized 

3. 26 behold, the same baptizeth, and all (men) 

4. 1 Jesus made and baptized more disciples 
4. 2 Though Jesus himself baptized not, but 

10, 40 went, .where John at first baptized 
Acts 1. 5 John truly baptized with water 

8. 38 they went down, .and he baptized him 

11. 16 John indeed baptized with water; but 

9. 4 John verily baptized with the baptism of 
1 Co. 1. 14 I thank God. .1 baptized none of you 

1. 15 Lest any should say that I had baptized 
1. 16 I baptized also, .household of Stephanas 
1. 16 I know not whether I baptized any other 
1. 17 Christ sent me not to baptize, but to 

BAPTIZED, to be — 

iptize, PatrTtfa baptizo. 
Matt. ^. 6 And were baptized of him in Jordan 
3. 13 Then cometh Jesus, .to be baptized of 
3. 14 I have need to be baptized of thee, and 
3. 16 Jesus, when he was baptized, went up 

20. 22 and to be baptized with the baptism 

20. 22 that I am baptized with ? They say unto 
20. 23 and bo baptized with the baptism 
20. 23 that I am baptized with 
Mark 1. g and were :ill baptized of him in the 
1. 9 and was baptized ol John in Jordan 

10. 38 and bo baptized with the baptism 

10. 38 that 1 am baptized with ? And they said 
10. 30 with tin- baptism that I am baptized 
, . . h Ithal shall ye be baptized ; but to Bit 
16. 16 [Ila that bclieveth and is baptized shall] 



Luke 3. 7 said he to the multitude, .to be baptized 
3. 12 Then came also publicans to be baptized 
3. 21 Now when all the people were baptized 
3. 21 Jesus also being baptized, and praying 
7. 29 being baptized with the baptism of John 

7. 30 rejected, .being not baptized of him 
12. 50 I have a baptism to be baptized with 

John 3. 23 they came, and were baptized 
Acts 1. 5 ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost 
2. 38 Repent, and be baptized every one of 
2. 41 they that gladly received . . were baptized 

8. 12 they were baptized, both men and women 
8. 13 when he was baptized, he continued with 
8. 16 they were baptized in the name of the 

8. 36 what doth hinder me to be baptized? 

9. 18 forthwith, and arose, and was baptized 
10. 47 that these should not be baptized 

10. 48 And lie commanded them to be baptized 

11. 16 ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost 
16. is when she was baptized, and her household 
16. 33 was baptized, he and all his, straightway 

18. 8 hearing believed, and were baptized 

19. 3 Unto what then were ye baptized ? 

19. s they were baptized iu the name of the 
22. 16 be baptized, and wash away thy sins 

Rom. 6. 3 so many of us as were baptized into 
6. 3 were baptized into his death? 

1 Cor. 1. 13 were ye baptized in the name of Paul? 
10. 2 were all baptized unto Moses in the 

12. 13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized 
15. 29 they do which are baptized for the dead 
15. 29 why are they then baptized for the dead? 

Gal. 3. 27 For as many of you as have been baptized 

BAPTIZING — 

To baptize, $airTi(w baptizo. 

Matt. 28. 19 baptizing them in the name of the 
John 1. 28 were done, .where John was baptizing 

1. 31 therefore am I come baptizing with water 

3. 23 John was also baptizing in iEnon near 

BAR — 

1. Separate part, "13 bad. 

Job 17. 16 They shall go down to the bars of the pit 

%Flying or piercing object, bar, r_H3 beriach, 
Exod26. 26 thou shalt make bars (of) shittim wood 
26. 27 five bars for the boards of the other side 
26. 27 five bars for the boards of the other side 
26. 28 the middle bar in the midst of the boards 
26. 29 make their rings, .places for the bars 

26. 29 thou shalt overlay the bars with gold 

35. 11 The tabernacle.. and his boards, his bars 

36. 31 he made bars of shittim wood ; five for 
36. 32 five bars for the boards of the other side 
36. 32 five bars for the boards of the tabernacle 
36. 33 the middle bar to shoot through the 

36. 34 made their rings, .places for the bars 
36. 34 and overlaid the bars with gold 

39. 33 they brought the tabernacle, .his bars 

40. 18 put in the bars thereof, and reared up 
Num. 3. 36 the bars thereof, and the pillars thereof 

4. 31 the bars thereof, and the pillars thereof 
Deut. 3. 5 cities, .fenced with high walls, .and bars 
Judgi6. 3 went away with them, bar and all 

1 Sa. 23. 7 entering . . a town . . hath gates and bars 

1 Ki. 4. 13 great cities with walls and brasen bars 

2 Ch. 8. 5 Beth-horon. . with walls, '-gates, and bars 

14. 7 Let us. .make about (them) walls, .bars 
Neh. 3. 3, 6, 13, 14, 15, and set up. .bars thereof 
Job 38. 10 brake up. .and set bars and doors 
Psa.107. 16 and cut the bars of iron in sunder 

147. 13 hath strengthened the bars of thy gates 
Prov 18. 19 contentions, .like the bars of a castle 
Isa. 45. 2 and cut in sunder the bars of iron 
Jer. 49. 31 which have neither gates nor bars 

51. 30 they have burned her. .her bars are 
Lam. 2. 9 he hath destroyed and broken her bars 
Eze. 38. 11 without walls, .having neither bars nor 
Amos 1. 5 I will break also the bar of Damascus 
Jon. 2. 6 the earth with her bars (was) about me 
Nah, 3 13 Behold, .the fire shall devour thy bars 

Z.Bar, pole, tti£ net. 

Num. 4. 10, 12 and shall put. .upon a bar 

4..] nything stretched out, VpD metil. 
Job 40. iS his bones, .like bars of iron 

BAR, to — 

To holdfast, inx achaz. 

Neh. 7. 3 let them shut the door3, and bar (them) 

EAR-AB'-BAS, &apa&&as father's S07i. 
A murderer preferred to Christ. 

Matt27. 16 had then a notable prisoner, called B. 

27. 17 B., or Jesus which is called Christ? 
27. 20 they should ask 1'.., and destroy Jesus 
27. 21 release unto you? They said, B. 

27. 26 Then released he B. unto them: and when 
Marki5- 7 there was (one) named B. . .bound with 

15. 11 that he should rather release B. unto 
15. 15 Pilate.. released B, unto them, and 

Luke23- iS Away with lids .. release unto us B. 
J0I11118. 40 Not this man, but B. Now B. wasarobber 

BA RACH'-EL, ^713 blessed of God. 

Father of Elihu, win. reasoned with Job after his three 

friends were silent, lie 1550. 

Job 32. 2 the wrath of Elihu the son of B, the 

32. 6 Elihu the sou of B. the Buzite answered 



BA-RACH'-IAH, rt;?-i3 blessed of Jah. 

Father of Zechariah the prophet, B.C. 520. 

Zech. 1. 1 Zechariah, the son of B., the son of Iddo 
1. 7 Zechariah, the son of B., the son of Iddo 

BAR-AOH-I'AS, ^apa\ias. 

The Greek form of Barachiah. 

Matt. 23. 35 the blood of Zacharias son of B., whom 

BA'-RAK, pT3 lightning, fiapaK. 

A Naphtalite who, with Deborah, defeated Sisera, the 

leader of the Canaanites, and obtained a great victory 

over him, B.C. 1296. 

Judg. 4. 6 she sent and called B. the son of Abin. 
4. 8 B. said unto her, If thou wilt go with me 
4. 9 Deborah arose, .went with B. to Kedesh 
4. 10 B. called Zebulun and Naphtali to 
'4. 12 they shewed Sisera that B. the son of A. 
4. 14 Deborah said unto B., Up ; for this (is) 
4. 14 So B. went down from mount Tabor, and 
4. 15 the Lokii discomfited Sisera. .before B. 

4. 16 B. pursued after the chariots, and after 
4 22 behold, as B. pursued Sisera, Jael came 

5. 1 Then sang Deborah and B. the son of Ab, 
5. 12 arise, B., and lead thy captivity captive 
5. 15 even Issachar, and also B. : he was sent 

Heb. 11. 32 time would fail me to tell of . .B. 

BARBARIAN — 

Foreigner, alien, papfiapos barbaros. 

Acts 28. 4 And when the barbarians saw the 
Rom. 1. 14 I am debtor both . .to the Barbarians 
1 Co. 14. 11 I shall be unto him. .a barbarian, and he 

14. 11 he that speaketh . .a barbarian unto me 
Col. 3. 11 there is neither Greek nor. .Barbarian 

BARBAROUS — 

Foreign, alien, @dp$apos barbaros. 

Acts 28. 2 the barbarous people shewed us no little 
BARBED irons — 
A pointed weapon, dart, rtpy snkkah. 

Job 41. 7 Canst, .fill his skin with barbed irons ? 
BARBER — 
A barber, 3^a galdb. 

Eze. 5. 1 son of man. .take thee a barber's razor 
BARE — 
l.Bare, uncovered, nn^ eryah. 

Eze. 16. 7 grown, whereas thou (wast)naked and 
16. 22 when thou wast naked and bare 
16. 39 and leave thee naked and bare 
23. 29 and shall leave thee naked and bare: and 
2.Free, ir\Bpara. 

Lev. 13. 45 his clothes shall be rent, .his head bare 
Z. Naked, yv/xvSs gumnos. 

1 Co. 15. 37 but bare grain, it may chance of wheat 
BARE, to make — 

l.To be used with violence, D£n chamas, 2. 

Jer. 13. 22 skirts discovered, .thy heels made bare 

2. To draw or strip off, r \VQ chasaph. 

Isa. 47. 2 uncover thy locks, make bare the leg 

52. 10 Lord hath made bare his holy arm 
Jer. 49. 10 But I have made Esau bare, 1 have 
Joel 1. 7 he hath made it clean bare, and cast (it) 

3. To be or become bare, Tiu arar. 

Isa. 32. 11 strip you, and make you bare, and gird 
BARE, within — 
Bald (behind), nrpfj qarachath. 

Lev. 13. 55 fret inward, .bare within or withou 
BAREFOOT — 
To be unshod, >"|n; yacheph. 

2 Sa. 15. 30 his head covered, and he went barefoot 
Isa. 20. 2 he did so, walking naked and barefoot 

20. 3 Isaiah hath walked naked and barefoot 
20. 4 lead. .theEthiopiaus. .naked and barefoot 

BAR-HTJ'-MITE, "ern? belonging to young men. 
Patronymic of one of David's worthies, B.C. 1058. 

2 Sa. 23. 31 [one of the thirty]. . Azmavcth the B. 
In 1 Ch. 11. 33 the epithet is \Bdharumit e, the correct 
reading; denoting a person "of Bahuriin, a town of 
Benjamin. 

BA-RI'-AH, nns fugitive. 

Grandson of Shechaniah, of the family of David, B.C. 460. 
1 Ch. 3. 22 the sons of Shechaniah ; Shemaiah. ,B. 

BAR JE'-STJS, $ap'inaods son of Joshua. 

Otherwise called Etj/mas, a false prophet who opposed 

Barnabas and Paul at Paphos, 

Acts 13. 6 they found, .a Jew, whose name (was) B. 
BAR JO-NA, j8ap *lupa son of Johanan. 
A surname of Simon Peter. 

Matt 16. 17 Blessed art thou, Simon B.-j. : for flesh 
BARK, to — 
To hark, lift up the voice, no: nabach. 

Isa. 56. 10 all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; Bleeping 
BARKEB — 
Any thing cut or .stripped off, fl^yj? qctsaphah. 

Joel 1. 7 He hath laid. .waste, and barked my 
BAR'-KOS, Dip-13 party-coloured, 
A Xctbinim, wiu.se defendants returned from exile 
with Zerubbabel, B.C. 536. 

Ezra 2 53 children of B., the children of Sisera, 

Neh. 7. 55 children of B., the children ol Sisera 



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BARLEY — 

I. Barley {long hair), JTr&& seorah. 

Exod a. 31 And the flax and the barley was smitten 

9. 31 for the barley (was) in the ear, and the 
Lev. 27. 16 an homer of barley seed . .at fifty shekels 
Num. 5. 15 the tenth, .of an ephah of barley meal 
Deut. 8. 8 A land of wheat, and barley, and vines 
Judg. 7. 13 a cake of barley bread tumbled into the 
Ruth 1. 22 to Beth-lehem in the. .barley harvest 
2. 17 it was about an ephah of barley 

2. 23 to glean unto the end of barley harvest 

3. 2 Behold, he winuoweth barley to night 
3. 15 he measured six. .of barley, and laid (it) 

3. 17 these six.. of barley gave he me; for he 
aSa. 14. 30 Joab's field, .hath barley there 

17. 28 Brought beds, .and wheat, and barley 
2i. 9 in the beginning of barley harvest 

1 Ki. 4. 28 Barley also and straw for the horses 

2 Ki. 4. 42 twenty loaves of barley, and full ears of 

7. 1 two measures of barley for a shekel 
7. 16 two measures of barley for a shekel 
7. 18 Two measures of barley for a shekel, and 
j Ch. 11. 13 was a parcel of ground full of barley 
2 Ch. 2. 10 twenty thousand measures of barley 

2. 15 Now therefore the wheat, and the barley 
27- 5 gave him. .ten thousand of barley 
Job 31. 40 cockle instead of barley. The words of 
Isa. 28. 25 and the appointed barley and the rye 
Jer. 41. S we have treasures in the field, .of barley 
Eze. 4. 9 Take, .also unto thee wheat, and barley 

4. 12 And thou shalt eat it (as) barley cakes 
13. 19 And will ye. .for handfuls of barley 
45. 13 the sixth part of an ephah. .of barley 

Hos. 3. 2 homer of barley, and an half homer of b. 

Joel 1. 11 for the wheat and for the barley 
2.Barley {pointed, piercing), KpiBr) krithe. 

Rev. 6. 6 three measures of barley for a penny 
Z.Made of barley, tcpiQivos krithinos. 

John 6. 9 a lad here, which hath five barley loaves 
6. 13 the fragments of the five barley loaves 
BARN — 
l.An open threshing floor, |na goren. 

Job 39. 12 thy seed, and gather (it into) thy barn 
%A place for collecting anything, rriup megurah. 

Hag. 2. 19 Is the seed yet in the barn? yea, as yet 
3.^4 place for putting aicay, anodT\K-q apotheke. 

Matt. 6.' 26 neither, .reap, nor gather into barns 
13. 30 but gather the v> heat into my barn 

Luke 12. 18 This will I do: I will pull down my barns 
12. 24 which neither have store house nor barn 

BARN FLOOR — 

An open threshing floor, pa goren. 

2 Ki. 6. 27 shall I help thee ? out of the barnfloor 
BARNS — 
1. Places for heaping things together, D*pp£. 

Prov. 3. 10 So shall thy barns be filled with' plenty 
2. Places for collecting anything, rnTJJjH?. 

Joel 1. 17 the barns are broken down ; for the corn 

BAR NA'-BAS, fiapva&as son of consolation. 

A Levite, Paul's companion in several of his journeys ; 

otherwise called Joses. 

Acts 4. 36 Joses, who by the apostles, .surnamed B. 
9. 27 B. took him, and brought (him) to the 
11. 22 they sent forth B., that he should go as 
11. 25 Then departed B. to Tarsus, for to seek 

11. 30 sent it to the elders by the hands of B. 

12. 25 B. and Saul returned from Jerusalem 

13. 1 certain prophets and teachers ; as B., and 
13. 2 Separate me B. and Saul for the work 
13. 7 who called for B. and Saul, and desired 
73. 43 many of the Jews, .followed Paul and B. 
13. 46 Then Paul and B. waxed bold, and said 

13. 50 the Jews, .raised persecution against. .B 

14. 12 they called B., Jupiter; and Paul, Mer. 
14. 14 when the apostles, B. and Paul, heard 

14. 20 the next day he departed with B. to Derbe 

15. 2 when therefore Paul and B. had no small 
15. 2 they determined that Paul and B. 

15. i2 all the multitude, .gave audience to E. 

15. 22 to send chosen men. .with Paul and B. 

15. 25 to send chosen men . . with our beloved B 

15. 35 Paul also and B. continued in Autioch. 

15. 36 And some days after Paul said unto B. 

15. 37 AndB. determined to take with them John 

15. 39 so B. took Mark, and sailed unto Cyprus 
1 Co. 9. 6 Or I only and B., have not we power to 
Gal. 2. 1 I went up again to Jerusalem with B. 
2. 9 they gave to me and B. the right hands 
2. 13 insomuch that B. also was carried away 
Col. 4. 10 Marcus, sister's son to B., touching whom 

BARREL — ■ 

An earthen jar, 13 lead. 

1 Ki. 17. 12 but an handful of meal in a barrel, and 
17. 14 The barrel of meal shall not waste 

17. 16 the barrel of meal wasted not, neither 

18. 33 and said, Fill four ban-els with water 

BARREN — 

1. Restraining, restrained, "ii'y otser. 

Prov. 30. 16 The grave ; and the barren womb 
%Rooted, sterile, ")p" aqar. 

Gen. 11. 30 But Sarai was barren ; she (had) no child 
25. 21 Isaac intreated. .because she (was) barren 
29. 31 opened her womb : but Rachel (was) bar. 



Exod 23. 26 There shall nothing cast, .nor be barren 

Deut. 7. 14 there shall not be male or female barren 

Judg 13. 2 and his wife (was) barren, and bare uot 

13. 3 Behold now, thou (art) barren, and 

1 Sa. 2. 5 so that the barren hath born seven 
Job 24. 21 He evil eutreateth the barren (that) 
Isa. 54. 1 Sing, barren, thou (that) didst not bear 

Z.Dry, drought, -ts tsiyyah. 

Joel 2. 20 and will drive him into a land barren 

^.Bereaved, !»3g' shakkul. 

Song 4. 2 and none (is) barren among them 

6. 6 and (there is) not one barren among them 

o.To bereave, 73$ shakol, 3. 

2 Ki. 2. 19 water (is) naught, and the grouud barren 

2. 21 shall not be . . any more death or barren 

Q.Xot working, apy6s. 

2Pe. 1. 8 they, .neither.. barren nor unfruitful 
7. Barren, without seed, aTtipos. 

Luke 1. 7 no child, because. .Elizabeth was barren 
1. 36 month with her, who was called barren 
23. 29 Blessed (are) the barren and the wombs 

Gal. 4. 27 Rejoice, (thou) barren that bearest not 
BARREN land — 
Salt place, nbn? mechelah. 

Job 39. 6 'and the barren land his dwellings 
BARREN woman — 
Rooted, sterile, npj; aqar. 

Psa. 113. 9 He maketh the barren woman to keep 
BARRENNESS — 
Salt place, nnSp melechah. 

Psa. 107. 34 A fruitful land into barrenness, for the 
BAR-SA'-BAS, papcra&as son of Saba. 

1. One nominated with Matthias to succeed Judas. 

Acts 1. 23 they appuiuted two, Joseph called B. 

2. A disciple sent w*"i Silas to Autioch wi*h letters from 
the apostles. 

Acts 15. 22 Judas surnamed B., and Silas, chief men 
BAR-THO-LO'-MEW, $ap6o\o/Moios son of Tohno.i. 
One of the apostles of Christ. 

Matt 10. 3 [apostles are these]. .Philip and B. 

Mark 3. iS Andrew, and Philip, and B.,and Matthew 

Luke 6. 14 brother, James and John, Philip and B. 

Acts 1. 13 whereabodeboth..Philip,andThomas,B. 

BAR-TI-BLffi'-TJS, (Sapriixaios son of Timmis. 
A beggar in Jericho who received sight. 

Markio. 46 blind B., the son of Tinireus, sat by the 
BA'-RTJCH, V~\} blessed. 

1. Son of Zabbai who helped to build the wall, B.C. 445. 

Neh. 3. 20 After him B. the son of Zabbai earnestly 
10. 6 [those that sealed (were)]. .Ginnethon, B. 

2. A descendant of Phares, a returned exile, B.C. 445. 

Neh.11. 5 Maaseiah the son of B., the son of 

3. The amanuensis of Jeremiah in prison, B.C. 590. 

Jer. 32. 12 the evidence of the purchase unto B. 
32. 13 And I charged B. before them, saying 
32. 16 I had delivered the evidence, .unto B. 
36. 4 Then Jeremiah called B. the son of Ner. 
36. 4 and B. wrote from the mouth of Jeremiah 
36. 5 Jeremiah commanded B., saying, I (am) 
36. 8 B. the son of Neriah did according to all 
36. 10 Then read B. in the book the words of J. 
36. 13 when B. read the book in the ears of the 
36. 14 Therefore all the princes sent, .unto B. 
36. 14 So B. the son of Neriah took the roll 
36. 15 So B. read (it) in their ears 
36. 16 they were afraid, .and said unto B., We 
36. 17 they asked B., saying. Tell us now, How 
36. 18 B. answered them, He pronounced all 
36. 19 Then said the princes unto B., Go, hide 
36. 26 king commanded Jerahnieel. .to take B. 
36. 27 the words which B. wrote at the mouth 
36. 32 gave it to B. the scribe, the son of Neriah 
43. 3 B. the son of Neriah setteth thee on 
43. 6 Jeremiah the prophet, and B. the son of 
45. 1 The word that Jeremiah . .spake unto B. 
45. 2 Thus saith the LORD, .unto thee, B. 

BAR-ZLL'-LAI, *?V}3 strong, iron. 

1. A Gileadite friend of David in his flight from 
Absalom, B.C. 1103-1023. 

2 Sa. 17. 27 it came to pass, .that Shobi. .and B. the 
19. 31 B. the Gileadite came down from 
19. 32 B. was a very aged man, (even) fourscore 
19. 33 the king said unto B., Come thou over 
19. 34 B. said unto the king, How long have I 
29. 39 the king kissed B., and blessed him ; and 

1 Ki. 2. 7 shew kindness unto the sons of B. the 
Ezra 2. 61 childreu of the priests, .children of B. 
Neh. 7. 63 of the priests, .children of B. 

2. Father of Adriel, husband of Merab Saul's eldest 
daughter, B.C. 1060. 

2 Sa. 21. 8 she brought up for Adriel the son of B. 

3. A priest whose genealogy was lost, the father of 
some exiles who returned with Ezra, B.C. 600. 

Ezra 2. 61 which took a wife of the daughter of B. 
Neh. 7. 63 which took (one) of the daughters of B. 

BASE — 

1. Stand, pedestal, }3 ken. 

1 Ki. 7. 29 upon the ledges, .a base above : and 

7. 31 the work of the base, a cubit and a half 



2. Base, place for setting on, rmst? mekonah. 

1 Ki. 7. 27 bases.. four cubits, .length of one base 

7. 28 the work of the bases (was) on this 

7. 30 every base had four brasen wheels, and 

7. 32 the axletrees of the whee